This in-store dining venue knows its market well. The store attracts many young-marrieds for assemble-yourself contemporary furniture. Good for the early budget. Good furnishings for youngsters who will quickly outgrow. You can bet at some point the tag-along kids will get hungry in the store, and a $2.99 IKEA Kids Meal would be perfect. Of course higher-margin drinks and parents meals would round out the purchase with a profit. So every cart gets a Kid’s Meal flag. Note the “special” is an applied label, so offers can be changed quickly and easily. Pretty smart these Scandanavian retailers.
Shopping Carts and Cart Conveniences by Title…
“Cart Cup Holder Cuts Caffeine“
“Shopping Cart Flags at IKEA”
“Shopping Cart Cup Amenity”
“Second Gen Cart & Cup Holder”
“Tiny Cart for Short Shopping Lists“
“Kayak-Sized Shopping Cart“
“Don’t Bag the Baby Cart Warning“
“Amenity as Retail Selling Point“
For Shopping Carts and Cart Convenience resources see…
“Shopping Carts & Conveniences Tag” for a scrollable list of posts.
“Shopping Carts & Conveniences Pinterest Board“ for a visual summary.
“Shopping Cart & Conveniences Index Page” for all resources and links
For V.I.P. Amenity ideas by Title see…
“Horse and Buggy Parking Only”
“VIP Still Shopping Tag“
“Shopper Decision-making Aids“
“No Smoking. Have a Mint Instead!“
“This-Just-In Faceout Tag“
“Well-Heeled and Well-Horned”
“Unrivaled Cosmetics Support“
“Tester Strip Vase and Catch Tray”
“Handicapped Store Front Decal“
“Designer Shoe Vending Machine“
“Fresnel Lens as Upscale Magnifier“
“Truly Friendly Store Navigation”
For V.I.P. Courtesy resources see…
“V.I.P.Courtesy Tag” for a scrolling list of discussions.
“V.I.P. Courtesy in Retail Pinterest Board“ for a visual summary.
“V.I.P.Courtesy in Retail Index Page” for all resources and links