Island Exhibit Displays – Peninsula Display Booths
Island exhibit displays and peninsula displays are very similar in several ways. For example since the peninsula display is always at the end of an aisle and open on three sides they are allowed to have a hanging sign just as the island display is also allowed to have a hanging sign. The exterior of the back wall of a peninsula display must be blank so that logos and graphics are not visible in the neighboring exhibit space. The height of exterior walls of a peninsula display booth are higher than an in-line booth space. The island exhibit space will allow for even higher walls than the peninsula walls. These of course are general rules and you should always check with the show management to be certain about what you will be allowed to do with your space. There are many factors to consider when you decide to have something new and unique built to represent your company. Even lighting can become an issue with an ever increasing number of venues and trade show management companies banning incandescent and halogen bulbs. LED lighting is a safer and lower power consumption option which is allowed in places such as Las Vegas.