Smallest and best size: 48" L x 18" W x 29" H
Largest size: 72" L x 32" W x 29" H
Cover - Use a vinyl material on the Front Table which goes within
1-2" of the ground on 3 sides and open in the back for easy access
to totes under the table. Use 1 1/2" Spring Paper Clips to
keep it from slipping.
3' x 5' vinyl poster stretched by 4 corners on the back wall in
Are You 100%
8 1/2" x 11" laminated yellow sheet. Is pointed to when
prospects reply that they are already
"Card" tables are a little too big, but can be used.
32" L x 14" W are ideal
A maximum of 2 for a 10 x10 Booth.
Covers - Use a vinyl material on the Counseling Tables which goes
down about 8" on 3 sides and open in the back where the counselor
sits. Use 1 1/2" Spring Paper Clips to keep it from slipping.
Regular metal folding chairs work well. Do not try to use add-on
cushions, they just get in the way. Fabric covered chairs may get
wet if it rains and the booth is outdoors. Simple folding chairs are
"Rental Type" folding chairs are even better. They are
lighter, nest when stacked and take up less room when stacked
horizontally or vertically.
Take at least 6 chairs, 3 at each counseling table. A total of
8 is better, keeping 2 folded for quick employment.
When working outside, use a
canopy. Get the type which do use
tie-downs. Wal-Mart has one for about $100, which is good for
use a few times a year. Sam's has one for about $200 and is good for
heavy use. Costco has one for $220 and is probably the heaviest
duty. Shop and compare, things can change.
Plastic boxes with lids work well to store away things which wind,
rain or dew will damage. If carried in the back of a truck, tie the
lids down. Use Plastic Boxes which are more heavy duty than the