First off, I hope this blog finds you and your families safe and healthy during these trying times. Second, I hope we can all soon see a day where opening lines to emails and blogs need not start like this! However, I do feel those days are, unfortunately, a long way off. As is very clear to all by now, this pandemic has shaken – and perhaps permanently altered – the very nature of the

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Nothing lasts forever, and if you stick around in this industry long enough you’ll see that this is especially true when it comes to exhibit venues. Most shows do stick around at certain venues for many years, but even show contracts expire, and when that happens there’s often a good chance your show venue will switch locations. Below, we’ve outlined some of the most important things to consider when the time comes. The first thing

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With the blizzards that pass through the East Coast every season, I thought this would be a good time to talk about weather, how it affects our industry, and what you can do to make sure you're covered in the event of a serious weather event. You see, there's a harsh reality that you learn very quickly when you're in the exhibit business.  And that's that the show opens on schedule whether your exhibit arrives on

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If you're in a business where you're selling an actual product, you know just how important and tricky getting that product safely to the show and out at the close of the show can be. Fortunately, here at RGo, we've got years of experience providing product handling support for our clients, and we understand just how critical this operation is for the success of a show.  We thought we'd share a few tips and tricks

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Ah, drayage. The word has been known to strike fear into the hearts of many an exhibitor. What is it? Why is it so expensive? What can be done to help the struggling masses of innocent companies victimized by its cruel and unrelenting path of destruction???

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What a time to be alive. There was an era in the not-so-distant past that exhibits were almost exclusively built with standard construction materials such as wood, laminate, plexiglass, metal, etc. Everything from wall structures to graphics and overhead signage were built with these heavy, expensive commodities. Somewhere around the early 2000’s though, things would begin to change. A new exhibit ingredient would begin to hit the streets. One that would eventually change the way

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We’ve all been there before.  Both on the purchasing side and the sales side, faced with the ever-important question – Do you want to save money by skidding your exhibit, or do you want to crate everything and spend a good deal more?  The honest truth is another common truth in this industry – There is no right answer for every circumstance.  As with so many decisions that must be made when deciding how to

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