Solutions for very large venues. Exhibit Halls, to carpet or not?

Objective:  Decorate massive exhibit hall for a welcome dinner with décor budget under 5k.  Use décor to showcase a specific division's branding, marketing and "color wheel" marketing pieces. 

Solution:  See photo

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Objective:  Create a gala dinner in a massive exhibit hall, on a very limited budget and without using carpet.  Use a creative, cost effective solution to lower the ceiling and create an intimate atmosphere.

Solution: See photo "Before & After"

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As you can see, once you place tables, create lighting and draw the eye up from the floor...you don't really need carpet. Save tens of thousands of dollars by cutting out the carpet. 

While we are on the topic of Exhibit Halls, really large spaces lend themselves very nicely to using vehicles.  See here how I used my Delorean to promote an 80's party in the pre-function area.  Hire me, get my car for free! 

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