They Take Your Exhibit Idea from Start to Finish; Bluewater Can Plan, Set Up and Store a Trade Show Display

By Williams, Jamie | The Florida Times Union, November 19, 2007 | Go to article overview

They Take Your Exhibit Idea from Start to Finish; Bluewater Can Plan, Set Up and Store a Trade Show Display


Williams, Jamie, The Florida Times Union


Byline: JAMIE WILLIAMS

Companies in Northern Florida and Southern Georgia have an increasing need for high quality exhibits and support services at trade shows and exhibitions.

Enter Bluewater Exhibit Group.

Two local professionals in the exhibit industry incorporated Bluewater last summer, making it and its services available to companies that partake in trade shows and marketing events.

"We created this company because we see a real opportunity in the Jacksonville market," said Joe Dorety, president of Bluewater. "The local economy is full of growing companies who integrate trade shows into their marketing strategies."

Dorety is a former CSX executive who has widespread understanding in market segmentation strategy, display creation, and project execution.

Bluewater's services include logistics management services, trade show marketing strategy and design services, exhibit system sales, as well as on-site labor and storage.

"Our goal is to provide companies with the resources and expertise they need for a superior return on their trade show investment," said Jennifer Sample, VP-Sales & Marketing for Bluewater.

Nomadic Display, a principal global producer of portable and modular display systems, is partnering with Bluewater to supply the exhibition services. Bluewater is the only Nomadic distributor in North Florida and South Georgia, Sample said.

Dorety added that Bluewater's partnership with Nomadic Display enables it to deliver high quality displays and service.

"There are a small number of other companies in Jacksonville that offer similar products, but the technology and quality that we offer with Nomadic products can't be touched," Sample said. …

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