1. Short book racks conveniently display the fronts of children's books so those too young to read can choose a story based on the cover picture rather than the title on the spine. By making books more accessible, you can foster a lifetime love of reading in your kids.
2. Paperback rotating racks make sure your Westerns don't mix with your sci-fi novels to devastating ends. You can store and organize your small books in a small space to maximize your inventory and meet the genre-specific needs of all your readers.
3. News, muscle, wedding, gossip, fashion, science, or literature - there's a magazine for every interest, and we offer various kinds of literature racks to keep them all attractively organized so your readers can learn more about their favorite topics.
4. Protect your patients' private health information and stay HIPAA-compliant by installing chart and file racks in your medical office. These racks are also great for discreetly storing confidential government files stamped "Top Secret."
5. Brochure racks organize maps at the visitor's center, advertising materials in a store or office entryway, tourist opportunities in the hotel lobby, or informational pamphlets at a doctor's office or religious institution. Choose a rack with adjustable slots if you'll be displaying brochures of different sizes.
6. Stationary floor racks can hold a large inventory of brochures, and wall-mounted versions save space in small foyers. If you live in a small town where the biggest attraction is the World's Largest (insert item here), you might consider a countertop rack that holds just a few brochures.
7. Whether your readers want to keep up on the latest news or gossip, know more about the business or sports world, or simply get this week's TV guide and coupons, our newspaper racks will stack tabloids and free or for-sale publications in tidy columns.
8. Choose clear acrylic racks for colorful brochures to ensure that the focus is on the contents. Keep style in mind when choosing the right literature racks for your needs. Wood racks have a more traditional, welcoming feel, whereas steel and metal racks for newspapers or books last longer and are more utilitarian.