Several major chains have silhouetted Flag Systems in place that allow a label element to project into the aisle for better visibility and promotion. Other retailers use Bib or Promo Tags, that adhere or clip to the normal label area, face forward, but provided oversize area for added emphasis. Here is both systems combined. You get a stick-on Bib-Tag facing forward with an integral die-cut flag that folds to perpendicular. The advantage overall is both systems, without the need for extra fixtures to execute. But don’t imaging these are as cheap as Plain Paper Labels or Clip-on Systems with built in Promo Clips. This approach still requires extra cost self-adhesive stock and flag die-cut. What system works best will vary by your individual need. CLICK thumbnail for a closeup view.
Compare Directly to…
“What If Everything Was On Sale?“
For Bib Tag implementations by Title…
“Traditional Adhesive Bib Tags“
“Digital Shelf Edge Price Ticket as Bib Tag“
“Clear Promo Tags Stick-On Glass Shelf“
“Uniweb Hook Updated to Flip-Front Label Holder“
“Promo Flags and Tags Combined”
For related Flag posts see…
“Flag Arm Has Skeg for Stability“
“3-Way Sign Clip Creativity,”
“Odd Holder Violates Silhouette,”
“Shelf Edge Micro Flags”
“Clip Adds Speech Balloon to Merchandiser”
“Promo Flags and Tags Combined” (This Post)
For all Silhouetted sign and label concepts see…
“Silhouetted Tag” for a scrollable list of discussions.
“Silhouetted Strategies Pinterest Board “ for a visual summary.
“Silhouetted Index Page” for all resources and links