At a trade show, you’ll often find all the vendors have one thing in common besides the trade – sore feet! Convocation center floors are notoriously not fun to stand on for extended periods of time, and discomfort is liable to bleed into your ability to be your usual, cheerfully presentable self. How, then, do you keep a smile on your face all trade show long? Sitting down when you are able can help a lot. But also EVA mats. Mostly EVA mats. Yep, honest though we may be, we aren’t exactly WeSellChairs.com over here.
So, obviously you can’t sit through the entire trade show. Sitting through interactions with prospective clients while massaging your feet through your sweaty socks isn’t likely to give a good impression. While that might seem like the most comfortable option, EVA is even better. It comes in a bunch of different colors, so you can pick one that matches the décor of your fliers, brochures, cards, or banners, and it can be installed tool- and adhesive-free in around ten minutes in an average trade show booth-sized area. Honestly, when you think about it, you’ll probably exert yourself less setting up and packing up a few mats than you would if you were frowning the whole trade show because your feet hurt.
A trade show booth is a pretty high-traffic area compared with some of the other applications of EVA mats, but even so, the mats will last for a long time and stay looking good. If one of the tiles gets damaged, the really convenient thing about EVA is that you can replace it for a fraction of what you would have paid for that new pair of shoes with the cushy soles you were going to buy in preparation. So, trade show booths pretty much always need mats, end of discussion. Unless you had questions, in which case, you can contact us.