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The Portable Tiki Bar

4 January 2010 No Comment

Looking for a tiki bar that you can bring to parties and store in a closet or attic?  This corporate-grade portable tiki bar gives you the best of both worlds – a complete tiki bar and easy portability and storage.  It sets up and packs up in minutes and is stored in three custom carrying bags.  This version is designed for commercial use and is built to withstand additional handling.

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Measuring 60 inches long and 24 inches deep, it includes a roof to complete the tiki look.  It includes two shelves behind the bar for your bartending needs.  The portable tiki bar is perfect for trade shows, poolside lounging, or event planners.

Commercial Grade Design

Designed to handle the rigors of commercial use, the weaved palapa palm roof is built to withstand more frequent handling and storage.  When assembled, the roof adds quite a bit of height to the portable tiki bar – about 84 inches.

The commercial tiki bar skirt is also designed to last – it features a natural reed sewn to a pliable and waterproof material to create a much more durable product. It nicely trims the reed edges and hides the shelves behind the tiki bar, allowing y0u to store promotional materials, music,  or booze behind the bar.

The Super-Portable Tiki Bar

Designed for commercial users that need to be able to transport it frequently, this commercial version of the portable tiki bar includes three storage bags designed by A. Smith & Son, Inc. One bag stores the roof, one bag packs the bar surface and shelves, and the other bag stores the PVC pipe and skirt.

The commercial design also includes five locking wheels for added convenience.

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