Store Supply Warehouse Prepares Retailers for Graduation and Mother’s Day Shoppers

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Store Supply Warehouse offers ideas to retailers on how to improve sales with displays and retail packaging as graduation season and Mother’s Day quickly approach.

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We have male mannequins, female mannequins, and children-sized mannequins, so that all sizes and styles of clothing can be highlighted, especially at a time when parents purchase new clothes for their recent graduates.

With graduation and Mother’s Day approaching in May, retailers must prepare for last minute shoppers picking up gifts for graduates and mothers alike. Setting up retail displays, and offering appropriate retail packaging are just a few ways retailers can prepare for the upcoming gift-giving time of year.

For graduation, Store Supply Warehouse encourages retailers to focus on retail merchandise displays. With various sized mannequins and display racks, retailers can create clothing displays that showcase the latest men’s and women’s fashions. For kids preparing for the next step in their life, new clothes are a necessity. Whether going off to college at the end of summer, or entering high school for the first time, retailers can show off the most fashionable looks so that kids are up to date on the latest trends.

“We have male mannequins, female mannequins, and children-sized mannequins, so that all sizes and styles of clothing can be highlighted, especially at a time when parents purchase new clothes for their recent graduates,” said Matt Wohlstadter, President of Store Supply Warehouse.

While graduation dates are scattered throughout May, one particular date remains most important: May 13, Mother’s Day. While a variety of gifts might be purchased for mothers, jewelry tends to be the big seller of the season. With more jewelry being purchased than usual, retailers should ensure that they are fully stocked with jewelry gift boxes, jewelry displays, and jewelry price tags.

Additionally, customers can look forward to a new line of retail bags just in time for Mother’s Day. The Fashion Prints and Fashion Color collections offer bright colors and specialty animal prints that mom will love. With a wide variety of tissue paper, ribbon, and raffia, retailers can coordinate colors with the bags, so that customers can walk out of the shop with their gift completely wrapped.

“Because gifts for mom are usually purchased by children and husbands, retailers can really increase sales simply by offering giftwrap solutions. Wrapping is time consuming and can prove to be a difficult task for some people, and retailers can provide a convenient service that will satisfy the shopper and make mom happy,” added Wohlstadter.

As both graduation and Mother’s Day near, Store Supply Warehouse reminds store owners that it’s never too late to stock up on the latest display fixtures and packaging supplies. Store Supply Warehouse guarantees all items to be in stock, and all orders placed before 3 p.m. to be shipped on the same day, arriving to the retailer just in time for graduation and Mother’s Day.

For more information about Store Supply Warehouse or to view their retail supplies, please visit their website:

About Store Supply Warehouse
Store Supply Warehouse was founded in 1994 in St. Louis, and has since seen immense growth, selling retail fixtures and retail store supplies, including display cases, racks and shelving, shopping bags, hangers, pricing and tagging guns and mannequins. The distribution chain takes pride in its quick transaction process, efficient delivery, and quality customer service. Products are available for purchase through Store Supply’s catalog, which is updated and distributed four times a year, or online at Same-day shipping is guaranteed on all orders placed before 3 p.m. The company’s main office is located at 9801 Page Avenue, St. Louis, Missouri, 63132. Contact Store Supply directly at 800-823-8887 or by email at contactus(at)StoreSupply(dot)com.

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