dump bin

dump bin

n
1. (Marketing) a free-standing unit in a bookshop in which the books of a particular publisher are displayed
2. (Marketing) a container in a shop in which goods are heaped, often in a disorderly fashion
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"Our Mobile Two-Tier Wire Dump Bin is perfect for use throughout the store, [especially] at checkout for last-minute purchases such as stocking stuffers, ribbon and tape."
To increase the availability of still and sparkling waters at Central Stores and to help Nick and Sarah Bradley maximise impulse purchases, we positioned a dump bin containing Buxton still water between the news-papers and confectionery.
"These fines are a warning to people not to dump bin bags in alleyways ."
The US decision to dump bin Laden's corpse into the sea was largely motivated by the desire to leave no shrine for bin Laden devotees.
Most town centre shopkeepers simply don't have the storage space available to do anything other than dump bin bags in the back yard awaiting weekly collection.
Gone are the days when charity shops were places where people could dump bin bags full of wornout clothing.
A dump bin will offer 36 soaps in six flora-inspired fragrances: splendid sunshine, fresh cut grass, wildflowers, bumble bee, spring meadow and blue skies.
Every once in a while Jeffrey will run a special on some common vitamins, like vitamin C, and merchandise them in a dump bin on the floor in the grocery department.
This study, titled Merchandising for Profit, confirmed that by moving a product from its in-aisle position to an endcap, dump bin or rolling rack, a retailer could generate significant sales increases for that item.
They range from in-line to outpost standalone fixtures to a spin rack that locks to prevent theft to a dump bin for value videos.
Some stores get rid of dead inventory by having liquidation sales, or putting products in a dump bin or on a clearance table at the front of the store.