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Boxman Studios Partners with Office Depot to Create a Trade Show Booth From a Repurposed Shipping Container at the 2012 Greenbuild Show

CHARLOTTE, N.C. and SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Boxman Studios, the recognized leader in immersive branding via modified shipping containers, helped Office Depot, the number one Greenest Large Retailer in America according to Newsweek Green Rankings(TM), further demonstrate their commitment to sustainability at the recently concluded 2012 Greenbuild conference and trade show in San Francisco, CA.

"Working on this project with Office Depot was the perfect opportunity for both companies to showcase our shared commitments to sustainability and stand out in the crowd at the expo," said Director of Boxman's Trade Show Division, Scott Young. "Between the unique booth design, the like-minded Greenbuild audience, and the messages of sustainability, we were well-received. Helping Office Depot stand out in the crowd was the ultimate goal and we definitely succeeded."

In addition to utilizing a repurposed shipping container to house their trade show booth at the conference, Office Depot also displayed several of their green products, their reusable delivery containers, and even sponsored local pedicabs in the area offering free, human-powered transportation to Greenbuild attendees during the conference. For images from the event, visit the Boxman Studios Flickr gallery.

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Founded in 2008, Boxman Studios handles the design, development and deployment of customized shipping containers, modifying them for a range of markets and applications throughout North America.

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