Travel & Leisure Bus Stop Promotion

Quality promotional products
Siskin Bus Stop Promotion3
Sisken Accessory FSDU 2

Product Overview

This client wanted us to market their selection of promotional products within petrol stations. Among their range was Apple approved accessories such as cables and phone cases. In order to fulfil this request, we designed supporting point of sale displays.

Clear and effective branding

We designed units to best utilise existing shelving found in the store. Once made, they highlighted the different categories for each product through clear branding and segmentation. Impulse then worked on a fin system with universal bracketry, allowing the products to remain well separated across a fixture run. This provided good visibility and prompted impulse purchases whilst people waited in queues.

“Nothing beats the presence of a strong Freestanding Display unit, whether it be permanent, or a cardboard temporary FSDU, we have designed it to suit your needs and either dispatch, made up and ready for the shop floor, or in KD / Flat Pack format to be built up in store. Graphic areas are there to enhance with strong branding and information around the product range being displayed.”

Our take...Impulse POP

Travelling with Siskin

Incorporating Brand Within Design

The modular gondola subtly incorporates the Dare2b hexagon logo by using hexagon mesh for the gondola base unit and end signage panels.

The hexagon mesh is now featured in all the new generation of displays that we have designed.

Another example in our range of Dare2b displays showing how effective simplistic design can be in crafting the perfect promotional tool in store.

Siskin Accessory FSDU and Bus Stop
Siskin FSDU Graphic panel
Convenience Store FSDU

Quality travel accessories

Siskin have managed to gain listings with the likes of Tesco and Gerald Ronson petrol stations. This has provided the perfect stage to get their travel accessories into market among the right people. Further growth was made by Gerlad Ronson through a merger with Snax24 and Rontec, helping them establish a further 300 sites.