Do you have a professional speaker, entertainer, and TEDx speaker in your corner pitching your product?
Present your message like no other presentations on earth.
The booth staff is processing leads and in the background, your ears detect a balanced sales pitch between a professional product representative and a good-humored entertainer. Gathered are perspective clients fixated on the hands of the visual artist Dale Obrochta. Twirling and twisting, a red air filled tube transforms into customized art and you hear four major selling points being addressed. Your prospects will learn about your global distribution, worldwide organization or why you’re the “best in the world” in your industry.
Dale’s presentations are unique, memorable, and focused on your company’s key points. Dale helps prospects connect with your sales and marketing team, making it easier for your team to produce leads.
Requires only 3.5 foot to 4 foot of booth space. The presentation is front/center of the booth for highest traffic and maximum impact.
Dale’s stage presence makes for a great formal presentation. Requires a stage or platform with seating to draw larger crowds to a booth.
Presentations may run 2 to 3 times an hour.
Additional Attraction with a Twist
The unique giveaway attracts perspective clients and vendors from across the exhibit floor. Business cards are being exchanged, badges swiped, and competing vendors willingly send traffic to your booth in exchange for their own customized artwork.
The Power of the Twist
Leaving your booth is an army of fans who proudly strut around the exhibit hall showing off custom art and talking about your company. Attention, Message, and Leads are easy to obtain when you have the right craftsman working on your behalf.
- Generate Leads Effortlessly
- Draw Crowds
- Relaxing Sales Pitch
- Fun-filled Atmosphere
- Professional Presenter
- Generate a Buzz on the Floor
- Personalized Giveaway
- Memorable Experience
- Works in Any size Booth – Island, In-Line, Corner or End Cap
Listen as Dale talks with TradeshowGuy Tim Patterson on how to get your message out to the attendees at a trade show.