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Orion creates Easter atmosphere in stores

In addition to Czech traditional plaited osier stick and coloured eggs, carolers associate Easter also with chocolate delicacies. Leading producer of Orion chocolate Nestlé knows this and decided to colaborate with us on creation of the Easter season atmosphere in stores.

“We wanted to present Easter candy to our customers to attract their attention and contribute to the atmosphere of the spring holidays. The Orion brand is on our market for more than a century. The association with the traditional holidays is thus natural,” explained Jakub Krupička, Channel Development Specialist from Nestlé. Resulting pallet concept has dominant elements. These is Easter Bunny in an above-life-size and a model of a big wicker basket, to which customers respond very positively. “These elements really act upon customers as a magnet, they want to look at it, touch it,” added Marek Končitík from DAGO. According to him, the involvement of other senses during shopping is crucial and helps create resulting impression of the display.

The Easter four- or six-pallets belong to the series of the new generation more premium displays used by Nestlé. It aims to get closer to customers in stores, brings more atmosphere and also entertainment into encounter with offered products. High-quality materials (laminated boards, elements from lycra and real wicker, in this case) and precise workmanship are expected and we see them as obvious. Easter branding of Orion products acts for customers in Globus stores.

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