EDPA 65th Anniversary
The most common form of business travel in 1954 was the Greyhound bus. Because convention cities were spread across the United States, exhibit and design companies partnered with local companies to install and dismantle exhibits to cut down on the prohibitive cost of transporting labor.
In December 1954, a group of entrepreneurs and business people met to cement relationships and form new partnerships, and formed the Exhibit Designers & Producers Association.
To commemorate EDPA’s 65th anniversary, enVu is collecting, curating and archiving photos and documents from the past 65 years, for EDPA members to reference and enjoy.
More information about the archive project will be announced.
If you have relevant photos, documents or stories to be included in the archive, please email firstname.lastname@example.org