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5 Time & Money Saving Tips for Changing Up your Seasonal Displays

Are you tired of boring store displays that just aren’t attracting customers? Well, it’s time to shake things up with magnets! Adams’ versatile MAGbond Magnet Sign System is the perfect way to add some excitement to your store displays and draw in those shoppers. With a strong magnetic hold, you can easily attach MAGbond® magnet receptive sign material to a magnet sheet base for a quick and eye-catching display.

But wait, there’s more! MAGbond® signs are also super easy to update. They can be replaced in seconds – just peel off the old magnet receptive graphic layer from the magnetic backing and put up the new one. Or you can even roll the new sign right over the previous one.

And did we mention MAGbond® receptive sheets are available up to 60” wide?

So why settle for ho-hum displays when you can easily jazz things up with MAGbond®? Give your store that extra appeal it needs and watch those customers come flocking in. It’s magnet magic, baby!

Key points break down:

  • The importance of in-store marketing: Despite online shopping, physical stores still hold significant power.
  • 70% of purchase decisions are made in-store, offering a prime opportunity for retailers to influence customers.
  • In-store displays are a powerful tool: They can capture attention and influence buying behavior.
  • Traditional signage has drawbacks: Paper/cardboard signs are easily damaged and digital displays can be expensive.
  • The solution: Adams MAGbond® Magnet Media System: This system uses flexible magnet and magnet receptive sheets and for signage, offering several benefits:
    • Durable and reusable: No damage or need for tape/adhesive.
    • Easy to replace: Signs can be swapped quickly for promotions or new arrivals.
    • Cost-effective: Long-term savings compared to disposable signs.

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Tis’ the season for holiday display changes, new themed signage and Mariah Carey’s “All I want for Christmas is You” playing on a constant loop. Not to mention the never-ending nightmare of screwdrivers, nails, glue, and paint.

There are some visual merchandising pros among us with all the time and resources to spend weeks on their latest planogram. Most of us are still looking for a fast and easy way to make seasonal transitions, whether you are a corporate, franchise or singular shop; time is money.

Step 1. Develop a Design Plan: Not everyone has access to a visual merchandising team or a planogram, if you do, consider yourself lucky. Start by writing out what changes you’d like to incorporate. Make a supplies list: include the supplies you will need to purchase and what supplies you have on hand.

2. Think Long Term: You might not want to use the same displays year in and year out but think about how this design plan can serve for future seasons. Consider investing in a display and signage system like MAGbond Magnet Media System, which uses high-quality graphics overlaid on magnets. The magnet base is a one-time installation that makes switching display materials a breeze.

3. Be Specific/Create a Timeline: Draw up a map of your store including the new design elements and who is going to be responsible for implementing changes. It is important that everyone involved with your seasonal display changes knows what tasks they are responsible for completing. Create a timeline, include an estimate of how long it will take to change out the displays and when the project will be completed.

4. Execute the Plan: Now that you have a drawn out concept, with a clear timeline and goals, you can implement the plan.

 5. Measure Your Work: Now that your new seasonal display is up, take some time to appreciate your hard work. Hopefully, you’ve been taking notes on your progress.

  • How did you stack up?
  • Did you predict everything you needed in advance?
  • Was the process smooth?
  • Were you able to stay within your predicted number of work hours?

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