A highly specialized hook this. Note that the main frontwires supporting the load are of a heavier gauge than the balance of the fixture. My only critique might be the distracting placement of the label holder mount centered directly on the skateboard graphic. Though you and I might not relate, the demographic targeted does. Placing the label holder off center, or above and to the rear would improve visibility, desirability and salability of the art.
Look closely to see that the two Back Bars in use are designed for different style plug-in hooks. The beauty of the best bar merchandiser systems is that components are cross compatible with all manufacturers. You might make that a spec in your bid, as well as the requirement for clip-in Universal Mounts that fit all gondola types without threaded fasteners.
For Skateboard Merchandising itself SEE…
“Skateboards Bar Mount”
“Skateboards on End”
“Skateboard Wall Parquet”
“Skateboards As Retail Shelves”
“Skaterboy Wallet Slides and Grinds”
For a Pinterest Skateboard summary see…
“Skateboards in Retail“
For related Literature Rack coverage SEE…
“Hinge Adjusts Literature Rack Width“
“Literature Rack Employs Safety Belts”
“Selling ‘How to’ At The Shelf Edge”
“Literature Holder Sells Toys Instead”
“In-Your-Face Book Rack Arm”
“Three Mailers, One Rack”
For additional displays of other families of products SEE..
“Simple Simon, Racks for a Pieman”
“Elizabethan Pet Collar Display”
“How to Display a Family of Items“
“Umbrella Waterfall Rack Arm for Grid”
“Outlandish Stepped J-Hook”
“Under-Shelf Waterfall J-Hook Solution“
“Drop-Arm Scan Hook for Pegboard“
“Jagged Serrated Waterfall Hook“
“Hoop Hook, I Ask?“
“How to Sell Skateboards”
“PowerWing Sells Belts and Ties“.
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