Excalibur Exhibits Receives 2007 BMA Lantern Award for Large Exhibit Design

Excalibur Exhibits is pleased to announce that the Cameron exhibit for the Offshore Technology Conference was awarded the 2007 BMA Lantern Award for Trade Shows, Exhibits and Special Events – Large Exhibit. The BMA Lantern Awards is the premier business-to-business marketing communication event in Texas and honors those who have created B-to-B marketing initiatives that reflect the spirit of excellence. “It is exciting to be granted this recognition and most importantly, this highlights Excalibur’s excellence in creative design and fabrication”, said Peggy Swords, President. Excalibur was honored during the recent Awards Dinner held in Houston. Excalibur Exhibits also won the Lantern Award in 2006 for their design for Cemex at World of Concrete and the 2006 AMA Crystal Award for the Weatherford design at the 2006 Offshore Technology Conference.


Founded in 1997, Excalibur Exhibits is a full-service tradeshow and event marketing firm that specializes in creating memorable environments that make a big impact. From award-winning design and tradeshow management, to client appreciation events and unique promotional campaigns, Excalibur Exhibits helps its clients get the right message to the right audience, every time. Excalibur Exhibits is headquartered in Houston, certified as a woman-owned business, and a member of the OSPI Network.

Peggy Swords

About Peggy Swords

Peggy Swords is the founder and president of Excalibur Exhibits, a $10 million Houston-based exhibit manufacturing and production corporation. Excalibur Exhibits designs, builds, delivers, assembles and disassembles as many as 300 exhibits per year. Swords was named as a finalist for NAWBO Houston 2003 Woman Business Owner of the Year and 2005 Enterprising Woman of the Year Finalist. Additionally, Excalibur Exhibits is a five time member of the Inc 5000, a three time member of the LSU100 and a two time member of the Houston Fast 100, a list of fastest growing privately held companies.