Faux Burlap Debuts from A1
Ideally suited for the trend for natural fibers and the "rustic chic" look, the new "Faux Burlap" linen from A1 Tablecloth Co. has the same rustic look as real burlap but is also washable and long-lasting. The line is available for both rental and purchase; the company offers next-day service and worldwide shipping. Also new from the company is the "Metallic Scroll" line, which features a shiny silver scroll pattern on a background of pink, turquoise, orange or lime.
For more information, check the box for Reader Service Card No. 101 at www.freeproductinfo.net/se.
Modular Drapery New from Atomic
New from Atomic Rental is "Buule" (rhymes with "jewel"), a line of ruched drapery panels that can be seamlessly attached to one another in 5-foot increments to create a variety of looks, from one dramatic column to an elegant, full-stage, "Austrian" look. The panels are easy to ship, the company says; enough panels to make a 30-foot-high by 50-foot-wide cloth can be shipped in a 24-inch cube. The Buule panels rent for $350 per section for a one-week rental.
For more information, check the box for Reader Service Card No. 102 at www.freeproductinfo.net/se.
New Wine Bottles with QR Code Labels
Message on a Label offers private-label wines with QR (quick response) code labels, which guests can scan with their smartphones to download customized information about an event. The labels can share a wide variety of data, including a link to a coupon or discount offer, details about a company, product or service, a link to social media, or a link to a "donate now" or "text to donate" page. The company also allows guests to rate the wines and share their ratings with friends, which allows the host to collect the rater's email address, full name and Zip code.
For more information, check the box for Reader Service Card No. 103 at www.freeproductinfo.net/se.
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