Creating Portable Displays

CrowdWhether you are exhibiting or actually selling merchandise, a street fair imposes significant demands on trade show exhibits. Learn how to design your portable displays to maximize effectiveness while minimizing cost and travel hassle.

The atmosphere of a street fair is a unique blend of chaos, warmth, and excitement. The aura is initially similar to a convention, but is much less promotional in its nature. At a street fair, outright promotion is often unwelcome; instead of trying to draw in passersby as you might at a convention, you’re expected to talk only with those who approach you. To get people coming in, you need to carefully design your trade show exhibits to appeal to this specific crowd. While you can often retrofit a current unit, something designed from scratch would be preferable – and might be surprisingly affordable, particularly if you’re selling merchandise.

Portable Displays For Promotional Purposes

When most large companies send representatives to a street fair, they’re not directly selling from their booth. Instead, they serve as an anchor, representing the corporate entity’s commitment to the community. They are often sponsoring the event or some part of it. In this case, using the currently designed trade show exhibits that might appear at any convention is just fine. While they might not draw as much attention as a purpose-built stand, they’ll do a fine job.

There are just a few things to remember here. First, ensure that your employees are comfortable. They should have shelter from the sun and should have liberal supplies of bottled water and fans if it is projected to be hot. Finally, ensure they have chairs to sit down. They won’t likely be talking to a whole lot of people; the portable displays are there to be a silent presence, and that’s a statement enough.

Vendor Trade Show Exhibits

If you are selling at a street fair, you are likely a small vendor with a focus on street fairs, meaning you might want toWooden 1 consider investing in more formal portable displays tailored toward the fairs. These units should be designed to reflect your unique style, and may be open-topped or closed-topped as you prefer. They should present all of your merchandise within view so you can ensure that nothing might be taken. This is more of a problem with smaller wares, but most items sold casually at a fair tend to be smaller.

Display Like A Retailer

Wearable with MirrorAs you plan your booth, think out the showcase space you want.  If you sell jewelry, leave adequate space for hanging, provide a mirror for your customers and use multi-level displays to draw the eye up and down the table.  If you’re offering art prints, hang some but also let some sit to be perused at the visitor’s leisure.  You won’t need to focus too much on the design of the trade show exhibits themselves, which is a unique aspect of your situation. You want your merchandise to stand out, so the background itself is encouraged to be neutral.

Consider Renting A TentTents

Whether you are selling or simply supporting, a showcase tent can be a surprisingly wise rental choice. Depending on the area, there may be a lot of rental options available.  Portable displays are useful, but they often don’t come with the overhead protection a tent would offer.  Plus, on a sunny day, a tent offers invaluable shade as well.

There are many choices in wood and acrylic for displaying a variety of merchandise.  Check out for more portable display options.

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Stands for Flowers

Floral Stands Provide Great Upselling Opportunities

Valentine’s Day is a unique holiday that gives people the opportunity to remind others how much they care about them. While this may be done through thoughtful gestures and romantic dates, it also may be done through simple gifts, such as a gift of chocolates or a greeting card. Many will choose to give flowers to their loved ones on Valentine’s Day, and flowers may be given to everyone from a significant other or a spouse to friends, parents and others. While floral shops may be swamped with business on Valentine’s Day trying to meet the demand, the fact is that your own business may profit from flower sales if you invest in stands for flowers.  

Choosing the Right Stands

WFIf you are interested in investing in stands for flowers for your upcoming floral sales, you should think about a few points to ensure that you invest in the right stands. First, think about the amount of space available in your business. You may want to place a small stand next to a cash register, or you may have space for a larger stand in the center of your store. Then, think about the types of flowers that you want to sell. Some stands for flowers have shelves, and these may be suitable for bouquets in flower vases. Others may have a basin to hold water, and these may be suitable for loose bouquets or flowers that are sold individually.  

Accessorizing Your Stands

If you want to maximize your sales for Valentine’s Day, you may think about different ways that you can dress up your flower stands. Your stands will inevitably be easily noticed by your customers because of the beautifully colored and sweet scented blooms that they hold. However, you can boost your sales with cross-sales and ensure that your stands do not go unnoticed when you tie helium balloons to the stands or when you place a stand for chocolates, greeting cards or other must-have items next to the stand. After all, many who want to buy flowers may also want to buy chocolates, balloons, stuffed animals and other items.  

