We have worked with a variety of tours and exhibits, each with very specific needs. These range all the way from providing enough space to allow customers to test drive new vehicles to arranging just a small footprint to display products. The companies and clients we work with desire to bring interactive exhibits that enhance your show and showcase their brand to air show guests.
In 2006 and 2007, Hyundai participated in 17 air shows with a goal to promote its total vehicle lineup. Within the air show venue, this company was able to exhibit current models and give consumers an opportunity to test the new cars for themselves. In addition, Hyundai surveyed those who were interested in purchasing a car within the next year and gathered impressions from guests regarding their experience.
In 2010 and 2011, Lego took its building blocks on the road to several different air shows. To create "The Lego Experience", three tents and thousands of legos were used to give kids a chance to create something new. The exhibit was a great hit among kids and grown-ups alike.
Jeep Rocks and Road Tour
In 2010, the Jeep Rocks and Road Tour made a big impact on air shows. Jeep created two types of ride and drive experiences for consumers: an on-road and an off-road course. Inside the exhibit compound, an area was provided where kids could to drive miniature Jeeps and scale a rock wall. Jeep was able to interact with an average of 1,000 guests a day.
Chrysler 200 and 300 Tour
In 2011, Chrysler wanted to promote its 200 and 300 vehicles at various fairs and air shows by giving people the opportunity to test drive the cars. Chrysler quickly found out that air shows provided them the success they were looking for.