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Las Vegas Mannequins
3900 West Desert Inn Road
Las Vegas, NV 89102

tel: (702) 987-5830
fax: (702) 838-4463

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Las Vegas Mannequins
Seeing the value in a Las Vegas–based provider of mannequins, entrepreneur Alison Wainwright founded Las Vegas Mannequins as a part-time venture in 2004. In just a little more than a decade, the company has grown into the premier source for high-end designer and basic mannequins for purchase or rent.

One of the few companies that do mannequin rentals as well as sales, Las Vegas Mannequins rents its products to businesses and major trade shows throughout the country. In addition to mannequins and a variety of wigs with many lengths, materials and purposes, the company’s large rental inventory has common and unique items, from glass cases and pedestals to steamers and mannequin accessories and even select store fixtures.

Able to create custom mannequins, Las Vegas Mannequins has done so for companies like Fox Racing, Reebok, Columbia, TAPOUT and Mutant Apparel. Helping clients choose the exact style and positioning they need, taking measurements and making prototypes before mass production, Las Vegas Mannequins allows small minimum orders so clients get a custom look without going over budget.

The Las Vegas Mannequins team also builds custom kiosks like point-of-purchase displays, ticket and information kiosks and sales displays for jewelry and apparel. The team works with clients throughout the design and fabrication process, meeting on location and navigating all the rules and regulations of the install locale whether it is a mall, casino or specialty store.

Recently venturing into complete store build outs, Las Vegas Mannequins designs how stores display products in a functional way. Clients have included local clothing stores, wedding stores, a sports fitness franchise and Cheese Boy Comics, which wanted custom shelving of large pieces of cheese.

Las Vegas Mannequins also builds custom acrylic cases for museums and galleries and has done specialty fabrication displays, such as the base for Def Leppard’s drum set at the Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas, featuring touch screens, graphics and acrylics.
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