Marin's Southern Africa is excited to announce they are now the exclusive distributor of Stick'n Glide - the display that's taking the market by storm! Be sure to visit the Marin's Southern Africa stand at the Madex exhibition for the grand reveal and the chance to see this revolutionary patent-pending display product for yourself!
With Madex taking place from 6-7 June, at the Sandton Convention Centre, Marin’s Southern Africa thought it the ideal time and place to debut the Stick’n Glide display in all its glory. With features that ensure the display will stick to any level surface, without glue, not fall over or blow away, it is also super easy to move and install, colourful and sturdy, as well as wind, tear and water resistant.
With endless uses and possibilities, these displays are customisable and offer a simple fold-and-stand setup, ensuring easily obtainable impactful marketing for any brand, anywhere. Three different sizes (A6, A5, A4) are available to be used as table stands, menus and counter displays in every industry including hospitality, retail, pharmaceutical, cosmetics, electronics and more, while customisable shapes allow for a writing area, holder for drinks, coasters or flyers and further that can be explored upon request.
Marin’s Southern Africa demonstrates the effectiveness and ease of use of Stick’n Glide in the video below:
For more information, visit the Marin’s Southern Africa stand at Madex, or contact Marin’s Southern Africa on 0861 MARINS (627467) / 011 463 6082, visit www.marins.net or email az.oc.as-sniram@kered.
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