Literature Floor Stand Fits 8.5 x 11 Magazines, Single Pocket, Sign Holder – Silver

Lobby Magazine and Sign Stand with Header
  • Adjustable-Tilt Open Access Tray
  • 2-Sided Letter-Size Header Frame
  • Side Insert Graphics for Easy Changes
  • Silver Finish Aluminum & Clear Acrylic
$108.66 / Each (USD)
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Description

Freestanding Sign Stand With Literature Rack has Side Insert 2-Sided Header Frame

This freestanding sign stand with literature rack offers high visibility to attract customers in busy commercial, retail, and professional environments. Each floor standing information display is made of durable silver finish aluminum and features a clear acrylic header frame and adjustable-tilt magazine tray. The 57.5" tall commercial sign stand with literature rack's side loading acrylic header displays (2) 8.5" x 11" graphics. The magazine-size tray is perfect for offering business or sale information, catalogs, sales circulars, or flyers. This versatile silver finish floor stand with literature rack's stylish silver finish will complement any environment. The floor standing design provides stability in high traffic areas such as trade shows, sales showrooms, lobbies or concourses, and entrances.

Specifications

SKU MBSTNDHDR2
Overall Width x Height x Depth 11.8" x 57.5" x 17.5"
Pocket Width x Height x Depth 9.5" x 11.0" x 3.0"
Base Width x Height x Depth 11.8" x 0.25" x 10.0"
Header Width x Height x Depth 9.0" x 12.0" x 0.375"
Weight 10.0lbs
Material Aluminum, Acrylic
Color Silver
Secondary Color Clear
Placement Style Floor Standing
Media Size 8.5" x 11"
Orientation Portrait
Loading or Door Style Side Insert
Features Tilting
Pocket Type Single Pocket
Number of Pockets 1

Ordering Information

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