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Mobile-Shop Teams Up with Snap36 to Implement 360° Product Images

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Mobile-Shop Teams Up with Snap36 to Implement 360° Product Images

Mobile-Shop is proud and excited to announce our partnership with Snap36- a 360° and 3D product imagery studio based in Chicago.  We approached Snap36 because of their existing relationships with reputable companies including Grainger Industrial Supply, Home Depot, Lowe's and 3M.  As you're probably aware, these companies are among the largest suppliers of industrial maintenance supplies, tools and equipment on the planet.  So when Grainger and Home Depot place their stamp of approval on such a key component of their websites (product imagery) you know it can be trusted.

For our shoot with Snap36 we decided to go all-in and take 360° images of all our tool carts and bags.  Once implemented, Mobile-Shop.com visitors will get a better understanding of our range of products without needing to physically interact with the products in person.  Keep an eye on our product pages in the coming weeks for some exciting new updates!  We'll be sure to let you know once these upgraded tool cart pages go live!               


Mobile-Shop on the Road: Photos from Trade Show Season

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Mobile-Shop on the Road:  Photos from Trade Show Season

It's been a whirlwind year for Mobile-Shop. Having attended eight conventions in seven different states, we've had the opportunity to speak to countless individuals from widely varying industries about maintenance in their facilities.  What we learned is this: Everyone can work a little smarter. Fortunately, whether your facility is a fulfillment center or a high-rise hotel - Mobile Shop products are all thoughtfully designed to  make that possible.

Check out the photos below to see where we've been, or get in touch today to see where we're headed next.

Fun and Games at the BOMA Annual Conference

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Fun and Games at the BOMA Annual Conference

BOMA’s annual conference featured more games and prizes than ever before. New this year was the “gamification” challenge, a contest through the conference mobile app that pit attendees against each other to see who could earn the most points by attending events and, most importantly, visiting the exhibitors at the BOMA International Expo. Over on the Expo prize stage, top gamification competitors won prizes each day ranging from gift cards to the always-popular Mobile-Shop Company maintenance carts. Parmenter’s Steve Harrison (center, pictured with Mobile-Shop Company's Angelo Mazzela and BOMA International Vice President of Marketing and International Affairs Lisa Prats) was one of three lucky winners. Harrison took home Mobile-Shop's SD Express cart, Main Street Real Estate Advisors' Susan Engstrom won the PM cart and BioMed Realty's Erin Travis nabbed the HT Engineering