Chicago, Ill (PRWEB) June 10, 2014
Visit Booth 1907 to Discover How Engaging Environments Draw Shoppers, Drive Sales
Supermarkets are delighting today’s shoppers and influencing their buying decisions with engaging in-store marketplaces. At Hillphoenix’s Booth No. 1907 at FMI Connect, June 10-13 at McCormick Place in Chicago, grocers can discover how to use color, lighting, divisional façades, seating areas and other innovative design elements to create store environments that elevate grocery shopping from a task to an experience.
Hillphoenix’s Booth No. 1907 features to-scale store marketplaces, where Hillphoenix experts offer insights on how to:
- Design Produce Marketplaces that grab shoppers’ attention with clever displays, engaging color and tactical lighting — and also ensure you’re positioned to tap into the steady growth of fruit and vegetable sales, up over 7% in the past year.
- Create Retail Meal Solutions that use sight, sound, smell and taste to capture shoppers’ attention. The right prepared-foods marketplace readies your store for category sales and profitability growing at double-digit rates. Plus, offering shoppers a destination-worthy space means they’ll think of your store first for on-the-go meals.
- Construct Wine and Cheese Marketplaces that create a destination area to draw big-ticket customers and ensure your high-end, gourmet products are displayed to enthrall shoppers and drive sales.
- Add Juicing Stations that entice health-conscious and on-the-go consumers, and also increase shoppers’ spending at the juice bar and in the produce section.
See the potential for yourself. Take a tour of the in-store marketplaces on display at Hillphoenix's Booth No. 1907 on the FMI Connect show floor.
Hill PHOENIX, Inc., a Dover Company, is based in Conyers, Georgia. The company designs and manufactures commercial refrigerated display cases and specialty products, refrigeration systems, integrated power distribution systems and walk-in coolers and freezers and also specializes in training and design through its Learning and Design Centers. Visit http://www.hillphoenix.com or call 770-285-3264 for more information.