Island Display

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Island Display

In retail, the prominent display of products away from other products to increase their visibility. An island display may be at the end of an aisle, by itself in the middle of a store, or in any other highly noticeable place.
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Consumers can learn about the full range of Unilever products participating in the program through in-store signage, island displays, and in-store announcements.
11n wireless connectivity for difficult-to-cable signage, such as in island displays.
The Foleshill Road island displays a blue ribbon to signify they were made locally.
Isla--The Isla system of island displays uses a modular design, allowing retailers flexibility in selecting from a number of attractive display platforms to design their own custom merchandising islands, creating centers of excitement throughout their stores.
Mid-size island displays (20 feet by 20 feet or 20 feet by 40 feet) for trade shows are SouthShore's focus.
In-store: Large island displays featuring full line of products and often endcap displays as well.
Exhibit systems that can be huge island displays or a small 10' x 10' foot booth to fit it with today's tighter marketing budgets,
Isla - The Isla system of island displays uses a modular design allowing retailers flexibility in selecting from a number of attractive display platforms to design their own custom merchandising islands, creating centers of excitement throughout their stores.
Also popular are refrigerated island displays in the produce area that are designed to extend shelf life and emphasize freshness.
Feldman offered $1,400 grills with free island displays, something unheard of a few years ago.
THEY CREATED LITTLE ISLAND DISPLAYS ON PLANTS AND ATTACHED BALLOONS TO IT.
These are not desert island displays to which patrons are required to traverse inordinate courses irrespective of impediments in order to get what the ticket purportedly offers.