Putting the tires you sell on display in your showroom can only be beneficial for sales. Many outlets don’t display their products and even their most faithful customers are often unaware that they actually sell tires. The deluxe showroom display is an elegant stand that holds 8 tires up to 29” in diameter.
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Five individual holders will each take one tire laid flat up to 27” in diameter. With the tires positioned in this way, the customer can easily examine the treads. An info strip can be inserted for the make in question. The deluxe showroom display includes a total of 13 info strips (23” x 2”) for the most popular tire brands. Three more tires up to 29” in diameter can be placed at the bottom of the display.
Promotional use for tires
Auto dealerships, tire shops, marketing groups and tire retailers can all make good use of the deluxe display unit in their waiting rooms or showrooms. Some tire wholesalers set up programs to provide these displays to customers at reduced rates or free of charge in order to encourage them to buy certain volumes of tires or rims. Marketing groups use them to promote a brand or type of tire. An excellent merchandising tool, this display also gives your shop a more attractive look.
Tire display construction
Deluxe showroom display units have a glossy red or black powder-coated finish. Two white sign plates measuring 31¾” x 6” can be used to show your logo or other emblem at the top and bottom of the tire display. Martins Industries prints these plates for quantities of 10 or more for the cost of printing. The display is made of 1½” and 1¼” steel tube.