Workshop Series 3-Pocket 4 x 9 Outdoor Brochure Rack for Wall, Hinged Lid - Black
Weatherproof outdoor display brochure holders
Number of Pockets: 3
1 5
  • Three Pockets for Lots of Trifolds & Pamphlets
  • Clear Front Display for Easy Visibility
  • Top Cover Overlaps to Keep Contents Dry


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$70.99 / Each (USD)


Outdoor Information Rack with (3) Pockets Side by Side

This outdoor information rack for business advertising is a way to display and protect promotional materials for a business during “off” hours! This fixture mounts booklets to exterior doors or walls. The outdoor information rack is made of clear acrylic with a black backing so members of the public can see the contents right off the bat! Typically these mounts are used for bank deposit slips or envelopes, ballot collection, and more! A hinged cover keeps the rain, snow, and dust off of the contents. Purchase this indoor information rack, also known as a publication dispenser, for huge savings!


GTIN 840844120393
Overall Width x Height x Depth 15.0" x 16.0" x 2.3"
Pocket Width x Height x Depth 4.3" x 10.0" x 2.0"
Line or Series The Workshop
Material Acrylic
Placement Style Wall Mounted
Features Outdoor
Color Clear, Black
Plastic or Acrylic Thickness 0.1875"
Pocket Type Multi-Pocket
Number of Pockets 3

Ordering Information

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Order by 3PM Eastern Time US for same day shipping.


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We love this outdoor brochure rack holder! It really handles the elements while protecting the information we need to get out. This purchase was actually a replacement for one we purchased several years ago - it took a tropical storm to rip the top off! They're incredibly durable and would recommend to anyone. The speed of the ordering process is also incredible.


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