2-Pocket MDF Brochure Holder, 4"w, Tabletop, Ships Flat - Plywood
2 Pocket Brochure Holder for Information Centers
Color: Natural
  • Melamine Laminated Plywood Panels
  • Collapsible Slotted Design
  • Clear Acrylic Front
  • 4x9 Brochures


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Counter Top 2-Pocket Flyer Holder with Interlocking Wood Finish Panels

This counter top 2-pocket flyer holder features a simple design with interlocking slotted panels that require no tools for assembly or breakdown. Each desktop pamphlet display is made of natural finish plywood with a durable melamine coating. The collapsible 2-pocket flyer holder has two sections sized to hold standard 4" x 9" trifold brochures. This lightweight, collapsible literature display is perfect for use at point of sale locations, at trade shows, or in commercial and professional business environments. This 2-pocket flyer holder's interlocking design allows the lightweight natural finish brochure stand to store and transport flat to save space. This point of sale literature display is an ideal way to attract customer attention to sales and service pamplets as well as menus and informational literature.


Overall Width x Height x Depth 9.8" x 7.8" x 5.6"
Pocket Width x Height x Depth 4.0" x 7.0" x 3.1"
Weight 0.40lbs
Material Acrylic, Plywood, Melamine
Placement Style Counter/Tabletop
Color Natural
Plastic or Acrylic Thickness 0.125"
Pocket Type Multi-Pocket
Number of Pockets 2

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prop 65 warning WARNING: This product can expose you to Ethyl Acrylate, which is known to the State of California to cause Cancer. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.

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