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You can’t miss the iconic Pringles chips on the new shelves

Pringles chips are known not only for their perfect hyperbolic paraboloid shape, but also for their irresistible taste. The wide portfolio of coloured tubes representing different flavours is hard to miss on store shelves. Now the Pringles brand is embarking on even greater visibility. First, it will be noticed by visitors of the Global Free Shop in Potůčky and Brandov, where the popular Pringles brand has new permanent premium displays. More stores will soon follow.

The two end caps in the permanent store in Potůčky and the shelf branding in Brandov store were custom-made for each specific store. Thanks to the combination of laminate, metal and LED lighting, they give the space and the product a feeling of exclusivity, which attracts customers and entices them to buy. The displays are primarily made in red, which is inevitably associated with the brand, but at the same time, they also do not neglect other iconic elements of Pringles – the aerodynamic shape of the crisps, which effectively stack on top of each other, the cylindrical can and the brand mascot, known as Julius Pringles or Mr. P.Good visibility is ensured by backlit stoppers that attract the attention of every passer-by.

More displays are on the way

“The two displays are just the beginning, solutions are now being prepared for, for example, the Prague stores Tamda and Ratio,” adds Jakub Petráš from Dago. “The displays represent a big shift compared to the original state, when the goods were displayed on a classic shelf or on a pallet.The displays have the potential to use this style in other stores on the Czech and Slovak markets,” says Kateřina Kubátová from the Trade Marketing Department of Orbico, a distributor of the Pringles brand.

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