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Updated post 5/1 - the Mesh Panels and Tent Hooks have sold, the carpeted panels are still available:
12x DIY carpeted panels (medium gray) $350 - Picture attached shows 9 of them in a 10x10 booth; I actually have 12 of them to make a 10x20 booth. Welded conduit frame, foamboard core, adjustable wooden legs, indoor/outdoor carpet sleeves in medium gray. These are not quite as nice as real pro panels, but they served me very well during my first year of shows. These are shorter than a standard pro panel - legs are adjustable but they go up to around 6 1/2 feet maximum. They were sized to fit in my truck; then the truck died and I switched to knockdown panels as even these don't fit in my SUV. The set includes 2 non-adjustable stabilizer bars which can form 2 corners, but you may wish to separately purchase longer, adjustable stabilizers to facilitate other configurations.
I am located in Everett, WA and am willing to meet within a reasonable radius, however since the carpeted panels don't fit in my current vehicle (hence my reason for selling) I can't transport them with the back closed. Pickup would be best, or I can meet with the panels on a non-rainy day...if we ever get one of those again up here!
I don't need eight, but I could use four of those hooks. I'm in PA.
Hi Steve and thanks for your interest! It looks like to ship 4 of these from WA to PA would be roughly $12, for a total of $52. Note that as stated above I bought these used so the posts do have some wear (see attached pictures); though that won't be showing once inserted into your panels. Note also that they apparently fit into Pro Panels only; they don't fit in Armstrong panels nor my DIYs.
If that works for you and you want to buy four of them, please PM me with your shipping address and email address and I can send a payment request through Paypal. I can ship on Monday pending payment.
The mesh panels and the tent hooks are on their way to new homes; updating post to remove them. Last thing remaining is the DIY propanels pictured in the post attachments. Anyone in the Pacific NW area looking for an economical startup panel set for a 10x10 or 10x20 booth?