A peninsula booth definition refers to a booth facing a cross-aisle, or an island exhibit booth attached to the end of a group of in-line linear booths. Peninsula booths can house banner displays as well as product displays. Peninsula booths must be accessible from 3 sides.
There are two types of peninsula booths. One type backs up onto linear booths (as described above), and the second type is more commonly referred to as a “split island booth), and this backs up onto another peninsula booth. A peninsula booth area at a trade show is 20’x20′ or larger. Peninsula booths can be used for banner displays and product displays at trade shows.
Peninsula booths a standard booth along with these booth sizes for exhibition:
Standard In-Line Linear Booth
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