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May 9, 2014
Field-telephone exhibition
in honor of the Victory Day
On a victory Day on the 9th of May MSG Agency has carried out an outstanding exhibition of field-telephones for its regular client – Museum of the Telephone History (Mastertel LLC)
On a victory Day on the 9th of May MSG Agency has carried out an outstanding exhibition of field-telephones for its regular client – Museum of the Telephone History («Mastertel» LLC)
alace Square turned into the heart of the gala event dedicated to an extensive 9th of May celebration. And this was the very place of the exhibition at the same. Our mission was to prepare the whole field-telephones exhibition on the Palace Square, create and implement venue decoration and provide interactive activities.

Victory Day is an extremely important festive day in our country. The 9th of May is a reflection of all that power, moral courage and mightiness of ordinary people sticking together in the hard times their country was living through and bravely defending their motherland. Our managers did their best to give the project 100% performance and making it really memorable. The challenge was to attract people’s attention to the exhibition having a fabulous parade in the morning and impressive evening fireworks – all at the same day. Exhibition showpieces were really remarkable, interesting and noteworthy. We planned the event to be all about patriotism and pride in the motherland. And we succeeded. Wartime’s songs performed by accordion player at the halt welcomed our guests. Communicator wearing a Great Patriotic War uniform prepared a master class for numerous guests revealing curious details about telephones functioning and even ways to get electric charge within field conditions (just using a potato, a lemon, several coins and nickel nails!)

The whole display focal point was a real military tent guarded by two deterrent look antitank hedgehogs – special military fencing. The tent looked more like a small secret headquarters. From time to time the shades of the improvised room revealed some of the field-telephones enclosed in the transparent boxes. Guides wearing military uniform led the guests through the history of those devices. Exhibition was a great place of interest for all – the adults as well as the youngsters, yet the veterans deserved special attention. They received a bouquet of carnations and gift calendars dedicated to the Grand Holiday as they entered the tent. We were lucky to place all interactive zones and decorations on the decent 120 square meters. The exhibition was a great success attracting lots of people from Palace Square. Exhibition guests also received invitations to the Museum of the Telephone History. We know it for sure – the Museum will see a considerable attendance increase after this event!

Exhibition patron - Museum of the Telephone History - was more than satisfied with the event. By the way, the Museum opening was also supported by MSG and initiated by Mastertel telephone company - one of our regular clients.