Brand implementation firm Outform integrated the DSA Backlit LED Frameless Fabric Light Box into a retail endcap display in Home Depot stores for Ring, a digital home security systems provider. The large format Backlit LED Frameless Fabric Light Box was designed to fit an outside dimension of 98-3/8″ x 50″ with a custom powder finish of sky white on the aluminum frame. This display was created by DSA Phototech, 16961 Central Avenue, Carson CA 90746; (Web Site)

DeWalt’s introduction of the FlexVolt series of cordless tools required an impactful endcap. This interactive kiosk features an interactive 13-inch HD LCD screen, hands on product interaction with the tool which were tethered securely to the display. The display also featured a giant, vacuum formed replica of a FlexVolt battery. This display was created by Imageworks Display, 415 Wachovia St, Winston-Salem, NC 27101; (Web Site)

3M’s Filtrete wanted to create an innovative merchandising system that would clearly communicate benefits to the shopper. This merchandising system features clean graphics, bright colors, and shopper-friendly language to help distinguish product lines and communicate selling points. 3D visual elements grab and maintain the shopper’s attention. This merchandising system was created by Great Northern Instore, 395 Strobe Rd., Appleton WI 54914; (Web Site)

Focus America Group offers LED backlit acrylic point-of-purchase signs. The signs are available in many stock sizes, and custom sizes are also available. The signs may be used for inline merchandising or window displays. For more information, contact Focus America Group, 11956 Bernardo Plaza Drive, San Diego, CA 92128; (Web Site)

Fred Discount Stores made a significant step-change in their Battery Category Sales by reintroducing Duracell to its product lineup. A large 4′ wide End Cap Display was developed that resembled a Duracell Coppertop 9 volt battery. As the Coppertop was the signpost for the Battery Category, the black shelving and side panels combined with the copper colored header attracted shopper’s attention. This display was created by New Dimensions Research, 260 Spagnoli Road, Melville, NY 11747; (Web Site)

Lowes Hardware is using this display to feature the premium line of Moorefield shower fixtures. The shelf-mountable display simulates a shower stall and uses the actual shower head and controls so customers can try them out. The graphics and gables are printed on styrene, covering the display’s wooden frame that’s designed to support the display’s significant weight. This display was created by Marketing Impact Ltd., 50 Planchet Rd., Concord, Ontario, Canada L4K 2C7; (Web Site)

This WD-40 display features a “shop-around” design that provides great visibility. The display is sturdy to support a heavy product load. The display features prominent brand graphics and is on casters so the display can easily be moved within a store. This display was created by Dunning Display’s, 5 Dunning Lane, N. Walpole, N.H. 03609; (Web Site)

This display demonstrates Amazon’s Alexa voice recognition technology and how it activates other products. The Amazon Echo & Echo Dot portal devices as well as partner products from Ecobee and Sylvania were all included in the platform. The end-cap design launched Amazon’s Echo devices at Lowe’s while highlighting key companion devices and creating excitement surrounding Home Automation category. This display was created by Darko, 26401 Richmond Road, Bedford Heights, OH 44146; (Web Site)