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5 Reasons Your Church Needs an RPL Display

June 15, 2016 Hannah Hochstetler

5 Reasons Your Church Needs an RPL Display

A while ago I was helping out with a church plant in the beginning stages of launch. They had recently just purchased a 10ft RPL and were excited to see how it looked set up and in action on a Sunday morning. They had purchased other mobile display items as well, but I was given the task of figuring out the RPL as they set up the rest of the items. At the time, I was brand new to Diers Exhibit Group and wasn’t really sure how each display installed, and these were the first products the church had bought....


A Culture of Invitation

May 24, 2016 Hannah Hochstetler

A Culture of Invitation

I attend a very welcoming church. If you were to visit on a given Sunday, you would be greeted, handed a cup of coffee, and asked if you have anyone to sit with. After the service, you would be introduced to the Pastor and a handful of folks who are genuinely interested in connecting with you later on in the week. These are all good things, and I’m glad I attend a church where feeling at home is so important. However, it doesn’t matter how welcoming a church is if there are no new people to welcome. Because of this...


Marshmallow World in the...Summer?

May 17, 2016 Hannah Hochstetler

Marshmallow World in the...Summer?

I can hear it now, Dean Martin crooning about fresh powder turning the ground into a marshmallow world. I know, I know, the last thing you want to hear about is more snow. We have finally escaped winter’s clutches and broke forth into a warm spring, so why am I bringing up the popular Christmas song? Because marshmallows are not only toppers for hot cocoa and winter metaphors for snow. They are also for toasting over bonfires, being smushed between a graham cracker and a brick of chocolate (let’s be real, no one only puts a few little rectangles of chocolate...


National Day of Prayer - A Tradition & A Privilege

May 05, 2016 Hannah Hochstetler

National Day of Prayer - A Tradition & A Privilege

I remember attending class in elementary school where we had different times allotted throughout the day for activities other than reading or math. On some days we had music, other days art or physical education, but on Thursdays we had Bible class. That’s not something you hear a lot of in today’s public schools. I attended a public school in a small Indiana town. Our Bible class was much like a church Sunday school: we had a verse of the week, and learned Bible stories by way of a felt story board. Occasionally, missionaries and pastors from the community would...


Light Boxes and Lots of Guacamole

April 25, 2016 Hannah Hochstetler

Light Boxes and Lots of Guacamole

So, you have a display for your lobby or next convention and you like it a lot. You have the trendy graphics that excite and draw people in. Your message is clear and calls viewers to action. You have even have the coolest free t-shirts to hand out, and everyone knows it. Your display is top notch, yet despite all this, you still have that nagging feeling in the back of your head whispering that it’s not quite there yet… but what are you missing? A backlit display, that’s what. What makes a Lightbox so cool?Lightbox displays are the extra credit of the display industry....