Nest Labs is using this interactive end cap display to merchandise its learning thermostats in Tree House Home Improvement stores. This end cap display is constructed from a combination of direct print Sintra panels, reclaimed cedar boards and a metal sub structure for durability and to provide a protective housing for power supply to the displayed thermostats and LED pendant lights. The display is customized with graphics featuring both Nest Labs and Tree House stores. This display was created by OSI Creative, 185 Technology Drive, Irvine, CA 92618; (Web Site) www.osicreative.com


Moen is using this interactive display to demonstrate its MotionSense™ kitchen faucet. The display demonstrates the product’s “touchless,” motion-activated technology without the benefit of having running water in the showrooms. A proprietary circuit board was developed for the demonstration to work with strategically placed MotionSense “wave sensors” on the faucet. The interactive units were initially displayed within Moen Showroom wholesalers and the enthusiastic roll out response led to incremental funding to provide additional displays to Kitchen & Bath dealers and Builder Design Centers across the U.S. This display was created by In-Store Experience, 49 Richmondville Ave.. Westport, CT 06880; (Web Site) www.instoreexperience.com


This Lowe’s food waste disposer display showcases a mix of food waste disposers and hot water dispensers. Understanding that noise is critical in the waste disposer selection process, this display features a custom sound module to assist consumers with their decision-making. This audio module allows consumers to hear the difference of the good-better-best disposer noise options and also gives InSinkErator a chance to upsell consumers to their top-end product, The Evolution Excel®. A vacuum-formed corner display provides shoppers the feel of featured hot water dispensers in a pseudo kitchen-sink environment. This display was created by Diamond Marketing, 2220 Stonebridge Road, West Bend, WI 53095; (Web Site) www.diamondmarketing.net


Spectrum Brands has developed this modular display system, which is flexible to fit any allotted space in retailers across Canada. This display’s modular Cube and Bin/drawer system utilizes only one injection mold to create the ‘Cube’ that houses six individual drawers. The drawers, or Bins, are injection molded in eight different colours which relate to the type of hardware to be merchandised. Each Cube also has the ability to hold interchangeable Graphic Panels, Aisle Violators, and Data Track for UPC/price point. The majority of retailers are using up to 48 Cubes to create a “Stanley Wall” that is 4 Cubes high x 12 Cubes across. This display was created by Marketing Impact Ltd., 50 Planchet, Concord Ontario Canada L4K 2C7; (Web Site) www.displaypeople.com


This Kawasaki display program features a Wall System that expanded to either side, plus back-to-back, and a robust and smartly engineered freestanding display tower, that could be configured to hold parts, engines, or multi-tools.The objective was to develop a new face for the Kawasaki brand across its nationwide network of Independent Lawn and Garden Dealerships. The system provided flexible configurations for each of the unique dealerships. It highlighted numerous set and reset options and featured clever reversible graphics for spring and fall promotions. This display program was created for Kawasaki by Harbor Industries, Inc., 14130 172nd Avenue, Grand Haven MI 49417; (Web Site) www.harbor-ind.com


Ace Hardware wanted to boost battery sales at its larger square footage retail outlets. The Ace Hardware Merchandising Department asked their Duracell Account Executive to develop a new Battery Center program that would provide a category solution that balances the brand equities of Ace Hardware, Duracell and Energizer and the Ace private label brand, Do It Best. This display was created by New Dimensions Research Corp., 260 Spagnoli Road, Melville, New York 11747; (Web Site) www.ndrc.com


This Bash Sledge Hammer Display features a die cut header sign to emphasize the hammer portion of the tool, and shows the product’s key selling points. The display has a holder to allow a hammer to be easily removed and inspected by the consumer. The distinctive neon green color of the hammer is used as an accent for the educational graphic panels that shows the product in use. A counter display was also created for merchandising smaller hammers. These displays were created by Nashville Display, 306 Hartmann Drive, Lebanon, TN 37087; (Web Site) www.nashvilledisplay.com


MasterBrand Cabinets is using this permanent retail display to showcase its Schrock Select and Trademark brands of cabinets. A running video highlights a trend-setting gallery of cabinets for consumers’ inspiration. Multiple cabinet displays have been produced for other lines from MasterBrand Cabinets, Inc., including Thomasville, HomeCrest, Diamond Vibe, Diamond Reflections, and Decora. This display was created by Frank Mayer & Associates, 1975 Wisconsin Ave., Grafton WI 53024; (Web Site) www.frankmayer.com