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Special Events Product Gallery for Dec. 23, 2009

Special Events Product Gallery for Dec. 23, 2009

Disklyte Unit Lights Cocktail, Highboy Tables
The new Disklyte—an LED unit that offers a choice of 16 colors—is designed be used to light cocktail and highboy tables. Available for purchase or rent, the unit can also continually wash through all colors. The unit is also suitable for centerpiece lighting. Learn more by visiting Fancy Faces at Booth 901 at The Special Event, Jan. 13-15 in New Orleans.
For more information, check the box for Reader Service Card No. 101 at www.freeproductinfo.net/se.

Modular Floor Available from Ikadan
The Ikafloor from Ikadan System is a modular flooring system suited for party and event tents, the manufacturer says. The system consists of 20-by-20-inch sturdy plastic tiles, which can be joined quickly and easily to form an attractive floor that is durable and easy to clean between uses, according to the manufacturer. The system also includes optional chamfered edging for the perimeter or in doorways. Visit Booth 914 at The Special Event to learn more.
For more information, check the box for Reader Service Card No. 102 at www.freeproductinfo.net/se.

High-end Portable Restroom New from Piccadilly
Piccadilly Concepts will introduce the new Piccadilly Poly at The Special Event--a high-end portable restroom with an optional integrated signage/advertising system. The unit is designed not only to be more attractive than convention portable toilets, but to offset event expenses by offering a sponsor promotion option. If sponsorship is not an issue, the signage option can be used to display decorative posters. Visit Booth 1415 to learn more.
For more information, check the box for Reader Service Card No. 103 at www.freeproductinfo.net/se.

Note: Act fast--information on these products is available online only through Dec. 29.

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