Dec. 12, 2012
-- Houston, TX -- Skyline Displays of Houston, a company that can design and build a trade show stand in Houston (http://www.skylinehouston.com/
Contact-Us/), recently completed a custom project for Mazda.
The display, a custom car platform to showcase the new 2013 Mazda CX-5, was designed and installed in BBVA Compass Stadium, the new stadium for the Houston Dynamo. The platform is in the stadium concourse and overlooks the field, giving stadium visitors a good look at the vehicle from nearly any angle. The project called for a quick turn around and it was completed in less than three weeks. The display was finished and installed just one day before the stadium officially opened to visitors.
"The display platform that Skyline produced was exactly what we needed in order to showcase our vehicle. We are very satisfied with the overall construction and design as it is both aesthetically pleasing and functional. The feedback on our vehicle display has been very positive," said Steve Pridgen, Marketing Manager, Gulf Region of Mazda North American Operations.
Skyline Displays of Houston can design more than just large scale trade show exhibits in Houston (http://www.skylinehouston.com/
). The company works individually with every client to determine just what each one needs. From smaller exhibits such as Houston banner stands (http://www.skylinehouston.com/portable-displays
) and pop up displays to large scale exhibits like the one designed for Mazda, each display is as unique as the company it represents.
The company is a part of the larger global Skyline network, which means customers can receive local support nearly anywhere in the world. Skyline Displays has an extensive network of more than 1500 employees in almost 100 different design centers. However, the company's expertise isn't limited to clients within the United States. Skyline has offices in 38 countries, including China, Canada and Mexico.
"We want each of our customers to feel like they're our only one. Although we were working with a serious time crunch with the Mazda display, we threw ourselves into the project whole-heartedly. We were honored that Mazda asked us to create a display for the new BBVA Compass Stadium and we're even more pleased with how the finished project turned out. If you're in the Houston stadium, stop by and take a look at the new Mazda CX-5," said Craig Koopersmith of Skyline Displays of Houston (http://www.skylinehouston.com
).About Skyline Displays of Houston:
Skyline Displays of Houston (http://www.skylinehouston.com/)
is part of the global Skyline network of more than 1,500 team members ready to provide exhibitors with expert worldwide service and support in nearly 100 North American design centers and representatives in 38 countries. Trade show exhibit rental, graphics, and service support is available from Skyline Regional Service Centers in major venues, such as Las Vegas, Orlando, Toronto, China and Mexico.