TUUCI to feature expansive shade offerings during HD Expo
Casual Living Staff -- Casual Living, April 17, 2013
MIAMI - TUUCI will feature expansive and stylish shade - which the company said is one of the strongest revenue enhancers for hospitality venues - during the HD Expo May 15-17 in Las Vegas.
TUUCI's Plantation MAX cantilever in Java Aluma-TEAK
The manufacturer of highly-engineered shade systems will have on hand its signature dual-cantilever offerings that create relaxing spaces that "encourage visitors to linger longer, spend more and return frequently," according to a press release.
"Nothing enhances an outdoor space like a beautifully designed parasol," said Dougan Clarke, CEO and founder of TUUCI. "Our hotel, resort and restaurant customers consistently enjoy increased revenues when they add shade to pools and outdoor dining and gathering areas. Plus, through thoughtful design, our systems are easy to use with very low maintenance costs."
Leading the display list for TUUCI in Booth 3829 is the Plantation MAX dual cantilever in Weathered Aluma-TEAK, which is TUUCI's state-of-the-art hardwood finish. Combined with TUUCI's Armor-Wall Aluminum, Aluma-TEAK appears as hardwood yet outlasts wood and is virtually maintenance free.
Also offering expansive, luxurious shade options in the TUUCI booth is the Plantation MAX F-1 in Java Aluma-TEAK. The F-1 MAX is TUUCI's most durable and wind-resistant design. Featuring high-tension stainless steel reinforcement cables, Armor-Wall-Aluminum Construction and tensioned stainless steel pocket construction, this parasol is built to withstand more than 65 mph of wind force. Mounted directly into the ground with reinforced concrete and steel anchors, the F-1 MAX will survive severe elements.
"Meeting the needs of the hospitality industry is in the DNA of TUUCI where our focus has always been on creating shade structures that are of exceptional beauty, yet ruggedly dependable," Clarke said. "The HD Expo is an ideal setting for owners and managers to learn more about how they can incorporate shade into outdoor spaces in a way that's profitable for the bottom line and brings smiles to the faces of their guests."