72 x 36-inch Enclosed Cork Board with 3 Locking Doors - Walnut
- Lockable hinged doors with shatter-resistant acrylic keeps messages from being tampered with
- Wood frame with cassic style walnut finish looks upscale in any environment
- Large cork surface allows for many messages to be posted at once
- Acrylic panels protect postings
72" x 36" Tack Board: Enclosed Front Walnut
This message center, tack board is large and features 3 sections, allowing you to organize your information accordingly. This tack board features a classic and upscale design, making your information noticeable, plus appealing. Position your tack board in any office or academic building to exhibit schedules, notes, or memos. A tack board, also known as a cork board, is ideal for hospitals, churches, government agencies, libraries and universities. Displays2go partners with Ghent to bring you this deluxe, US manufactured enclosed cork board display. Ghent is a premier manufacturer and marketer of American made visual communication products and specialty furniture, since 1976.
A tack board, such as a bulletin board, is high quality at an economical price. Multiple doors on this tack board allow for fast and easy notice changes. These tack boards feature a finely ground cork surface. Any push pins, tacks, or staples will hold firmly to the tack board's cork surface. Interior case depth is 7/8". The unit is 72"w x 36"h, while its three doors are 24" wide x 36" h. This tack board is for indoor use only. Four corner mounting holes are located on the rear of the display for the mounting hardware of your choice (hardware not included). Professional Installation is required.
|Overall Width x Height x Depth||72.0" x 36.0" x 2.3"|
|Placement Style||Wall Mounted|
|Loading or Door Style||Swing-Open|
|Common Size||72" x 36"|
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WARNING: This product can expose you to Titanium Dioxide, which is known to the State of California to cause Cancer. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov.