Hargrove Launches Collection of Pinterest boards Featuring Exhibit Trends and Inspiration
Boards to Play an Integral Role during Complimentary Consultation Sessions at Exhibitor 2013
March 14, 2013 – Hargrove, one of the largest trade show, event and exhibit companies in the U.S., has launched a series of Pinterest boards as the company gears up for its first visit to the Exhibitor Show since 2006.
Hargrove recently expanded its in-house fabrication capabilities, graphics infrastructure and events expertise and will debut their new exhibits team at Exhibitor 2013. At the show, Hargrove will showcase their unique approach to exhibit design through curated Pinterest boards that track current design trends, providing design inspiration for custom and rental exhibit programs. A variety of Hargrove team members are populating the boards, including designers and stylists, as well as marketing and sales staff. The boards, which include exhibit and special event pins, in addition to interior design and architecture pins, can be found at http://pinterest.com/hargrovetrends.
“The worlds of fashion, art, retail, architecture and interior design are interconnected and can serve as inspiration for exhibit and event design,” said David Solsbery, executive director of design at Hargrove. “Our launch of these Pinterest Boards is a powerful way to not only stay in touch with the world around us, but also ensure each project we touch is fresh and relevant.”
Hargrove will have the Pinterest boards displayed on interactive built-in screens at their Exhibitor booth number 1757, allowing the boards to be used during Hargrove’s Image Obsession personal consultative sessions. During these sessions, Hargrove’s design team, joined by the award-winning technologists from AVI-SPL will create an exhibit mood board to inspire a future exhibit program. Attendees may reserve their space for a consultation session by contacting Patricia Coleman at 301.306.4649 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
One of the largest trade show, event and exhibit companies in the U.S. and a woman-owned company, Hargrove produces some of the most complex projects on the world stage, while consistently providing a personalized approach. Over the past six years, Hargrove has experienced tremendous growth as a company and has expanded its in-house fabrication capabilities, graphics infrastructure and events expertise, bringing on individuals from the technology, museum and exhibit industries. To learn more about Hargrove visit