Capitalizing on the Holiday Hype: Store Décor

by Roxanne Conrad on October 8, 2019



“Howl” O-ween

Halloween doesn’t have to be all about the human kiddos. Plenty of families celebrate Howl-o-ween by either dressing up their furry loved one, or getting them some extra special toys and treats to keep them busy during trick or treating hours. Why not incorporate a Trick or Treat Display in your store: Display some favorite or best-selling dog toys next to those favorite, best-selling dog treats.


Safety First, Thank you!

Thanksgiving is a time many of us celebrate all the things we are grateful for…which does not include puppy indigestion or emergency vet visits. While pet owners just want to incorporate their beloved companion into one of their favorite holidays, many don’t realize the danger those turkey bones can bring.

Think about showcasing a Thanksgiving Food Safety guide or handouts. Couple this with a display for rawhides, bully sticks, and flavor filled hoof bins, and provide those customers with a much safer alternative. That’s something the pups will be thankful for!


Santa Paws is Coming to Town

Many puppy parents would love to get a family picture with Santa, if they could find a venue that was both pet friendly AND schedule friendly. Consider setting up a corner of the store with a winter wonderland display. Promote scheduled “santa” hours, but leave the display up day-round for those that would be just as happy to take their own fun pics without waiting in line. And don’t forget to keep plenty of small “stocking stuffers” at the registers for those last minute grabs!

Interested in utilizing any of the above graphics? Contact our Success team to obtain personalized displays for your store!

Roxanne ConradCapitalizing on the Holiday Hype: Store Décor