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Consort Display Purchases Building to Create Color and Character
Longtime local experts in the development of display products, Consort Display finalized the purchase of a building they have rented for about 15 years in the Edison neighborhood. This building is just one of many in the area that Consort works out of. Supporting this process was Brownyn Drost from Southwest Michigan First, who said the project is a win for this community-focused company. “It’s been such a pleasure working with the team over the past year as Consort Display continues to innovate, grow, and contribute to Southwest Michigan’s economy,” said Bronwyn. “We’re thrilled that Consort is making a long-term commitment to the Edison neighborhood and the City of Kalamazoo and grateful for the color and character that Consort Display’s products bring to the community.”
Offering display options in the form of pole banners, banner hardware, modular retail displays, and event pennants, Consort Display makes use of various types of technology to create its vibrant displays. Machinery and methods used include waterjets, large scale printers, and metal work. As Consort Display looks into the future, the team is excited to continue innovating and working with the community. “We’re trying to improve products. We’re coming out with some new products based on what we already do and doing more and more industrial design,” said Roger Lepley, president and CEO. “To me, design is a collaboration of folks working together to make the best products.” Read more about Consort Display and their innovative work.