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EXHIBITION EVENTS

Exhibit booths are a great way to increase exposure and drive interest to your brand. Here at Reaction AV we know exactly how to construct your specific booth so that it stands out among the crowd. Our expert production team will help you achieve whatever vision you may have using our wide range of staging and rental equipment. Nothing is too large or too complex for us to handle. In addition, our knowledgeable technicians will be present at all of your events to ensure booth consistency between shows and provide any support you need. Every year, we work with hundreds of exhibitors at shows like PAX, Twitch Con, Comic Con, Star Trek and more providing with not only equipment rentals, but captivating production design. 

CLIENT/EVENT EXAMPLES

EVENT TYPES/ SPECIAL FEATURES

Booth Design

Hanging Monitors

Performances

Booth Staging

Special Events

Booth Tanks

Gaming Arenas

Lighting & Decor

Rentals

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