Permeleaf’s commercial outdoor artificial plants with unique UV protection technology attract eyeballs at International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) Trade Meet from 19th to 22nd November.
Orlando, Florida (PRWEB) December 14, 2013
With its history dating back to 1918, the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions is close to completing a century of successful operations. Being among the few international trade associations focusing on the interests and issues of amusement centers, the IAAPA has long been acknowledged as the largest association of trade for this industry. With facilities and infrastructure based entertainment spreading its roots far and wide across the globe, the reputation and reach of this organization has also surged.
Each year, thousands of participants from the amusement parts and related facilities industry gather with enthusiasm to attend trade events held by the IAAPA. Innovative businesses directly or tangentially related with the amusement facilities industry and other such commercial establishments always look upon such trade events to showcase their cutting edge products. Suppliers of equipments, products and services for amusement parks, owners of such facilities, and suppliers from all parts of the entire value chain visit IAAPA conclaves and trade events. This enthusiasm from them is primarily to become abreast of the latest products and inventions that could be relevant to the industry, and secondly for being a part of the most widely awaited and recognized congregation of stakeholders from this industry.
Right from manufacturers of infrastructural components to be used at amusement facilities to organizations investing resources in coming up with novel products for these entertainment centers, IAAPA trade events are always the hotspot for innovative and futuristic product exhibitions. In fact, a whopping attendance of 25000+ was recorded in the 2012 version of this trade event. Among these products are artificial plants and trees for outdoor landscaping needs of large commercial establishments like museums, entertainment parks, theme parks and family entertainment attractions. Over the past decade, the focus from large scale entertainment centers to improve the aesthetics quotient of their facilities has led to a massive surge in the artificial outdoor plants and similar landscaping products’ manufacturing. Among the pioneering makers of such products is Permaleaf, a rapidly growing artificial commercial landscaping trees and plants manufacturer.
The exhibition of some of the most creative and acclaimed products from Permaleaf at Booth ⚂ in the recently concluded IAAPA trade event in Orlando, Florida proved to be a massive success for it.This was evident from the throngs of landscaping enthusiasts and industry experts queuing up for better views of the showcased products like Scotch Pines in different dimensions, single trunked Baobab and Live Oak trees, and foliage towers of UV rated outdoor foliages. With a decent mix of botanically correct artificial plants, lit-up trees arranged beautifully, and a backdrop of English Ivy, Pearl Grass, Boxwood, Juniper and Azalea foliages, Permaleaf’s 20 x 20 ft exhibition space didn’t need any coaxing for the visitors to turn their steps towards it.
Landscaping experts of international repute were seen inquisitively talking with the booth attendants from Permaleaf, with most of the excitement being centered on Permeleaf’s unique UV Protection technology that has been included with all its commercial grade artificial outdoor landscaping products. Leading personalities from the amusement facilities industry were visibly impressed with the remarkable reproduction of real botanical specimens into artificial, durable, and easy to maintain outdoor landscaping plants and trees. To top that, Permeleaf’s complete service offering encompassing free maintenance and a confident warranty reflected wonderfully on the company’s prowess in its field.
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