Exhibit Manufacturer Offers Emergency Structures to Help Fight COVID-19

Florida-based trade show display manufacturer, Infinity Exhibits, has pivoted its business strategy to offer temporary emergency structures in the fight against COVID-19. Now, they have started applying their expertise in construction towards setting up drive-up clinics, testing facilities, and other emergency structures.

April 1, 2020 / / —

Infinity Exhibits, a trade show display manufacturer in Sarasota, FL, USA is one of many companies heavily impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. Rather than waiting for things to get better, Infinity Exhibits decided to help the fight against spreading the Coronavirus. With their expertise in constructing high-standard trade show displays, they have started to help construct emergency structures that are designed to aid services that air fighting the spread of the novel Coronavirus.

A pivot to help fight the spread of COVID-19
Infinity Exhibits are effectively pivoting their business to help a host of emergency service providers that are combatting the spread of COVID-19. By using the same materials for trade show displays, the Florida-based trade show display manufacturer is now building temporary emergency structures for drive-up clinics, waiting rooms, testing facilities, donation areas and more. These emergency temporary structures can be shipped nationwide in the US in as little as 3 days.

The Extrusion Structure system
This system allows clients to adjust and arrange their components, so it can flexible to changing needs and spaces. The frames are stackable and have been designed for easy shipping and transportation. The standard units bring a host of features that make them reliable and suitable for a range of environments.

These units are 10 x 10 x 11’ h when set up, with a strong vinyl pitched roof for water run-off, exterior ballasts to secure them in place, and a fully locking door. They are designed to be both convenient and easy to sanitise, using smooth, clear surfaces. They also come with a range of options, including lockable storage cabinets, extension cords, multi-outlet strips and garden hoses to easily fill the water ballasts.

Lending highly lauded structure design to the COVID-19 effort
The Extrusion Structure system is a new pivot for the team at Infinity Exhibits, but it utilizes the expertise that has helped their trade show displays win awards from multiple different trade shows throughout the 20 years they have been in business, with annual awards being won since 2015 till present.

To learn more about the team, their temporary emergency structures, and what they’re doing to aid in the fighting against COVID-19, aka the novel Coronavirus, visit the Infinity Exhibits website. They will continue to publish any further updates to their business and services directly on the website’s blog.


Notes for the editor: Please direct all press inquiries to Gene Friedman at Infinity Exhibits’ HQ in 2226 8th St. Sarasota, FL 34237 or by calling directly on 941-371-4172. All press inquiries can be sent directly to info@infinityexhibits.com. You can find out more about Infinity Exhibits through their website at https://www.infinityexhibits.com/.

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Name: Gene Friedman
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Organization: Infinity Exhibits
Address: HQ in 2226 8th St. Sarasota, FL 34237
Phone: 941-371-4172
Website: https://www.infinityexhibits.com/


Release ID: 88952051

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