Upgrade the look of your drink case by adding the display of your choice with a minimum purchase of Gatorade® cases.
Offering samples of an item in your store can create an impulse purchase, a major factor in a number of strong C-store categories.
Consider what your competitors charge when setting prices. You can compete by lowering prices on some items and make up the losses by charging more on other items. Or try bundling a for-sale product with another item at regular price.
Keep your main product supply at eye level to watch them fly off the shelves.
Simply collect business cards in a fishbowl and save their e-mail addresses. With a database, you can send promotional information, coupons and more — for free.
Try up-selling customers by offering two bottles of water at a discount. It’s a proven method of success, particularly in summer months.
A well-maintained bathroom can encourage more street traffic, and more money spent at the register.
With rising fuel costs and inflation, customers have less to spend in your store. That’s why merchandising has never been more important. Find easy and impactful merchandising tips at SamsClub.com/business.
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