Getting Back On Your Feet

June 6th, 2017|Customized Fixtures, Showcases and Counters|0 Comments

Last year we helped get a few stores back on their feet after a terrible flood that swept through the Ellicott City area. After the torrential rainfall most stores in Old Town Ellicott city were left damaged. Not to worry though, they were able to rebuild and re-supply their stores and have a great new [...]

Security Suggestions For Small Retailers

August 31st, 2016|Security, Store Layout|Comments Off on Security Suggestions For Small Retailers

Discouraging as it may be, shoplifters are inevitable in retail stores.  In fact, the National Association for Shoplifting Prevention says that over $35 million-worth of goods are stolen from retailers every day.   One in 11 people shoplift, but there is no specific profile for the average shoplifter.  They are both male and female, young [...]

Plan Your Impulse Purchases

August 15th, 2016|Gridwall, Showcases and Counters, Store Layout|Comments Off on Plan Your Impulse Purchases

As a customer, you are aware of retailers positioning items close to the cash register so that people will pick them up and purchase them “on impulse” as they are standing in line.  It’s a purchase they didn’t plan to make on their visit to your store, and they haven’t really thought about the buying [...]

You Sell THAT, Too?

July 30th, 2016|Gondola Shelving, Showcases and Counters|Comments Off on You Sell THAT, Too?

Gondolas, shelving, open and closed display cases – these are the staples of the display industry and items for which Mid-Atlantic Store Fixtures is well-known. Whether new or gently used, we’ll guide you in the right direction for your budget and your objectives. We have displays in all shapes and sizes, and in a variety [...]

Catapult Sales with Customer-friendly Carts and Carry-alls

July 15th, 2016|Other Store Supplies|Comments Off on Catapult Sales with Customer-friendly Carts and Carry-alls

If you want to increase your sales, one way is to make it easy for customers to gather items throughout the store. The best bet is a cart. The size and design of the cart depends on your merchandise as well as your aisle space. The American Disabilities Act requires aisles to be 36-inches wide [...]