point of purchase


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point′ of pur′chase


n.
a retail outlet, mail-order house, or other place where an item can be purchased. Abbr.: POP, P.O.P.
Also called point′ of sale′.
[1950–55]
point′-of-pur′chase, adj.
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The "Global Point of Purchase (POP) Displays Market Size, Market Share, Application Analysis, Regional Outlook, Growth Trends, Key Players, Competitive Strategies and Forecasts, 2018 To 2026" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
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The new EFD technology will be sold to manufacturers of electronic smart windows, components for e-readers, e-books, cell phones, car dash boards, scoreboards, large point of purchase displays and other diverse display applications.
The statement said Amy wanted to apologise to fans who had bought tickets and that refunds would be issued at point of purchase.
Security Wrap Advertising, which currently holds the only patent for pedestal advertising covers, offers the manufacturer an opportunity to reach the consumer at that point of purchase, says owner Greg Wren.
The Simpson Group used Point of Purchase (POP) technology to turn the creative team's ideas into reality, incorporating keys parts of the Umbro logo such as brackets and diamond, across the reception furniture, display items and even the inside and outside of the lifts.
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All purchased tickets for the tour should be returned to the original point of purchase for a full refund.
Noting that the grocery industry is the point of purchase for so many recyclable materials, Fleagle said, "It makes sense for us to serve in this educational roleand challenge consumers to think about what they_re going to do with thosebeverage containers, boxes, and other recyclable packages after they'vepurchased and consumed the products."
The Corona Tiki Torch display won the 2005 Display of the Year Award from Point of Purchase Advertising International (POPAI).
New in paperwork is an excellent social history, Sharon Zukin's Point Of Purchase: How Shopping Changed American Culture.