Floral shops may be busy on Valentine’s Day, and your business can be equally as busy. If you want to prepare for the rush, you can get started by ordering your stands today and by special ordering the flowers that will be placed on them with an advance purchase. This is a wonderful way to help your customers out and to pad your profit margin in February.


Pegboard Display Racks

It’s All in the Presentation
Whether you are running a business or taking the show on the road to conventions and trade shows, you need to put your product in the best light. Consider a pegboard display rack that can really highlight what you have to offer. Whether you need to establish your display on counters or on the floor, a pegboard display rack can do the trick. Arrange everything in such a way that it will catch the attention of others and you’ll have a much better chance of making that sale.

PegboardGive Yourself a Variety of Options
In this modern day and age, innovation is the name of the game. Forget about yesterday’s colors when you need a pegboard display rack. You now have a host of alternatives. With vibrant, fun colors and designs, heads will be turning to see what you have to offer. You can’t make a customer buy your product if they can’t see it. With the right pegboard display rack, you can really make your specialty items stand out. Make people sit up and take notice as they walk by your carefully planned displays. Use a color that will make a splash for your pegboard display rack. It will draw people in. You can also think about choosing a display rack that is a bold contrast to everything that is in view. Stop people in their tracks and they’ll find it hard to resist your products.

Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder
They say that everyone has their own opinion when it comes to appearances. With quality pegboard display racks, you’ll have a much better chance of grabbing customers when they are ready to make a purchase. Make your products more appealing when you bring them to eye level with pegboard display racks that are built to get the job done. Leave your prize items lying around and people will pass them by. Hang them up in an artful and precise manner in order to draw consumers in. When you offer something special and know how to display it, you’ll see your sales increasing at a promising rate. The first step is to choose pegboard display racks that will truly enhance everything that you have to offer. You’ll truly appreciate the way your display can provide you with the perfect showcase for anything that you want to market or advertise.

Best Use For Plastic Candy Bins

Plastic Candy Bins are a great way to display and store a variety of items from retail stores to your home.  The best plastic candy bins are those that are combined on a stylish metal rack.  The jumbo mini bin display rack is a sure fire way to increase sales on a small countertop, yet functional for use in the home.

photo 3Why think only retail display when you see the jumbo mini bin display rack?  There are many alternate uses for the plastic candy bins and metal display rack.

  1. When it’s party time and you are looking for a unique and cost effective way to display your buffet toppings, the jumbo mini bin display rack makes a fun and functional display on your buffet table. From a taco bar where the plastic candy bins hold cheese, black olives, chopped onions, etc; to an ice cream/frozen yogurt bar where all types of candies and sprinkles can be offered to your guests for easy serving. The scoops included make the selections easier to access.
  2. Are you crafty? For those who enjoy working on crafts, having a functional and easily accessible storage for their supplies is essential. The 6 jumbo mini bins are large enough to store all sorts of supplies from beads to thread to yarn. The uses are unlimited.
  3. Does everyone in your house have a different flavor of coffee or hot beverage they like to drink? Does your countertop get cluttered with the many boxes? The jumbo mini bin display rack offers you a simple and elegant storage option for your k-cups. The k-cups are visible through the clear plastic and the selection easily made, while keeping the cups fresh.
  4. The plastic candy bins also make great storage for small nuts and bolts to nails and miscellaneous hardware in the shop. Imagine being able to find the right size screw in a pinch when working on projects.
  5. For the diva, the jumbo mini bin display rack is a great way to store makeup and hair accessories. The front doors give easy access and keep the items clean from dust and moisture.

Although, the jumbo mini bin display rack has many alternate uses, the best use is still in retail. For those retailers that are considering breaking into bulk candy sales, this small and economical metal display rack allows them to try a small display before investing in a large one with a lot of money tied up in the inventory.

No matter how you plan to use the jumbo mini bin display rack, the size is ideal for most countertops and provides a quality display without breaking the bank.

