William Bounds Honors Merchandising Creativity of Specialty Retailers

The Kadee Kay Gourmet displayThe Kadee Kay Gourmet display

TORRANCE, Calif.-William Bounds recently announced the winners of its fourth quarter 2011 William Bounds Display Contest, honoring specialty retailers with unique displays of its line.

Featuring five winners in three award categories, the creative displays included pepper and salt mills dressed as Mr. and Mrs. Claus, a beautiful PepArt assortment with wicker Christmas trees and twinkling white lights, and even a PepArt display featuring the iconic Betty Boop in a leopard print Santa Claus hat.

The category winners for Best Overall William Bounds Assortment are Home & Farm Supply in Jackson, Calif. and Chef Central in Paramus, N.J. The category winners for Best PepArt Display

are Kadee Kay Gourmet in Mt Dora, Fla. and Tablas Creek Vineyards in Paso Robles, Calif. The category winner for Most Creative is Mary & Martha's in Columbia, S.C.

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