14 results for tag: Floor Displays
A global consumer foods company partnered with Imagine! to create a dynamic and colorful set of pallet decor designed to stop traffic and drive action alley impulse purchases.
Pop up displays are versatile, lightweight, foldable products that can be shipped flat resulting in a more manageable kit size.
Dairy Queen sought an attention-grabbing display to promote its new Jurassic World-themed Blizzard treat and coincide with the release of the summer blockbuster.
T-Mobile was on the hunt for a well-designed merchandise display that would generate a sales lift for its prepaid category.
A Hawaiian brewing company was searching for an inspirational display to call attention to its alcoholic beverages in retail stores across the country.
One of America’s largest grocery retailers came to Imagine! in search of a temporary floor display to be used for a seasonal marketing campaign. The display solution would be versioned across its various store banners and accommodate a variety of floorplans and featured products.
We're past the point where omni-channel strategies are seen as an option for brands. Now it's integral to success.
The “point” of point-of-purchase displays is to drive a “purchase.” Focus on getting the shopper to pick up your product and take it to the checkout.
Your stores and locations are different, and your promotions vary. What if you could have one temporary display with interchangeable sections?
Imagine! Print Solutions worked alongside Cricket and its advertising agency TPN to produce a floor display showcasing Cricket’s prepaid cell phone lineup.