Valentine’s Day Candy Sales

The Christmas season no more than gets underway and candy retailers have to already be thinking about the next big shopping season – VD Chocolate HeartValentine’s Day.  But planning for that short, but profitable holiday requires knowing a little bit about the consumers.  Here are few facts that might help with your planning you Valentine’s Day Candy Sales:

  • According to MSNBC, Chocolate and candy sales reach profits of $1,011 billion during Valentine’s season.
  • Not sure what kind of inventory to carry?  According to Business Insider, 36 million heart-shaped boxes of chocolate will be sold for Valentine’s Day this year.
  • The National Confectioners Association indicated about 8 billion candy hearts will be produced this year.  That’s enough candy to stretch from Rome, Italy to Valentine, Arizona twenty times and back again.
  • A survey done by the National Retail Federation shows that the average US consumer is expected to spend $116.21 on Valentine’s Day gifts, meals and entertainment.
  • The same survey also showed that men spend double what women spend on Valentine’s Day:  $158.71 compared to $75.79.  But, 53% of women in America would dump their boyfriends if they did not get anything for Valentine’s Day.   It is best to design your displays and marketing to reach men.  You’ll save a relationship and make a profit.

VD Conversation HeartsPreparing for the Valentine season can be fun and profitable.  Stocking your store displays with a selection of chocolates and gummies, allows you to provide a nice selection for your customers.  A recent survey by the National Confectioners Association shows that more men than women prefer chocolate, 83% vs. 59%.  With a versatile selection, you will satisfy all of your customers’ desires for this romantic day.

Lighted Display Cases

Lighted display cases are a shining spot in any retail store.  These modern display options let shop owners keep valuable inventory close at hand and secure while still spotlighting them.

Candy Concepts offers a selection of lighted display options, from full shelving units to lighted pedestals.  When you have that special piece of jewelry or hand crafted gift item, lighted displays help you bring those items to the attention of your customers.

The upside of using a lighted display is that you can place the unit in a darker corner of your store, and still draw the customer’s attention.  The down side is that your inventory is hands-off to your customers, without the assistance of your sales staff.

Lighted displays are not just a retail option they can be used effectively in many situations:

  • In schools for displaying those valued trophies or art pieces
  • In homes to display treasured collectables and books
  • In offices to display manufactured products or services
  • Trade shows are another place that a lighted pedestal or display could be useful in highlighting your product.

Lighted displays come in many sizes from countertop models to large floor models with storage options.  A new lighted display to consider 2014-12-11_9-07-40using is the Pegboard Light Box.  This display is easily mounted to a wall or end cap and uses standard peg hooks.  Imagine displaying a line of costume jewelry or highlight a new line of toys.  Using this type of display makes your product stand out as it is backlit by the fixture.  This Pegboard Light Box offers you the option of changing the pegboard color, which can coordinate with your store’s motif.

Please feel free to call our knowledgeable staff if you have any questions about any of the lighted displays.  Now through December 17, 2014 you can save 10% on your purchase of any lighted display or pedestal.  Order now, so you can start the New Year with elegant displays throughout your store.

Using pedestals or risers to raise your sales

Put It On A Pedestal!

Walk into any upscale retailer and you will notice that unique and featured products stick out and draw your eyes.  Most likely those items are raised up above the rest of the inventory, placed on a pedestal or riser.  Retailers who feature their products on pedestals or risers notice an increase in sales of those featured items.


Pedestals create a focal point to feature exclusive or prominent products in an elegant way.  Today, there are many options available to retailers, from standard square pedestals, to fun and unique platforms.  Pedestals are available in all types of materials, from laminate to exotic woods, to fun shapes in resin material.

Go with a Theme

If your store follows a theme, say an old-time country store, consider using pedestals and risers that fit and blend into your displays.  A round or square wood pedestal, either alone or in a set, can showcase a display of tasty salsas or be an additional stocking spot for saltwater taffy Bear Pedestaldisplayed in baskets.  Some stores use a pedestal near a larger display to sample items from the display, so customers first try, then buy from the display.

A hand carved pedestal in teak wood offers a rustic and elegant display to showcase local artists’ works from jewelry to pottery.  Not only are these pedestals unique, they lend to a more sophisticated shopping experience for the customer.

Twisted Teak Pedestal If you want to feature a unique item, but not have your pedestal part of the focal point, a clear acrylic pedestal would disappear, leaving your featured item to show itself, floating above the rest of the store.  If you choose to use an acrylic pedestal, using light to focus on your product, will make it shine.  The light source could be from the ceiling or wall above, or placed under the pedestal to highlight the item from below.

If lighting an item is important, there are pedestals available that already offer a light platform.  These types of pedestals are most often used in a museum or gallery, where the emphasis is placed on a single item.

