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A keen-eyed Reddit poster noticed something fishy about a towel display at Bed, Bath & Beyond.While real towels are wisely kept within the average shopper’s reach, store designers use a pretty neat trick to make super-high shelves look fully stocked––by layering single sheaths over stacks of foam rolls (see photo at right).
A commenter who apparently worked for the ubiquitous retail chain said this is nothing out of the ordinary:
“[sic] They do this at every bed bath and beyond. We have the towels out back, we actually do it to prevent them from getting really bad crease marks and dust.”
When it comes to luring customers, appearance is a huge piece of the puzzle for retailers.
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