Publix Super Markets Selects Kane Industries for Three-Division, 720-Store, End-Cap Continuity Promotion Programs in 2004.
Business Editors/Supermarket/Houseware Writers
OXNARD, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 10, 2003
Kane Industries was selected by Publix Super Markets to supply displays and coordinated kitchen ceramic, textile, and vinyl products for end-cap continuity promotions in 2004. Approximately 720 stores in the company's Lakeland, Miami, and Atlanta Divisions will participate in the Kane promotions, which are slated to run in January and April.
Publix will run two January programs featuring the Kane Catalina collection, and a third in April featuring Kane's Tuscany Spice collection. The January promotions include an eight-week run at Publix' 298-store Lakeland Division and a ten-week program at its 221-store Miami Division. The Tuscany Spice program will run for six weeks in Publix' 201-store Atlanta Division.
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3. Kane president Jim Zimring, "This deal is a direct result of the impressive performance experienced by Publix with our Catalina collection at the company's Jacksonville Division in April 2003 -- one of the best continuity programs we've run to date. Although Kane is considered a relative newcomer to the supermarket continuity business, we have enjoyed significant success in a relatively short period of time, which I credit to our unique coordinated product offerings."
Products to be offered in the Publix promotions include hand-painted ceramic plates Ceramic plates (also known as trauma plates) are commonly used as inserts in soft body armour. Most ceramic plates used in the body armour industry can protect against a NIJ level III and IV with a IIIA vest supporting. Ceramic plates are a form of composite armour. , mugs and bowls, as well as matching large serving pieces, salt and pepper shakers Salt and pepper shakers are condiment holders used in Western culture that are designed to allow food eaters to distribute edible salt and ground pepper. This is a conjoined term for salt shaker and pepper shaker. , trivets, and spoon rests A spoon rest is a piece of kitchenware that serves as a place to lay spoons and other cooking utensils, to prevent cooking fluids from getting onto countertops. . Other goods include coordinated printed kitchen towels, dish cloths, pot holders, oven mitts, and vinyl placemats and flannelback tablecloths. The Kane Catalina pattern features a spirited, playful seashore motif, while Tuscany Spice is captures the aesthetic old-world charm and colors of the Mediterranean. Retail prices are $1.49 to $3.99 for most items, while some of the larger serving pieces are priced as high as $12.99 and $14.99.
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Cooking utensils, dishes, and other small articles used in a household, especially in the kitchen. retailers. The company's products are principally sold via end-cap continuity programs, open-stock plan-o-grams, and in custom point-of-purchase displays.