Normally the challenge of this Some Assembly Required Kitchen Cart might be down played. But the fact that it also folds might make the unassembled nature part of the sales appeal. It seems all the more portable and collapsable with the assembly emphasized. Consider the loose parts in the Some Assembly Required Kitchen Cart gallery of images. This do-it-yourself approach to merchandising seen at Bed Bath and Beyond.
Simply Human offers first-hand in-store engagement with this Touch-Free Try-Me Foam Soap Dispenser. Get a dollop of foam soap with just a wave of your hand, providing a hand-washing assist as well as keeping finger prints off the bathroom fixtures. The simplicity of the display is to be admired. Look close to see the blue WiFi-like icon above the Dispenser photo to convey “wireless” (i.e., touchless) operation. This Touch-Free Try-Me Foam Soap Dispenser seen at Bed Bath and Beyond.
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Plastic plates present a pretty picture when properly presented (Cool alliteration, eh?). Shelf Management and Auto Feed fixtures can help. Here clear Acrylic Dividers contain and organize pairs of color coordinated plastic plate offerings. Lane-center pusher systems keep all forwarded and faced. T-Stops fronting the dividers and Pusher Paddle Extensions tailor the system to the demands of oversize circular objects. Cress up the plate offering with colorful plastic utensils. hook hung directly above. Seen in the fixtures showroom of Trion Industries Inc.