Cube It

So your store is not old-fashioned, but more modern, there are pedestal options for you too.  A Cube is great to use and very versatile.  They can be stacked on one another, offer more options for featuring products.  You could place a sample toy on top of the cube and stock the inventory for the customer to select in the cube.  Cubes

Cubes are available in colors and modern shapes, but if you want a more rustic look, wooden crates can be used the same way.  By grouping a number of different sized crates together, give your display a multi-level option for displaying grouped items, like hats and mittens from the same manufacturer, or toys that have add-on parts.  Multi-level  displays encourage upselling from a base item.

Rise Above the Rest

Where most pedestals are designed to sit on the floor, a more economical display option is a riser.  These display options are also available in a variety of materials and provide a featured product to stand up and out from the ordinary inventory on the shelf or display table.


Although pedestals could be used on a display table, a smaller riser version is sometimes all you need to make your featured item the first thing your customer sees when they walk into your store or up to a display table.

Try using multiple levels with risers to feature different colors of an item.  Like a pedestal, a riser allows you to lift up your items above the rest of the inventory, however, the display footprint is usually smaller.  So risers are best suited for smaller inventory items or grouped products.


Tips to remember when using pedestals or risers:

  1. Use multiple levels when featuring products that are available with multiple features. For example, you have a new silver picture frame that you want to feature and it is available in three sizes. Use three different levels of risers on a display table to show your customers the differences.
  2. Consider the display space required. Don’t put large items on a small platform that may be damaged if knocked over.
  3. Consider placement in your store. Where most pedestals are sturdy, if your aisles are narrow, you still run the risk of a customer knocking over your display with their bags.
  4. Don’t go overboard. Although pedestals and risers are great at creating focal points for your products, if there are too many focal points in your store, you lose your customer’s attention by overloading them. They don’t know where to focus their attention and therefore walk away without making a purchase. Unless your store is a gallery or museum, consider using only a few risers and pedestals strategically placed throughout the store.


Pedestals and risers are considered economical display fixtures and can be added at any time compared to purchasing larger display tables and shelving which need to be figured into your store’s layout. Pedestals and risers can be moved in and out of the store, offering many options for your seasonal and new inventory items. So consider rising to the occasion and add these functional displays to promote your inventory and see the pedestals pay for themselves.




Creating Customer Loyalty Programs

Loyalty CardsCustomers are essential to any small business, and acquiring them long-term can be tricky, especially when your competition is working just as hard as you to win the same customers.

Just about every retailer, large or small, capitalizes on their repeat business.  Experts estimate it costs between 2 and 10 times more to acquire a new customer than to retain an existing one.  Offering customer loyalty programs can help boost sales and gather more names in your customer management program for future marketing uses.

According to Jupiter Research, approximately 75% of consumers have at least one loyalty card in their wallet.  When implemented well, these programs can benefit both customers and retailers alike.

Why Customer Loyalty Programs?

1.  Encourages Return Business.  When customers have a number of retailers to shop from, sometimes knowing that they can earn rewards from shopping with you is enough to influence their choice.

2.  Shows that they are valued.  Although you physically say “thank you” after a sale, or have it printed on your receipts, giving a customer a special offer or perk tends to make them want to do business with you.

3.  Helps you gather information.  By offering a loyalty program, you can collect pertinent  information from your customers.  Not only can you collect their contact information, you can get their birth date, track their buying habits and gather data on demographics.

4.  Low-Cost Advertising.  By collecting information about your customers, you can plan out your advertising budget by identifying who is more likely to spend on your promotions.  Also, by providing a membership card, you are keeping your business name in front of your customer, every time they open their wallets.

What Type Loyalty Program?

Easy-Peasy – A Loyalty Punch Card.  If you are new to loyalty programs or want a low-tech option, a simple punch card is a good place to start.  Design a business card to keep track of purchases made and offer a free gift or discount once the card is filled.  Of course, there are a couple draw backs to this system – you cannot track your customers demographics and the program relies completely on the customer carrying the card with them.

Offer an Opt-In Email Program.  You can ask your customers at the point of sale or online to sign up or “opt-in” to the rewards program by providing their email address.  This makes the sign up process easy for your customer, and doesn’t require them to give up much information.  In exchange you promise to send the customer regular emails with special offers only available to Loyalty Members.

