RAINFOREST TRAVELING EXHIBIT (P1017)

From: $379.00

Lush, beautiful, intriguing? Sure. Life-saving? YES! The real value of the rainforest lies in the cures for human disease found in its plants, animals, and insects.

Rental weeks begin on Monday and operate through Friday. A prescheduled pick-up of the exhibit is arranged for the following Monday. If your school will be closed on the Monday following your rental week, please contact Traveling Exhibits to make special arrangements (exhibits@teachersdiscovery.com).

SKU: TE9P1017 Category:

Description

Lush, beautiful, intriguing? Sure. Life-saving? YES! The real value of the rainforest lies in the cures for human disease found in its plants, animals, and insects, but it is being destroyed faster than we can study possible medicines. Transform the way your audience sees the value of the rainforest ecosystem and inspire conservation.

Beautiful rainforest images with vital information about medicines found in the rainforest are printed on lightweight satin fabric. They are brilliantly colored and easy to install on any drop ceiling using the hardware included. The three-piece set includes panels (measuring 7 x 17 feet, 4 x 8 feet, and 4 x 4 feet).

All prices include rental and shipping and handling both ways.
1 week $379.00
2 weeks $660.00
3 weeks $950.00
4 weeks $1,225.00
7 weeks $1,850.00

Need a longer rental? Call for pricing at (248) 276-4913.

This exhibit includes:
• Three full-color panels on satin fabric: measuring 7 x 17 feet, 8 x 4 feet, and 4 x 4 feet
• Hardware to easily install from any drop ceiling
• Printable signs, exhibit information, and easy-to-use press kit
• Hanging and repacking instructions
• Shipping BOTH ways

This exhibit rental is only available in the continental United States.

Exhibit Resources:

View Exhibit Copy for 7×17 Panel Here 

View Exhibit Copy for 4×4 Panel Here 

Download Exhibit Information Here 

Download Exhibit Press Kit Here 

Setup/Hanging Instructions 

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