Workshop Series 2-Pocket Tabletop Brochure Holder, Ships Flat, 4 x 9 Pamphlets, Black
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9.8" Tall Flat Pack Leaflet Stand
  • Slotted Black Acrylic Panels
  • (2) 4" x 9" Tiered Literature Pockets
  • Portable, Lightweight Design

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Slot Together Counter Brochure Display in Lightweight Black Acrylic

This slot together counter brochure display is designed for use as a dual literature stand in stores, business ofices, commercial and retail establishments, and at trade shows. Each lightweight flat pack fixture consists of interlocking black acrylic panels that assemble to create two tiered pockets for 4x9 pamphlets or leaflets. This portable knockdown counter brochure display is a great choice for showcasing sales and marketing literature in high traffic public areas. The simple assembly and sturdy construction make this fixture well-suited to point of sale or trade show booth displays. This stylish black acrylic counter brochure display with (2) 4x9 literature pockets is designed to attract customer attention to takeaway literature and informational materials. This easy to transport knockdown fixture offers easy access to promotional materials while saving space on desks, countertops, or register stands.


Overall Width x Height x Depth 5.6" x 9.0" x 7.3"
Pocket Width x Height x Depth 4.0" x 5.3" x 2.5"
Line or Series The Workshop
Weight 1.0lbs
Material Acrylic
Placement Style Counter / Tabletop
Color Black
Plastic or Acrylic Thickness 0.125"
Pocket Type Multi-Pocket
Number of Pockets 2

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Brochure Holder Assembly Instructions

Filename: bh2ptk_assembly_instructions.pdf (269.56 KB)


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