“Everything to gain; nothing to lose”? Creative Products at Spring Fair 2017

by | Dec 15, 2016 | Community, News | 0 comments

“Everything to gain; nothing to lose” is rare, but TV merchandising expert, Creative Products (stand number Hall 9 B36/C37 at Spring Fair) supplies just that to DIY independents, garden centres, cookshops, large retail chains and department stores.? It provides a fully serviced merchandising system where products are supplied, promoted, merchandised and if necessary replaced sale or return.

Creative Products offers a range of inspirational kitchen, garden, DIY and housewares gadgets presented in an explanatory, experiential manner.? Supported with top quality TV screen demonstrations incorporated into the merchandising stand, they prove great for both impulse and gift.

The real attraction is that all merchandising stands including TV promotional content are supplied on loan free of charge and supported every four weeks by Creative Products personnel.? Each support visit includes an assessment of sales, a change of product if appropriate and full credit supplied for anything unsold.

Retailers can try combinations of products, depending on their customer profile and footfall.? Creative Products can supply individually tailored 12-month promotional programmes to reflect the retailer?s profile as well as consumer trends and seasonality.

Interested retailers should contact 01476 564 230 or sales@creativeproducts.ltd.uk.

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