Mondelez Canada recently conducted its new “Pride & Joy” campaign, celebrating the tremendous national pride Canada has for its athletes. The campaign included four limited-edition Christie products, in-store displays and the Pride & Joy interactive app. The app alerted users in real-time of “amazing moments” during the Games, giving users the chance to win thousands of instant prizes. The p.o.p. displays for the campaign were created by Proprint Services Inc., 5621 Finch Avenue East, Suite 5, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M1B 2T9; (Web Site)


JBL wanted to demonstrate its FLIP and MICRO portable Bluetooth speakers and a wired HEADPHONE in a leading wireless specialty retail chain. This display has an interactive device selector HUB that connects all 3 of the specified SKUS to a central SD card audio board. The display allows customers to listen comparatively to pre-loaded music selections when they press the push-button for the JBL FLIP, MICRO, or J55i HEADPHONES. This display was created by In-Store Experience, 49 Richmondville Ave., Westport, CT 06880; (Web Site)


Disney is using this interactive display to promote its Infinity Interactive Game. The display gives customers the ability to place a collectable figurine on a base pad, which then provides the character description, giving them a glimpse of game’s interactions and adventures. The display was produced with a custom built android monitor, RFID designed chip, LED lighting, molded ABS plastic, and a custom SD card for easy updates. This display was created by Design Phase, 1771 South Lakeside Dr., Waukegan, IL 60085; (Web Site)


Minn Kota Motors is using this Talon Shallow Water Anchor Display to introduce a new product offering and invites consumers to learn more and demo a unit. Large graphics show features and benefits while the functioning demo unit allows consumers to see features in action to close the sale. This display was created by W/M Display Group, 1040 W. 40th St., Chicago, IL 60609; (Web Site)


Hardware Resources is using this display to merchandise its decorative hardware. Cabinet and drawer handles and pulls are displayed on drawer fronts. The hardware displayed on the front is stocked in the drawer. This durable display is constructed from wood and metal. This display was created by Nashville Display, 306 Hartmann Drive, Lebanon, TN 37087; (Web Site)


This full line display system for all categories of La Prairie skincare products is loaded with innovation. Manufactured in China and distributed globally, the displays utilize a wireless LED system that produces a beautiful, glowing light and enhances all products. Products are organized by categories, easily updated and navigated. Fabricated from a combination of injection molded parts, metal, acrylic, and lacquered components, the design is seamless. These displays were created by RPG, 119 West 57th Street, New York, NY 10019; (Web Site)


Heritage Sign & Display created this 2-frame lenticular display for Coors Light. Lenticular technology creates the illusion of depth or movement as the image is viewed from different angles. Depending on the viewing angle, the image in this display is seen as either, “First Round” or “Last Call”. Lenticular images are perfect for incorporating movement into a display without the need for electric or battery operated devices. This display was created by Heritage Sign & Display, 344 Industrial Road, Nesquehoning, PA 18240; (Web Site)


Beneful wanted to develop a 1/4 pallet merchandising vehicle to support the launch of a new item, Beneful Baked Delights. In addition, it wanted to reinforce the variety of sizes and products in the Beneful line. The creative “Play” primary graphic theme attracted and engaged the target shopper. This display was created by RockTenn Merchandising, 5900 Grassy Creek Blvd., Winston-Salem, NC 27105; (Web Site)