Hope 4 Justice is a charitable organisation dedicated to fighting human trafficking. The organisation works to identify the victims of human trafficking and to act as advocates for people who have been caught up in this type of crime. The charity offers support and expert advice, enabling victims of this practice to restore their lives and build themselves a brighter future.
The charity works directly with police forces throughout the UK to encourage better links between the police and victims so that justice can be done. It is not just in the UK that they carry out their charitable work, the organisation also has a presence in Cambodia, United States and most recently Norway.
Emma Hawkins of Hope 4 Justice came to us as they required two individual pop-up stands to help them promote their important work, at two separate conferences. With some assistance from our expert staff, it was decided that our 3 x4 curved pop up stands would be suitable for their needs and fit the space available to them perfectly.
Our 3 x4 curved pop up stand package offers excellent value for money and comes with a lifetime guarantee for the pop-up frame and the magnetic bars.
Each kit comes with a 3 x 4 curved concertina frame, 21 slim-line magnetic bars, a magnetic bar bag, two 150w halogen spotlights, a wooden counter top for the case, one full colour graphic wrap for the case, a deluxe wheeled case, which comes complete with two compartments for storage and six premium quality full colour graphic panels. As you can see it is without a doubt one of the most comprehensive exhibition packages on the market!
The lightweight frame makes it easy to carry to exhibitions and other events, and the simple to construct frame is straight forward to put together and doesn’t need any tools.
We use original HP inks as they are renowned for their quality and the graphics are finished with a scratch resistance laminate.
The stand costs £899.00 excluding delivery and VAT and we have a lead time of 1 to 5 working days for this product, from ready to print artwork.
Why not do a good deed today and contact Hope for Justice and help in their cause to end human trafficking and slavery.