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Vulture Festival: Our Small Part

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Our most recent custom boxwood hedge letter project came courtesy of New York Magazine. Just last weekend, Vulture Festival took over the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Saturday and Sunday saw countless members of the entertainment industry drop into the hotel to share stories of they work, what they hope for their future and much more. Undoubtedly, fun was hard, memories were created, much was learned and the event was an astounding success.

For Vulture Festival 2017, the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel’s pool was transformed into the AT&T Vulture Lounge. To help craft the perfect atmosphere, we were tasked to create “VULTURE” boxwood hedge letters. These four feet high letters were placed at the end of the pool deck and lit up by lights from below to create the ultimate welcoming, exciting lounge area for the event.

While not every corporate event is blessed with a lounge area, you can take your company’s event to the next level with the addition of artificial boxwood hedges. Spell out your company's name or maybe craft your company’s logo. There’s truly no wrong way to use artificial boxwood hedge letters.

Next Level Letters:

  • Use uplights to light up the letters from the ground up.
  • Bring your logo to life with boxwood hedge mat.
  • Mini lights add flash and flare to your letters.

At Geranium Street we take pride in creating each boxwood hedge letter so that it is unique and exciting in its own right. We were happy to play a small part in Vulture Festival by supplying these letters packed with fun and individualism.

Artificial boxwood hedge letters surely spark conversation and add to any atmosphere they’re placed in. They offer a unique addition to your event, development, corporation, etc. If you’re currently pondering the notion of artificial boxwood hedge letters, I’d encourage you to take a look and see how we have crafted these individual pieces in the past. Located in Southern California, Geranium Street USA is proud to provide our customers with top of the line, custom made products. If you would like more information about the possibilities that await when you choose artificial boxwood hedge letters, don’t hesitate to call sales manager Martin Portilla at (760) 294-9063 or email geraniumstreet@gmail.com today for answers to any questions you may have.

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