You may already be planning to commemorate more than one transaction in your deal toy.
There are any number of circumstances in which commemorating multiple, though related, transactions in a single deal toy makes obvious sense.
Aggregating multiple transactions like this can also save you both time and money.
Tombstone “Graveyards” and Deal Backlog
“Graveyard” tombstones offer a cost-effective means of aggregating deals. They are useful in clearing up a backlog of “untombstoned” transactions, or as marketing pieces to highlight deals in a specific sector or region. (For more on graveyard pieces, see below).
The individual blocks shown above, all representing separate transactions, in assembled form.
The initial piece in a design meant to accommodate a series of transactions.
The prism design here is a recent example of three related–though independent–transactions being combined in a single deal toy. The other two transactions are shown below.
Prism-shaped deal toy commemorating two transactions tied to the purchase of the Munich Marriott.
Prism-shaped tombstone combining two transactions in the energy sector.
Biotech deal toy incorporating two transactions.
Lucite prism commemorating two real estate transactions.
Rectangular tombstone with two transactions.
Lucite rectangle with shadow box commemorating two transactions.
Two-transaction deal toy with cut-plexi logo.
Crystal tombstone with two transactions.
Surfboard-themed deal toying tying two transactions involving SurfStitch.
Essar is one of India’s top steel producers.
Solar-themed two-transaction design.
Logo-themed tombstone commemorating two transactions.
A map of Germany provides the centerpiece for this two-transaction design.
Two-deal tombstone featuring the logo of Maryland-based Doctors Community Hospital rendered in cut plexi.
The pill theme ties together two transactions in the Australian pharmaceutical sector.
Puzzle-themed two-tombstone design
Hinged deal toy design incorporating two transactions.
Spinning cube design can accommodate—and display–multiple transactions.
A spinning element enables multiple deals to be displayed in this design.
Puzzle-piece combining four separate pieces and commemorating three deals.
Another variation of puzzle-themed design uniting three transactions.
A modular design for linking multiple, related tombstones.
Another view of a modular design.
Modular acrylic tombstone dovetailing three separate transactions.