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Stroll’s Simplified Design and Additional Sizes Allow For More Customization
Lebanon, OH, August 2019 — Ghent, a GMi Company is proud to announce the expansion of its best selling mobile glassboard, Stroll. Transform your workspace with new sizes and configurations of Stroll mobile glassboard. The US-based manufacturer has paired a new simplified design with three additional sizes in multiple configurations allowing customers to find the right combination for their space.
The new additions enhance both function and design of office spaces; serving the needs of the modern, mobile workforce. Joining Aria Low Profile Glassboards and Harmony Glassboards with Standoffs, Stroll Mobile Glassboards combines a premium tempered glass writing surface with the mobility desired in today’s offices and conference rooms. With demand for additional sizes and options increasing, three more sizes are now available: 54"H x 36"W, 54"H x 60"W, 72"H x 60"W join the standard 72"H x 36"W unit.
Brighten your space and coordinate with your wall glassboards by choosing one of Ghent’s 13 standard glass colors and 6 optional acoustic fabric panel colors. In addition to the standard options, advanced painting technology allows color matching to any PMS or Sherwin Williams color and is available for no extra charge. Customer owned fabric can be added to Stroll to coordinator with other textiles in the space.
"There is something fun and inherent about dry erase surfaces. They are a safe way for people to put out their thoughts. They allow inclusivity of ideas while verbalizing and visualizing different viewpoints," stated Scott Bowers, Director of Product. "You don’t have to have a finished idea to use a dry erase board. They are an integral part of communication and Stroll takes that collaboration ability on the go with its mobility."
Stroll was created to be multifunctional. By including full length glass, split glass/fabric panels or full, tackable fabric panels on each side, the mobile can be used not only as a glass dry erase surface, but also act as acoustic buffering, a place to post bulletins, or a way to divide space. Use Stroll as a divider between desks, separate different functional zones of a space, or simply provide an extra surface for brainstorming.