Packaging, Labels, and Merchandising
We might be graphic designers, brand nerds and manufacturing engineers. But we’re also bicycling, fishing, skiing, paddling, jogging, boarding, scuba diving, and climbing enthusiasts. We understand your most avid customers because we are them. We also design and manufacture some of the country’s best Point of Purchase (POP) displays, labels, and product packaging. Need even more? We also create sustainable, paper-based gift cards, custom print portals, fulfillment solutions and retail signage. With Meyers, you’ll get partners who truly understand your brand and love helping you create the packaging and merchandising solutions that best resonate with your customers.
YOUR SINGLE SOURCE
Meyers designs and produces a wide range of printed materials and POP displays, including folding carton packaging, labels, temporary displays, paper gift cards and more. We deliver greater brand consistency and superior color match by making all these items at a single, centralized facility.
The in-house design team at Meyers creates innovative POP displays for the world’s leading brands and retailers, which have landed us dozens of awards. We’d be glad to help you crush your goals at retail and awards for both of us while we’re at it.
We’re proud of our track record of working with some of the largest brands and retailers across the US for decades. We’ll work hard to understand your needs and deliver the best possible product.
Design, Countertop Diplay
Saucony – Reflex Series
To help launch its Reflex Series of running shoes, Saucony needed a cost-effective, and eye-catching countertop display. Meyers designed an innovative yet inexpensive structure that featured die cuts, lights and the EdgeGlo acrylic shelf to capture the new shoe’s brand essence, reflectivity. For added flair, the acrylic shelf featured a laser image of the Saucony logo.
Design, Interactive Display, Permanent Display
Fleet Farm needed an interactive display for consumers to touch and experience fish finders while still protecting the merchandise. This display needed to securely attach to a variety of existing fixtures and easily relocate to different store locations.
Meyers created a modular, co-branded, interactive countertop display for 37 stores nationwide. This display was custom engineered to withstand high consumer traffic while still maintaining functionality and esthetics. In addition, display components could be changed to reflect product advancements.
The display was so successful that Fleet Farm launched the same display configuration for underwater cameras.