Ignorant of such choices personally, I looked long and hard at this Playtex® offering of alternate Baby Bottle and Nipple styles. The tag lines pitch both and tell you that your baby has a “unique preference” that can and should be shopped and satisfied here. Your breasts are unique to you. Why not the baby bottle and nipple which follow it its footsteps? Browse the display seen at Toys ‘R Us.
A line of Body Forms debuts Baby Body Currieries choices. Need a side view? The Body Forms are Ball-Bearing mounted on Saddle-Mount Faceout Arms for Bar. Pin-Stopped, the Ball Beraing is a secure support, that nevertheless allows pivoting, and the full removal of Body Forms if lifted vertically. Step through the gallery of images for views. Seen at Toys ‘R Us.
As junior grows you know you are going to have to trade up in car seats. Toys ‘R Us recognizes the sale opportunity with a Car Seat Trade In pitch of “Out with the old. Save on the new.” And while this display better served the Exit than Entrance, it nevertheless offer support for an acknowledged need … Car Safety Seats sized for the job and occupant. After all, safety first.
Individual Clear Acrylic Pedestals individually help define alternate Baby Monitor choices offer under the ATT mHealth brand banner. The brand background and main line color is high-visibility orange, while pedestals and the overall C-Channel front are highlighted in blue. An interesting contrast. Seen at Toys ‘R Us. Browse the pedestals, C-Channel and monitor offerings in the gallery of images. Additional choices available in-store.
When collapsed these Baby Carriages are so compact that you must admit a massed display helps give them presence in the store. The circular Rack eases traffic flow by and around, while increasing massing all the more. See that the sign atop offers a BOGO in case your twos do not get along and need to be pushed separately.
Copywriter that I am, I might have “cut to the chase” and started with “No Jumping, Running or Climbing Allowed.” A less detailed “You Are Responsible For Your Child’s Safety” could have made the admonition personal. No need to name the offenders. What do you think? Or perhaps you prefer the long-copy version? See a second view in the Thumbnail at right.
A nicely done C-Channel-Mount Shelf-Edge Catalog that covers all the baby bases. Sophisticated full color printing on heavy cover stock. Tabbed sections so it is obvious there are other choices to be discussed. A powdercoated metal easel with binder rings to organize and present all, and even a plain paper label strip to hold pricing. All this as a cross sell from baby bottles to pacifiers down the aisle.