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Company develops new tabletop display

July 7, 2017
| By Pat Evans |
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Podia tabletop display
The Podia is a curved, "durable" and single-piece polycarbonate tabletop display. Photo via fb.com

A maker of display products has rolled out a “virtually unbreakable” tabletop display with a number of sales and customer-oriented uses.

Kalamazoo-based Consort Display Group said last month it developed the two-sided Podia tabletop display, which can be used in a variety of environments: restaurants, bars, retail, hotel rooms, lobbies, trade shows and more.

The display allows establishments to change out the capsule's messaging with standard paper.

The display can be purchased with a standard tabletop base, a weighted tabletop base, a magnetic base and a slatwall base.

Consort Display Group was founded in 1983 by architect Roger Lepley, the company’s president.

The company started as Kalamazoo Banner Works, but as time passed, its product line grew.

Along with PodiaConsort Display Group also produces banners, event and trade show exhibits, retail displays and furniture.

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