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Exhibit Systems Opening New Office, Production Facility Jan. 25 in Brookfield

Jan. 24, 2013

Brookfield, Wis. – Exhibit Systems, a premier exhibit company offering one-stop service for trade shows and events, will relocate Jan. 25 to an expanded office and production facility in Brookfield, Wis.

The move positions Exhibit Systems for continued growth and market outreach in the trade show, display and exhibit industry. The 46,000-square-foot building, at 12600 W. Burleigh Road, more than doubles the production area and showroom space of Exhibit Systems’ Menomonee Falls location, where it has operated since 2006.

“We are thrilled to be moving into our new home, knowing the potential it presents for both our company and our customers,” said Dave Jentz, Vice-President of Exhibit Systems. “We outgrew our existing space some time ago. This new facility will allow for expanded design and development of new, more creative ways of serving our customers’ trade show and exhibit needs.”

Work on the former Koconis Industries building, which had been empty for several years, began in August. The interior was completely gutted and remodeled. The exterior received a complete facelift, including replacing every window. The building’s roof and parking lot were also upgraded.

Exhibit Systems, which celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2012, specializes in results-oriented, business-building exhibits and displays for trade shows, interiors and other events. Dedicated to helping customers “Build a Better Image,” the company designs and fabricates custom, modular, and portable exhibits that promote face-to-face marketing. Its services also include rental exhibits, storage, transportation and on-site installation and dismantling of exhibits.

Nearly a year ago, Exhibit Systems strengthened its market position by purchasing the assets of Milwaukee-based Green Tree Designs. The acquisition involved equipment, materials, and inventory, and added custom wood fabrication to its production capabilities.

“The move to our new Brookfield location culminates a long process of planning and preparation,” Jentz said. “Exhibit Systems will be well-positioned, both physically and strategically, for future growth and opportunities. We look forward to helping our customers strengthen their brand awareness and exhibitor presence.”

The company’s local phone number changed to (262) 432-8410 as part of the move. Its toll-free number is unchanged: (877) 252-5065. Exhibit Systems will hold a grand opening and open house at the new location in the near future.

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