Displays2Go Releases New Product Display for Retail Environments

Displays2Go launches a new display geared towards clothing outlets and includes two free waterfall hangers with purchase.

Bristol, RI, July 08, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Displays2Go, a company dedicated to providing high quality wholesale display options, has released a new model for clothing displays for retail spaces. This new model features a rolling base and a multi branch design that allows for multiple rows of products to be displayed. Available in silver only, this clothes display is made from lightweight aluminum and feature a wheeled rolling base for easy transportation. This model also features a dual post display type which saves space in tight areas, saving money for customers by eliminating the need to buy more displays than necessary.

“These types of displays are usually found holding clothes in retail areas like malls,” explains product manager Sandra Reno. “This display could also be used in a sports arena for selling team T shirts and sweat shirts, and could be moved around from venue to venue with its wheeled base. This new model is perfect for any gift shop or mall retail outlet.”

Displays2Go is offering two free “waterfall” styled hangers with this purchase. These hangers are designed to slide easily into the display, and each hanger holds up to six individual products, for a total of 12 display spaces. The included hangers are made from clear acrylic to be unobtrusive and to blend in to any design of storefront. The rolling base allows for a flexible display option. The clothes holder can be moved around not only within the store, but can be rolled outside for sidewalk displays as well.

“These waterfall hangers make for a good space saver for crowded retail areas,” continues Reno. “Since the hangers are angled downwards, there is more available space between the displays when placed in groups. This lets customers move around easier while allowing retail outlets to showcase as many products as possible without overcrowding the store.”

Genevieve Athearn-Hess