Interactive Starburst Exhibition Items

Product Name: Starburst
Size: Credit card, A7, A6 and A5 sizes as standard.
170mm diameter circular version also available.
Print: 4 colour process
Material: Cover is 350gsm silk art board
Starburst display is on 150gsm art paper
Additional info: Card Holder and Bottle Tag versions also available
Minimum order quantity 250 units

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Theatrical Feel Starburst Products Exhibition Items

The Starburst products all have a flourishing display beyond the initial cover often surprising the recipient as they discover this very flamboyant design. The Starburst exhibition items are available from as small as credit card size up to A5.  These are products the lend themselves perfectly for exhibition items either containing a map or a site plan or as a trade show giveaway with product information.

Double Your Chances Double Starburst

Grabbing attention is a must at tradeshows which is why you need unusual exhibition items.  Not only can you experiment with the Starburst sizes you can also choose novel shapes for your Starburst fold exhibition items; you can even have a Double Starburst for even bigger spectacle. The Circular Starburst and Starburst Cross are exhibition items with a glamorous feel to them and they really do capture your visitors interest – and keep it!

Exhibition Items, Trade Show Giveaways and Maps

For an alternative to boring event marketing literature, at your next event why not have some fun and design a Starburst. The Starburst exhibition items work great as either as tradeshow giveaways, event invitations or site maps and plans.  The pocket-sized starburst exhibition items with a site plan or map are a boon for your visitors; the map can be printed on the folds and is very unusual as it bursts open. For an alternative to boring literature why not create unusual and attention grabbing exhibition items?