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Pop-up point-of-sale aluminium tasting tables for in-store retail promotions

Issued by: Right Stuff | 8 Apr 2011 11:24
We see them every day at our local supermarkets and retail stores. They are ever-present in malls and at events. We're talking in-store promotion stands and tasting tables, also known as Promotional Counters.
In-store promotions are here to stay, and with that in mind, Right Stuff has stepped up to the "plate" and come up with a solution that is both ideal for in-store promotions as well as easy on the budget. With many attractive advantages to its design, these fully branded items are a necessity for all types of point-of-sale environments. Experience has shown us that portability is the key. The Promotional Counter meets all the necessary criteria for portability, easy-of-use and brand awareness. With a 90x40x86cm print area, the brand exposure is significant, giving you the maximum benefit possible. Right Stuff is currently running a special deal on the Promotional Counter until the end of June. To find out more about this offer and others, visit the Right Stuff website.

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evan wilson
You can also try to use this one
Posted on 14 Jul 2015 11:23