How to Buy Point of Purchase Displays?
May 1, 2015
Maybe you're a retailer who needs cosmetic displays to feature various sizes jewelry. Or you're an e-cigarette company who needs custom e-cigarette display cases.
Either way, we've got you covered. Here's a short guide to buying point of purchase displays.
1. Tell us what you want.
Do you have a specific design in mind? Maybe you've already seen something you likes, or you need us to recreate a particular display you have, or you have an image of. Either way let us know what you're looking for. We can talk through what we've seen in the past with our other customers, and we can help set appropriate expectations around cost and turnaround time.
2. Know your materials.
Our most common material is acrylic, but it's certainly not the only material you could use for a point of purchase display. There are other types of plastics, each with their own considerations, their own "look" and their own price point. Check out our free display case materials guide if you'd like to learn more.
3. Help us design our point of purchase displays.
We've got decades of experience designing effective point of purchase displays. We've worked with a variety of industries to create units of all shapes and sizes, of all materials and varying uses. Our design process is collaborative - we'll work closely with you to develop exactly what you're looking for.
4. Review prototype.
We'll send you a prototype out of our Virgina-based facility - check out some of our machinery - and then we'll follow-up with you to ensure this is what you are looking for.
5. Discuss shipping method.
We can ship your point of purchase displays to one address, or we can drop-ship to multiple addresses. Whatever is easiest for you - we're happy to discuss your options.