Niagara Transformer Reinvents its Trade Show Image

Niagara Transformer Island Display

Buffalo, NY- August 3, 2010. Niagara Transformer Corporation has once again teamed up with FB Displays & Designs, Inc. to construct a brand new trade show display. With the help of the creative team at Harold Warner Advertising, FBD2 produced a clean and spacious 400 square foot design giving the display a striking appearance while providing Niagara Transformer brand identity and graphic solutions to meet their marketing goals.

The 20’ island display, with a center tower standing 16’ tall, was launched at the 2010 IEE PES Space Transmission and Distribution Conference and Exposition in New Orleans in April.

Since 1938, the worldwide-recognized Niagara Transformer Corporation has designed, built, and serviced power transformers to meet specialized needs for difficult applications in over 75 countries. Niagara Transformer provides a single source for all types and ratings of liquid-filled, dry-type, VPI, and cast-coil transformers. (

FB Displays & Designs, Inc., provides full service event marketing solutions, from custom exhibits and modular displays to trade show material and design services. The company, which is “Certified Woman-Owned”, is a member of the Amherst Chamber of Commerce and the World Trade Center Buffalo Niagara, and the president and founder, Francine Brooks, is a member of the National Association of Women Business Owners and sits on the board of the Center for Entrepreneur Leadership at SUNY and several other advisory boards.

For information:
Phone:                (716) 635-0282


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