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New 3D Technology from Holo-Walls, Jomar's 'Blush' Table Linen, Extreme Beam Act

New products for special events include new 3D technology from Holo-Walls, Jomar's 'Blush' table linen, and the Extreme Beam laser act

Holo-Walls Debuts 3D Print Technology for Events
Holo-Walls has developed a new 3D technology that enables event producers to add 3D effects to dance floors, event invitations, event decor, signage, promotional items and backdrops. Event guests wear special glasses to view images that appear to pop off the surface; guests who don't wear the glasses see the same images but in 2D. For more information, check the box for Reader Service Card No. 101 at

Blush table linen from Jomar

'Blush' Table Linen New from Jomar
"Blush" is the newest color in Jomar Table Linen's Cambria line of seamless, reversible Jacquard fabrics. The fabric is 120-inches wide, with Nova on one side and Satin on the other. Blush is available for rental or purchase in tablecloths, napkins and table runners. For more information, check the box for Reader Service Card No. 102 at

Extreme Beam act

Extreme Beam Act Offered by T. Skorman
T. Skorman offers the Extreme Beam act, featuring multiple laser beams. Since its debut at The Special Event 2014 in Nashville, Tenn., Extreme Beam's performances have included the season finale of the "X Factor," Jennifer Lopez's summer concert in the Bronx and, most recently, four performers working simultaneously at the 66th Creative Arts and Primetime Emmy Awards Governors Ball, produced by Sequoia Productions. Photo by Nadine Froger. For more information, check the box for Reader Service Card No. 103 at

Note: Act fast--information on these products is available online only through Oct. 21.

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