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I am looking for transfer displays but so far all I have found is from pro world .
a 2 teir display holds 120 transfers and is $500 bucks...seems like alot of money. They also sell a binder that holds over 200 that costs $200.How do you display your transfers? any suggestions or comments appreciated!Anyone know of other companys selling displays?

http://www.proworldinc.com/display_materials.aspx
 

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I am looking for transfer displays but so far all I have found is from pro world .
a 2 teir display holds 120 transfers and is $500 bucks...seems like alot of money. They also sell a binder that holds over 200 that costs $200.How do you display your transfers? any suggestions or comments appreciated!Anyone know of other companys selling displays?

http://www.proworldinc.com/display_materials.aspx
Actually thats not expensive considering what you get, takes up minimal retail selling area ($/sqf.) and looks professional. Its been proven it works too.
 

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I am working on a setup for doing shows. I am tack glueing pellons with prints on lament boards 4x8 sheets with a thin sheet of plexiglass 4x8 over the lament board. The setup will be mounted on a collapsable A frame each bard should hold about 36 full size prints. I am going to run about six boards.
No more folding shirts all day long...YEAH! I hope it all works out. I will have the prints numbered so they will beable to order easily. I thought up this idea because i felt like the counter display wouldn't work for me (only 1 or two people could view it at a time). With this setup up there can be many people viewing at a time and hopefully start a buying FRENZY! Plus it will add alot of space to sell other things as well. Setup and Tear down a cinch. Just a thought.
 
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