MARKETINGIMPACT-STANLEY-PADLOCK_FLOORSTAND

Stanley Canada wanted a functional and exciting display to showcase their line-up of combination and key locks. The foundation of the display is a solid metal frame with a grid matrix on both sides which allows the unit to be shopped from 2 sides. Durable 3D plastic components and printed panels wrap the frame and create a dynamic tool that highlights the strength and integrity of Stanley locks. This display was created by Marketing Impact Limited, 50 Planchet Rd., Concord, Ontario, Canada L4K 2C7; (Web Site) www.displaypeople.com


NASHVILLE-POP-DECO1

Hardware Resources is using this display to merchandise its decorative hardware. Cabinet and drawer handles and pulls are displayed on drawer fronts. The hardware displayed on the drawer front is stocked in the drawer. This display was created by Nashville Display, 306 Hartmann Dr., Lebanon, TN 37087; (Web Site) www.nashvilledisplay.com


DUCO-HARDWARE

DUCO’s Premier Series LCD Media Players offer unsurpassed visual impact with 720p high-definition resolution. All DUCO media players are designed, engineered and manufactured especially for the P-O-P industry. Features & Capabilities include: Screen Sizes: 10.1″, 7.0″ & 4.3″, Extra Wide Viewing Angles, 10.1″ & 7.0″ – Touch Screen Capable, Android models are capable of using up to 10 push buttons, a motion sensor & looping video, 512MB Internal Memory, and AC/DC Powered. For more information, contact DUCO Technologies, 191 N. Gibson Rd., Henderson, NV 89014; (Web Site) www.ducotech.com


FRANKMAYER-GE-LIGHTING-DISPLAY_72DPI

Educating the consumer on GE’s advanced LED technology of energy efficient LED and halogen lighting is the key component of the GE Lighting display. The in-aisle display aids consumers in the decision making process to identify the type of bulb recommended for their needs. A large illuminated front graphic area and dimmer switch allow a customer to test each of the different bulb’s hues in a variety of lighting settings for the home. This display was created by Frank Mayer and Associates, 1975 Wisconsin Ave., Grafton, WI 53024; (Web Site) www.frankmayer.com


NEWDIMENSIONS-CHECKOUT UNIT

Duracell needed a front-end battery display that would appear to reinforce batteries as an impulse buy. The display unit needed to allow the customer quick and easy access as they were approaching the register and then continuing down the shopping belt. The display unit also had to be designed to give the customer a clear sightline to register lights. The display ships fully assembled with shelves in place to reduce set-up time by over 50% and increase compliance rates. This display was created by New Dimensions Research Corp., 260 Spagnoli Road, Melville, NY 11747; (Web Site) www.ndrc.com


DUNNING-WD40

Dunning Display’s designed this permanent display for WD-40. It is made from hardwood and capable of carrying over 100 pounds. This stand-alone display offers full visibility and terrific graphic options. It is on locking castor wheels and can easily be strategically positioned in stores. This display was created by Dunning Displays, 5 Dunning Lane, No. Walpole, NH 03609; (Web Site) www.dunningdisplays.com


MCINTYRE METAL-NEWELL BRANDS

Newell Brands needed to update their power tool accessory display which resides in the pro section at Lowes. After putting together several concepts a design was chosen which is co-branded between Irwin and Lenox. This display has a unique look and holds a variety of product which has resulted in an increase of impulse sales and brand recognition. This display was created by McIntyre Metals, 310 Kendall Mill Rd., Thomasville, NC 27360; (Web Site) www.mcmetals.com


DSA-HARKENVALUELED

Harken, a leading manufacturer of sailing hardware and accessories, incorporated two LED Light Boxes in an eye-catching end cap display. These LED Light Boxes, in a 16″ x 20″ graphic size, provide bright white LED illumination at an economical price point. For more information about light boxes, contact DSA Phototech, 16961 Central Ave., Carson CA 90746; (Web Site) www.lightboxes.com