Earlier this week, we described efforts to rotate displays of inventory at Rudy’s Happy Patch Market in order to capture customers’ attention. Every available inch of space is used -- even the parking lot. In the market’s north customer parking lot, colorful displays are grouped for customer enjoyment as they enter the market area. But staff have the challenge of not only displaying market offerings, but maintaining adequate parking space for visitors.
Stuart Perry, Perry Wellness Center founder and CEO, says, “We have found that, if we make colorful groupings of our plant and shrub inventory, our customers get ideas and purchase more of these plants.” He also notes, “We are aware of parking during the most demanding market days.”
The photo above shows the large area of plants enjoying the morning sun before the parking lot fills at Happy Patch.