Accessibility can be a key component to merchandising and sales. In my time as a department manager for a men’s clothing outfitters, I spent a lot of time evaluating and changing out my display mannequins.
If I put an outfit up on display on Friday morning, by Sunday afternoon, all of my product, well at least the popular sizes, would be completely sold out. If I didn’t have any of an item on the shelf, the shirt would literally be taken off of my mannequin’s back.
It was about having the merchandise accessible to the customer’s that allowed for the sales to take place. They could see the clothing hang correctly. They could touch and manipulate the fabrics. They could visualize themselves in those clothes. Accessible.
With the mannequin displays, it was easy to use clothing security tags. I could hide them in the fold of a collared shirt, or even retag the pants in the back waistband. It was easy to rearrange the clothing security tags without jeopardizing our clothing security.
I didn’t need my clothing security to be like Fort Knox with every thing under a strict lock and key. I just needed enough security to make sure that if someone did try to steal the clothes that the clothing alarm would go off as they exited the store.
Visit the Loss Prevention Store to purchase a clothing alarm or clothing security tags and an Electronic Article Surveillance or EAS system.
For more information on Checkpoint tags, clothing security, clothing alarm, or clothing security tags how they can work with your Electronic Article Surveillance or EAS system contact us at security tags on clothes or call 1.866.914.2567