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Outdoor Magazine Holder with Ground Spike, 8.5"w, Single Pocket, Hinged Lid - Black

Steel and acrylic outdoor flyer holder with lawn stake
  • Thick 51” Steel Spike for Sturdy Ground Placement
  • 2-Part Pole for Easy Storage
  • Weather-Resistant Materials
  • Container Holds 8.5" x 11" Media
  • Easy Assembly


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$34.70 / Each (USD)


Outdoor Brochure Holder with Lawn Stake and Pull-Apart Post for 8.5” x 11” Publications

Whether you’re a realtor with real estate information to distribute, an event planner, or anyone with flyers to display, this outdoor brochure holder with lawn stake is a great way to put your message in front of the public. The painted black spike is easy to set in the ground and designed to stand up to the elements. In addition, this freestanding brochure holder with lawn stake is built from materials that resist wear and tear during outside use. Display real estate flyers on your properties or use anywhere with soft ground to distribute literature up to 8.5” by 11” in size. The black steel base comes in two pieces, snapping together and pulling apart quickly for easy storage - perfect for the realtor on the go. Pick up this brochure holder with lawn stake and get your printed literature into more hands than ever.


Overall Width x Height x Depth 10.0" x 54.0" x 4.3"
Pocket Width x Height x Depth 9.3" x 11.5" x 3.0"
Weight 5.0lbs
Material Steel, Plastic
Placement Style Stake / Spear Base
Media Size 8.5" x 11"
Loading or Door Style Top Insert
Features Outdoor
Color Clear, Black
Pocket Type Single Pocket
Number of Pockets 1

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