What is a PDQ Display
PDQ displays are smaller displays typically found near a checkout counter in retail. Drugstores, grocery stores, travel centers, truck stops, convenience stores and mass merchants prefer these types of displays due to space. They work best for smaller items with a 8-16 count. Use of eye catching graphics give counter displays the pop needed to promote a product at retail. PDQ displays advertise your product and help sell more of your products, faster through quick education and eye catching design.
What does PDQ stand for?
PDQ is an abbreviation for “Pretty Darn Quick” or “Product Displayed Quickly”. Depending on the part of the country and the manufacture you’re speaking with either is acceptable.
What is PDQ packaging?
A PDQ display is a point-of-sale tray, bin or rack that is lightweight and easy to install in retail stores. They are usually made of cardboard and placed at checkout counters or used as floor displays in high-traffic aisles.
Counter displays can be printed to match the branding of a product. Counter displays are most commonly used in retail stores on the checkout counter. They offer high visibility to impulse products and promote quick purchases. Being light and small, a counter display is easily moved as needed.