Palm Springs, California / May 12, 2022
Home to warm weather and sunny disposition, the Hall of Flowers trade show hosted in Palm Springs, CA is the place to be for the cannabis business owner. Featuring the best and most innovate products in the cannabis marketplace, the Hall of Flowers showcases the innovate products, people and ideas leading this booming business space. In attendance at this intimate conference was cannabis device creator Ispire. Makers of premium cannabis vapes, Ispire needed an activation layout that would match their top-quality and customizable products. Hoping for an engaging space that would flourish at the Hall of Flowers, Ispire turned to the BoxPop® team to make it happen.
To create their inspired activation space, Ispire decided on BoxPop® and their popular 20’ single container. Featuring a full flip-down stage door, the entire front of the container would lower to form an impressive open-concept layout with expanded real estate. Wired with a main electrical panel, LED lighting, and even a cooling ceiling fan this BoxPop® was a tasteful blend of performance and practicality. Rounded out with a full backwall branding package, 3M decals and a custom paint job in modern matte white, and this event space for Ispire was as sleek as their select devices. Completed by a stair-access rooftop lounge for patrons, Sintra tabletops with Ispire logos and even a disco ball to bring the party atmosphere, this was one activation space that was sure to get high marks at the Hall of Flowers.
Seeking out an activation space that would excite and intrigue as much as their attractive cannabis devices, Ispire handpicked BoxPop® for the Hall of Flower’s expo. “The BoxPop® team really anticipated all our needs, and was well prepared,” said Rick Egan, Ispire CMO, “(they) helped us show our best.” Much like the multi-use aspect of Ispire vapes, BoxPop® is an investment that can keep impressing over and over. “The container will be for all our outdoor events” said Egan, “we can use it to create social content, do shows, and do different types of things within this backdrop to get multi-use out of it.”