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Custom Branded Trade Show Risers for WayB Carseats

by R.H. Lee August 07, 2019 in Case Studies

Custom Branded Trade Show Risers for WayB Carseats

Would Works just finished a custom commission of twenty branded risers for WayB carseats.  These solid poplar boxes are already traveling around the country to retail shop floors and with the WayB trade show booths.  We engraved their logo on all four sides for maximum versatility and brand visibility.  

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WayB Sales Exploration Director, Ericka Sykes says,

"With our organization just launching we were looking for like minded vendors to help us with a project for our potential retail partners.  Our CMO found Would Works and we knew that we wanted to work with them because of their brand story and the social impact that they were striving to make! 

The entire process was seamless from beginning to end and the outcome was well past our expectations!  We would recommend working with Would Works and will be using them again in the future!"

These risers created three days of assembly, sanding and branding work for our latest cohort of artisans.

Thanks WayB!

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