20′ x 20′ Cross Isle Inline
Warne Manufacturing Company goes back to 1947 in Adelaide, South Australia. It’s goal was to manufacture rifle barrels. Australian soldiers who had returned from World War II wanted to convert their Lee Enfield military rifles to sporters. From experience gained during the war, Jack Warne designed and built the machines and tools required to make these barrels. Sporting Arms Limited boomed and its product line over time became a full line of sporting rifles and shotguns.
They came to Exhibits Northwest with an unusual challenge their reservation was two 10′ x 10′ inline spaces rather than a typical island. Warne wanted a way to keep exhibit attendees from using their space as a “pass through” so we needed to block the middle space but find a way to keep it open at the same time. Knowing they had their gun scope mounts to display along with the weapons themselves, we decided to create two free standing kiosks on each end of the booth that would accommodate the mounts, weapons, and a 42″ monitor for demo loops. This worked well for blocking unwanted traffic and providing effective demo stations for their product.
Two 10′ x 20′ inline sidewalls were used for large graphic messaging. Additional product shelves for the weapons, as well as another monitor and storage counter were also added. Both the imaging and functionality of these areas worked well. By thinking outside of the box, we accomplished everything they wanted