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Blazer Exhibits & Events Announces Partnership With Page1 for Online Marketing Services

MILPITAS, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/15/13 -- Blazer Exhibits & Events, a trade show display company, is proud to announce a new partnership with Page1 Online Marketing of Fort Collins, Colorado. The partnership will see Page1 utilizing its expertise in online and traditional marketing services to drive traffic to the company's website to assist in recruiting new clients.

"The partnership with Page1 should enable us to increase our brand's reach and visibility in the industry," said Dave Graham, President. "Here at Blazer Exhibits & Events, we are very proud of the excellent work we do in designing trade show display graphics and providing a full range of services in exhibition design and setup."

Blazer Exhibits & Events, headquartered in Milpitas, California, was founded in 1983 in order to meet the rising demand for high-quality sign and display graphics created by an emerging Silicon Valley. Since then, it has gone on to diversify its offerings and develop a full range of custom display and exhibit design packages which rival any in the industry.

With nearly 30 years of experience in the industry, Blazer Exhibits & Events has seen first-hand the enormous marketing potential that trade shows offer participating businesses. "Trade shows offer an excellent opportunity to market your business and your brand to media and the public, as well as to establish yourself as a leader in your industry," Graham said.

The full range of products and services offered by the company includes portable/modular exhibit design, custom exhibit design, rental exhibits, Abex exhibit kits, multiquad exhibit kits, pop-up displays, sign/graphic display design, large format display graphics and more. Blazer Exhibits & Events also offers full installation and dismantling services, as well as shipping, storage and refurbishing or repair. In addition to all this, the company has developed an integrated project management and exhibit asset management software which empowers professionals to maximize their productivity in managing resources, manpower, cash flow and end-results for trade show displays and exhibits.

The excellent range and quality of products and services offered by Blazer Exhibits & Events has not gone unnoticed. They have attracted countless high-profile clients including Adobe, SanDisk, PayPal, JDS Uniphase Corporation, Taylor Farms, Nvidia, Thomas Kinkade, Intel, IBM, eBay, Cisco Systems, Applied Materials and Apple.

Those interested in high-quality trade show display design and installation can check out the Blazer Exhibits & Events website at www.blazerexhibits.com, or call toll-free 888-252-9370.

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