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Treatibles Introduces Revolving Counter Display Filled with Intro Packs

It features the branded header, “Good things do come in small packages.”




(PRESS RELEASE) NASHVILLE, TN – Retailers can now capture customers’ attention with a portable and revolving counter display from Treatibles. The pioneer and industry leader in creating full spectrum hemp CBD products for pets is pleased to offer this new option to retailers, which is great for POP sales by the register or as an eye-catching display in the supplements section.

Designed to encourage pet parents to try their products, the revolving pegboard counter display includes 12 hooks and the Treatibles branded header, “Good things do come in small packages.” Retailers have the option to display three Intro Packs per SKU or mix ‘n match.

“Our Intro Packs serve as the perfect cost-friendly solution for pets trying CBD for the first time or for customers looking for an on-the-go product, as they’re great for travel, walks and more,” commented Julianna Carella, founder & CEO of Treatibles. “And now, our new attention-grabbing counter display will allow us to further support our retailer partners year-round by driving consumer trial.”

The Intro Packs are available in 12 different SKUS, including Hard Chews for Dogs (small and large), Soft Chewables for Dogs, Soft Chewables for Cats and Extra Strength Soft Chewables with Salmon Oil for both dogs and cats.

All Treatibles products are made with Organic Full Spectrum Hemp CBD Oil and help provide calm (to maintain normal emotional balance and promote relaxation), balance (by supporting digestive tract health and assisting the immune system) and ease (by enhancing function of joints and connective tissue).

The revolving counter display is free with the purchase of 36 units (12 SKUS, 3 each). Retailers interested in learning more or placing an order are invited to email or call 510-290-2861.




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