The Premium Loyalty Program.  By using your CRM software to track higher value purchases over time, you can invite customers who meet a certain limit to join.  Alternatively, simply invite high-spending customers to sign up at the point of sale.

Branded Loyalty Memberships.  There are a number of loyalty card services that let you design branded cards, track and manage customers behaviors, visits to your store and average spending amounts.  Many also let you send targeted emails and text messages to your members.  Some services even offer smartphone apps that are branded just to you.  Although, these types of services charge a fee, it allows you the freedom to offer a premium program with little effort from you.  As more customers become tech savvy, having an app to manage your loyalty program allows to offer social media integration, reward updates and immediate rewards for your customers.

Choosing an Incentive ProgramRewards

There are many types of reward programs being used by retailers.  Some are easier to manage than others, while some end up costing more to manage than the reward is worth.  Consider all costs when choosing a program for your store.

Point System.  This is the most common method.  Customers earn points that in the end provide some type of reward.  One common mistake that retailers make when devising this type of program is making the system too complex and confusing.  For example, spending $20 earns you 5 points and you need to earn 100 point to save 50% on your purchase in the month of July.  That is very confusing for your customer, difficult to monitor and will end up having customers opt-out of your reward program.  Stick with a simple system, 1 point for every dollar rewards the customer at $50 for 50% off one item; or 1 free item.  If you offer a free item, be sure that you cover your cost of the item within in the points earned and that the item has some value to your customers.

Tiered Loyalty Program.  This program is similar to the point system, but instead offers smaller rewards and encourage repeat business by increasing the value of the rewards.  One example of a tiered loyalty program is used by airlines.  For every mile your fly, you earn a point.  You can accumulate those points toward discounted or free airfare in the future.  Although this type of program works better for high commitment, higher price-point business, it still can be adapted for smaller retailers with some imagination.

Partner for All-Inclusive Offers.  Strategic partnerships for customer loyalty can be extremely effective for customer retention and company growth.  For example, if you are a pet store, partnering with a veterinary office or pet grooming facility to offer co-branded deals, benefits you and your customers, as the customers are most often mutually shared.  By providing your customers with a value beyond what you offer shows that you understand them, and grows your network to reach your partner’s customers as well.

Choosing to utilize a loyalty program in your store can definitely help your bottom line.  However, for a small candy store or specialty shop, choosing one that keeps your customers coming back can sometimes cost you more than planned.  Spend time thinking about your program.  Is it easy to manage?  Are the rewards a benefit for your customer?  What is the end cost to your bottom line?  A pet store can offer a punch card for feeder crickets or feeder fish; one punch for every dozen purchased.  When 12 punches are completed, the customer gets a free dozen feeders.  The cost per dozen crickets is $.25 but the store sells them for $.99.  The profit for 12 dozen crickets is 8.88 – which more than makes up for the cost of one free dozen at $.25.  By verifying your costs prior to implementation, you save yourself from a negative impact to your cost of goods sold.

Deciding to offer a loyalty program is certainly worth considering.  As a retailer, your customers are your bread and butter.  Your store needs to compete with many other retailers for the customer’s dollar.  So make your program fun, easy and rewarding and watch your business grow.



Creating Display Signs to Increase Holiday Sales

This & That Sign

A Sign of Great Holiday Sales

The holidays are upon us, and many shoppers are already hitting the stores with their gift lists.  However, many of those shoppers are clueless as to what to get many of their loved ones.  They will wonder aimlessly through store after store, looking for the “right” gift.  As a retailer, you can help those shoppers find the great gifts you carry and make your registers ring in the holidays with strategic signage.

Let’s take note on how many of the online retailers make add-on sales, but providing suggested products related to items already previewed or added to a shopping cart.  Consider how those suggestions influence additional purchases.  As a brick-and-mortar retailer, you can offer the same service by placing signage near or within displays.

As the holiday shopping season progresses, it will become more difficult for your sales staff to offer one-on-one assistance to each and every shopper that enters your store.  Signage can help when your staff is occupied.

Printing signs yourself is the most cost effective way to get your messages across to your shoppers.  With the use of simple desktop publishing software or even MS Word, you can create effective signs.  To make sure your signs remain visible and intact during the holidays, consider the use of acrylic sign holders.  They are inexpensive and give a professional look to your message.

