Bristol, Rhode Island (PressExposure) June 20, 2012 -- Displays2Go, a division of George Patton Associates, is pleased to introduce this new LRS series tower display to their already expansive collection of fine EuroVu display cabinets. The LRS series displays offer many of the same practical and distinctive features as the other EuroVu designs, such as tempered glass construction and modern styling, at a much more affordable price.
"The differences between the traditional EuroVu Simplice cabinets and these LRS Simplice models are incredibly small," says Sandra Reno, new product marketer at Displays2Go. "The LRS Series - LRS stands for 'Large Run Size' - is manufactured in larger batches than the traditional models, which allows us to keep the price as low as we can. You still receive all of the benefits of the traditional Simplice cabinets, like a full 360 degree view of the items stored inside and five (5) full fixed-height display surfaces for showcasing your prized items."
The LRS Simplice towers measure 15" wide by 71" high, with a depth of 14.75". The MDF (medium density fiberboard) base has a matte black finish and keeps the attached wheels for easy movement hidden away from view. The tempered glass panels which make up the bulk of the display cabinet are stronger and durable than regular plate glass, making it more resistant to breakage as well as easier to clean up in case of damage. Each shelf has a clearance of over twelve (12) inches, allowing you to store larger items easily and safely. The door swings open on hinges, and has an attached lock to keep displayed items secured inside the case.
"Another nice benefit of this tower display is its size," continues Ms. Reno. "The 15" wide by 14.75" deep base is one of the smaller towers we offer. This size is great for businesses and stores without a lot of floor space to spare who are looking to set up an elegant and secure display for their merchandise. The five (5) full shelves and the nearly 6' tall height gives any owner ample space to bring attention to their valued collectibles and memorabilia."