The cold weather typically has arrived by Thanksgiving, so time to visual merchandise warm winter Pajamas for toddlers in store. Stuffing the PJs gives lifelike proportions to the merchandise itself, and plucks the heartstrings of passing parents. Chock this display concept up to store staff, and look close to see all held in place casually on the Grid by Binder Clips. CLICK the gallery for zooms in a Warehouse Club environment.
A multi-faceted approach to marketing here. Would you purchase because it supplies Binder Clips, Paper Clips and Push Pins for all your needs, is equipped with separate containers for each offering, or because a cool JigSaw Puzzle Package in its own right? I am always fascinated by add-on self-merchandising enhancements like these. Only belatedly did I wonder if these interlocked in both directions, vertically and horizontally. If so users might be tempted to buy additional sets to create a plain of interlocking compartments. Hookery is a 2-Piece Plastic Backplate Scan Hook for Pegboard.
Normally you would not have any need for Vertical Pegboard Display and Straight Entry Hooking of Paper Clips. But these Nate Berkus® Project Clips are the exception not the rule. Better visibility and merchandising surely would entice increased sale of designer Paper Clips as a fun adjunct to plain old ordinary boxed Paper Clips. CLICK the thumbnail for alternate view and follow Paper Clips and Straight Entry below.
If your dress shirts and apparel items lie flat and lifeless, try fluffing up the display by accordion’ng the items with Paper Clips as the fastener. Its easy to do and provides a new look for those flat and tied old stacks of shirts. Do realize that for the items to bow and spring open like this, you need you need shirts with cardboard inners. Don’t crease the cardboard or you will loose the bouncy look. Pedestal for display is optional.
A demonstration that small items need and benefit from shelf organization. How much less appealing and visible these office supplies would be without the order imposed by shelf dividers, in this case open wire fencing. Of course there are many other options both higher in cost (clear Acrylic molded?) and lower (extruded plastic and opaque mini-molded?). Each has advantages and disadvantages you must judge for yourself. I suggest that here, wire fencing was easily available and pressed into service for the benefits it could provide without the cost of ordering specific shelf management for such low cost items as paper clips.