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Tempt to Bring Extreme Retail to GlobalShop 2014

Monday, March 17, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Retail Marketers Will Experience Visual Solutions Designed to Command Attention and Engage Shoppers

SUSSEX, WI – Tempt In-Store Productions, a Quad/Graphics, Inc., company, will introduce specialty and national retailers and global brand marketers to extreme in-store marketing ideas at GlobalShop 2014, the world's largest event for retail design and shopper marketing, March 18-20 in Las Vegas. Tempt’s extreme-sports-themed booth #3631 will feature a wide range of visual solutions designed to help retailers command attention in the marketplace, and create a dynamic in-store environment.

"We are excited to be part of GlobalShop again this year to highlight the breadth of our capabilities that help retail marketers communicate with their in-store shoppers," said Mike Draver, President of Tempt. "The Tempt booth will showcase innovative visual solutions that command attention in the marketplace. Our emotionally-charged signage, displays and point-of-purchase options are of particular interest to retail marketers looking for new ways to engage shoppers in the store."

The booth experience is designed to showcase the diversity of unique visual solutions produced by Tempt. Bold, colorful signage featuring unique graphics on a variety of substrates will draw visitors into the booth where they can learn from retail and brand marketing experts about the range of solutions and capabilities available to accommodate any in-store need. The company also will feature free-standing displays created by its structural design team, highlighting Tempt’s ability to bring an idea from initial concept through to final in-store execution.

"It's important that the shopping environment, including retail signs and displays, pique interest and engage shoppers to move them to take action," Draver added. "Our creative ideas and collaboration help create a unique shopping experience to capture shoppers’ imaginations and provide a seamless execution on the path to purchase."

 

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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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