Is your marketing team struggling to come up with end cap display ideas to boost sales in stores? You may just need a few good examples. A successful end cap display should be bright, colorful, and include the right combination of text and printed images to grab attention and get your message across in mere seconds. End cap displays are often used to promote new products, seasonal items, or popular merchandise with brand appeal. If you’re still looking for end cap display ideas, the following six creative examples should give your in-store marketing team a good place to start.
- Batteries in Just the Right Places
The majority of products these days need batteries, so why not remind customers to grab them? We’ve seen countless examples of vendors promoting their batteries with end caps placed near electronics products that require them.
- Soda to Quench the Thirst
It’s typical to see Coke on sale one week and Pepsi on sale the next. In either case, soda companies (both big brands and smaller outfits) often use end caps to remind customers of their thirst, whether the soda’s on sale or not. The end of a snack aisle is an ideal location. What goes better with a salty snack than a fizzy soda, after all?