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One of our new Safe Design Collection. This 20×40 Peloton design puts your investment where it gives the most impact. A huge 16 feet tall backwall with impressive 77 tile embedded LED video wall dominates this design. A small stage front and center provides a little elevation to address attendees or serve as a focal point for a awesome car or other product. We held the 8’ reception counter back from the aisle which also helps make this design more open and inviting.

The counter size and location works well for Peloton because of the location of the 4 Peloton exercise bikes. The idea is that create a live mock Peloton class every hour for 5 ten minutes 5 geared up models would take to the bikes, and the LED video wall would start the session of this mock class session.

As you can see the space in front of the wall could be used for meeting spaces, or other products – even products on platforms, lots of possible uses. Hopefully you can visualize how this design can work for many companies wanting a bigger presence on the show floor.

For this design we went with a low cost interlocking EVA flooring tile. We choose this flooring for the super black wood pattern. For a low cost floor it looks amazing on the show floor and we’re surprised more high end booth haven’t discovered yet how this floor can compliment many booth designs. It works best in this black wood color, so that may be why this flooring is more common in smaller portable booth designs. For Peloton, its also fairly close in look and texture to flooring you would find in any athletic club.

For this design we embedded a video wall on only the inside wall, however, it would be easy to add another large or small to the outer wall. For many exhibitors it would depend on how the traffic they feel the back of the booth would receive.


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