For example; you showcase a lovely line of journals near the front of the store on a table display.  By adding a sign that suggests adding a line of writing pens sets to complete a gift, you can upsell your shoppers without the assistance of a salesperson.  Or you’ve got in a wonderful line of scarfs; you can add signage that encourages adding a fashionable pin to make the gift more personal.  By using “pairs well with…” signage you can help direct your customers to other gift ideas throughout your store.

Consider signage that showcases your inventory in gift-giving categories.  Signage that shows items for specific people get help shoppers find the right gift in your store.  Here are few categories to consider:

  • For Him, or For Her
  • For Kids
  • For Pet Lovers
  • For the Boss
  • For Co-Workers
  • For Teachers
  • Under $5, $10, $20, etc.
  • Last Minute Gifts
  • For Gadget Geeks

You may also want to consider adding an additional category: “Gifts for the Giver”.  According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), holiday shoppers in 2013 planned to spend $129 on self-gifting alone.

Don’t forget the signage that highlights your gift cards.  The NRF reported that shoppers spend $28 billion on gift cards in 2013.  Gift cards are the most requested holiday gift, according to the NRF.  So make sure your signage is front and center at your check out.

Placing your sign prominently and clearly where your shoppers can see it will be a sure way to boost your 4th quarter sales.

How to pick the right bag for bulk candy sales

You’ve spent weeks developing your candy store plan, toiling over all the details from the placement of the bulk candy bins to the types of candy you’ll carry.  Now you have come to the last detail: how to sell your bulk candy.

Bulk candy sales are on the increase across the country and overseas.  The appeal to customers is being able to select their favorite candies in smaller amounts and combine them into one bag.  Often the selling vessel is given very little thought.  Although the bag does not need to have a significant branding for your store, it does need to meet the consumers’ needs while not affecting your bottom line too drastically.

Bag Placement4It is recommended that when you are planning your bin placements and selections, you should give thought to how your customer will make their purchase selections.  Think for a moment.  Will your customer enter your store and walk right to the bag dispenser, or do you want them to wander through your offerings before finding the bags?  Where you place your bags will be just as important as the types of candy you sell.

Will you have staff to answer your customer’s question: “Where are the bags?” And then direct them, or do you want the bags to be prominent in the store, so they are easily found by new customers?  Displaying the bags either on the floor or a wall mounted roll dispenser allows you the opportunity to utilize signage to assist your customers without a lot of interaction from your sales staff.

Bag Placement3 Bags in PailThe alternate to bag dispensers is using a container, such as a basket or bucket, to hold individual bags within easy reach for your customer.  By using a container to hold your bags, you are able to make the bags a part of a display within your store.  Or you could place several acrylic containers with the bags near the candy bins, so your customers can access the bags easily while standing in front of their selection.

Next to placement of bags, choosing the right size bag is often the next big concern.  A small bag will fill quickly, giving the impression to the customer that they have met their candy allowance, while a bag that is too large, will just go left unfilled and end up costing your bottom line.

Most candy retailers will often have two sizes of bags.  One for customer to use for their bulk candy selections, and another smaller bag for staff to fill from candy displays or jars behind the counter.  The most recommended size is the 8” wide by 12” high.  The bag can hold between ½ pound to 2 pounds of candy.

Red Twist TieAnother overlooked item with bulk candy sales is the bag twist ties.  Once a customer has filled their bag, having a way to seal the bag is convenient and hygienic.  It also keeps younger customers from spilling contents when waiting to pay for their candy.  Some retailers keep the ties behind the counter, so sales staff can close off the bag as part of the final sale process, while other retailers let the customer decide when to tie off their bag.  Either way, do not forget this simple little detail.

So the question remains; how many bags to purchase?  If you are choosing to use the bags on a roll, 1 or 2 rolls placed in the store will suffice.  Rolls typically have 1,500 – 2,000 bags per roll.  If you choose to use bulk flat bags in containers, it is recommended to start with 1,000 – 2,000 bags.  The most commonly used thickness for candy bags is 2 mil.  A thinner thickness may break with the weight of the candy, especially at the seams; while a thicker bag will not offer much flexibility and remain too stiff for the candy.

Bulk candy sales are a great profit maker for any retailer.  However, making the process of selection for your customer should always be the main focus of your business.  One last point to consider is the cost for the bags.  Remember to add the cost per bag into your price per pound.  That way you will realize the maximum profit on your bulk candy sales.  Every penny counts.

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