The headline can be taken literally. Here a Nike Ceiling Swoop flies high and brands the Training Apparel Department. Oversize and a dramatic black color, it dominates the selling floor from every distance. The lighting was perfect to highlight the outfitting … see the Fishing Line suspension from the ceiling. That may be a “thin basis” (pun intended) for a fixturing review, so let’s chalk this one up to Departmental Branding instead. Wonder at the strength of Fishing Line in the gallery of images.
Bunny Branding Exclusive By Jenni Moore sets it apart from other similar signed in-store offerings. The contemporary typography alone just might have carried the day. But the Bunny outline definitely put it over the top. And Bunny playfulness went hand-in-hand with the informality of the apparel. See from various distances in the gallery of images. Popular and well-priced, Jenni Moore is available at Walmart, Sears, and Target. But this particular Bunny Branding Exclusive is limited to Macys.
SaraLee enters the artisan bread game with Artesano and a homespun natural declined wood rack worthy of the name. Declined crate-like shelves maximize the visibility of the merchandise. Note that a slightly shorter front productstop allows the rounded crown of the loaf to rise above, and better define the offering as loaves of bread. The Artesano name is echoed to shelf edges in a firebrand style. Consider the construction from all angles in the gallery of images. Seen at Thomas Family Markets, a Foodtown store, Hazleton PA.
If you are trying to make a name for yourself and your organic teas at public eateries, then make a The Republic of Tea Branded Rack for yourself as here. An odd name, The Republic of Tea, but all the better to stand out in the marketplace and stick in one’s brain. The twin tiered Rack offers twice the selection of a single tier, with better visibility. See for yourself by browsing the gallery of images fresh brewed by FixturesCloseUp. Seen at Panera Bread. For more on Tea Tong use see “7-Inch Bamboo Tea Tongs” by Republic of Tea themselves. After all, as purests, many of the Republic of Tea bag offerings are stringless.
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Just in case you are just the slightest bit queasy about who handles your Tea Bag, The Republic of Tea Branded Tongs in cooperation with Panera Bread offers the solution. No more fishing around for a packet with your hands … who knows where they’ve been. Use the Republic of Tea Branded Tongs for your own sake and that of others. Seen at Panera Bread.
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Calphalon Table Top calls attention to itself and brands loudly no fewer than 3 times in a single Island display. Pots, Pans, Skillets and Stew Pots all cohabit the space well, wth a backdrop reaching out as lifestyle sell. The display and back stock continued to lower levels but I was most enamored of the upper. Focus on the subdisplays in the gallery of images. This Calphalon Table Top seen at Kohls.
The entry door handle branding is decorative, yet suggests bank-like security and stability. For added effect and even ore branding Bailey Banks and Biddle echoes their unicorn logo to the oversize door pulls. No missing them there if you need to reach for, and if doors swung wide as here, the unicorn echoes up and down the Mall concourse. Consider various zooms in the gallery of images. Seen at Bailey Banks and Biddle, King of Prussia Mall, Philadelphia, PA.