Artificial Grass for Events
Artificial grass is ideal for use at events, exhibitions and trade shows. It’s durable and hard wearing if you’re looking to cover an entire hall. It’s soft and vibrant to create a great impression at your trade stand.
Soft – soft carpeted floors create a great impression, stands are much more inviting and it shows you’ve really pulled out all the stops.
Vibrant – it draws attention to your stand or display, especially if you go for a bright colour. Visitors to the event will be immediately drawn to you, and they’ll easy find their way back to your stand with more questions.
Durable – the flooring is an investment as it can be used time and time again at every trade event you arrange or participate in. You can even wash it.
Versatile – artificial grass need not be used a floor covering; you can use it to create all kinds of displays to show off your products. It’s great for demonstrating outdoor products in particular, such as toys, spas or garden furniture. It also complements lifestyle products where you want to create a relaxing/calm atmosphere.
We’ve got colours to match every theme, our favourite is Red; it’s bold and eye-catching and really helps you stand out from the crowd. We recently used it at an Expo in Belgium, as you can see in the picture.
Follow the link to check out our gallery and see how other companies have used our artificial grass to create fantastic exhibition areas, artificial grass at events
Namgrass artificial grass is available in 2m and 4m roll widths and can be cut to any length.
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