Since 1979, Earth Animal has been dedicated to caring for animals, people, and the Earth. The trusted choice in award-winning, veterinary-formulated health and wellness products was honored with Pet Business Magazine’s 2020 Pet Industry Recognition Award as the winner in the MERCHANDISING DISPLAYS category for the No-Hide 2-Sided Tower Display.
“To be honored by the knowledgeable team at Pet Business means so much to us and we are truly humbled to receive this award, especially with so many new and exciting merchandising options being offered,” said Chris Moore, COO for Earth Animal. “We feel so privileged to work with many loyal partners who have supported us, and we thank them for believing in our products and purpose,” added Moore.
Earth Animal is committed to supporting the efforts of its retail partners to merchandise their products in a way that drives sales and maximizes the consumer’s brand experience. Simple, easy to shop, brand-appropriate, eye-catching displays are a cornerstone of the business that help define the ongoing evolution of consumer marketing and the overall shopping experience.
“We are dedicated to providing free displays to our retailers that educate their customers about the features and benefits of our products,” says Chief Marketing Officer Stephanie Volo. “We know that when our product shines in the retail environment, it sells itself. We strive to create product presentations that attract the consumer, educate them on the safest way to use them, and invite them to buy. It is an honor that Pet Business recognizes this fundamental aspect of our company.”
The No-Hide Two-Sided Tower is made with Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified Baltic Birch Plywood, measures 28 5/8” x 20 1/4” x 56 5/8” and comes with a double-sided branded header made from recycled Styrene that measures 12” x 23”. As with all of Earth Animal merchandising solutions, there is no cost for the low-profile, high-impact display.
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