Charging Stations Can Fuel Your Bottom Line

By Kelsey Ogletree, July 21, 2016

With the average person bringing in three devices to each event, charging stations are highly sought after commodities. Thanks to companies like these five, charging stations don’t have to be an eyesore—or add to your bottom line. In fact, if you position the opportunity correctly to potential sponsors, charging stations can be a hot commodity. Take charge!  

Brightbox (see above)
A standout feature of these products is reporting data, as well as the capability to do surveys, polling and sweepstakes.

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Charging conversation tables have Edison outlets as well as USB ports and charging cords for various phone models, while charging swing tables come in 13 colors and can be branded with printed sponsor logos.

Power Tower
Company spokesman Mike Maggini reports clients love the on-site activation the towers create for brand sponsors.

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