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Exhibitus Introduces “Program Fitness by Design” at EXHIBITORLIVE

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Exhibitus Introduces “Program Fitness by Design” at EXHIBITORLIVE

The Company invites attendees to Booth #1269 to assess the health of their exhibit program 

Atlanta, Georgia (PRWeb) 24 February 2016 – At EXHIBITORLIVE, Exhibitus will introduce “Program Fitness by Design,” an approach for measuring an exhibit program’s strength, suitability and potential for overall tradeshow success.

“Much like athletes that follow rigorous training regimes, all great tradeshow programs are well-planned and customized to their company’s brand message,” said Exhibitus’ President Brad Falberg. “The Exhibitus Self-Assessment Survey provides a score based on the many components of an exhibit program. The survey results also highlight specific gaps that once addressed could significantly increase the value of a program to an organization’s marketing initiatives.

EXHIBITORLIVE, an industry-leading conference and expo for trade show and event marketing professionals, will be held February 29 – March 3, 2016 at Mandalay Bay Convention Center in   Las Vegas.  Attendees are invited to Booth #1269 to learn more about what makes an exhibit program “fit” and what steps can be taken to improve results. The Exhibitus Team will guide attendees through different experiential stations that visually demonstrate aspects of a well-designed exhibit program.

At the end of the experience, attendees will be given a pass code for free access to the online Self-Assessment Survey.  In addition to a company’ specific results, the final score will be compared and ranked with other companies that have participated. All participants who complete the survey by March 18, 2016 will be entered into a drawing to win an Apple Watch Sport™.

In addition, for every person that participates in the Exhibitus experience at Booth #1269, the company will donate a pair of “The Shoe That Grows,” a patented design of an innovative shoe that adjusts and expands so children may wear them for five years, instead of the typical one. “The Shoe That Grows” is particularly important in impoverished areas of Africa where children not wearing shoes are susceptible to soil-transmitted parasites and diseases.