The new era of outdoor event and point-of-sale branding is here. The Quick Kiosk provides a combined branding and sales platform using the classic recognisable Teardrop shape whilst also providing shade. Based on the original Quick Banner, the Quick Kiosk is the outdoor point-of-sale solution.
The structure is an aluminium knockdown frame with clip-on polyester banners which can be either silk-screen or digitally printed. The assembled height is approximately 2.5m, with a table area of 1m x 1m. It is sturdy and fully custom-branded. The package includes: banners, aluminium knockdown frame and table. Compact, portable and lightweight, the Quick Kiosk folds up into a handy carry bag, ready to set up at the next location. The unit comes with instructions printed on the carry bag and can be assembled and taken down in 5 minutes. It is very stable in windy conditions as it can be pegged down on soft ground or weighted down on hard ground. An optional storage shelf is available.
The attractive price and user-friendly design make the Quick Kiosk a popular choice. So, if portability is your key word, try the Quick Kiosk. Not only is it aesthetically appealing, but it is also the simpler option. See www.ritestuf.co.za for our full range of exciting and unique portable kiosks.
Right Stuff prides itself on being an innovator of portable event advertising products, constantly developing new products which are fairly priced and with the best delivery and quality in the business
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