Shop! Awards Display of the Year


The 60th annual OMA awards were handed out last night, honoring the best-of-the-best in in-store marketing and promotions. Presented by Shop!, a total of 183 winning displays were recognized with Gold, Silver or Bronze awards during the ceremony at GlobalShop.

The competition consisted of 23 categories, each with three subcategories. The award-winning displays received the highest scores in design, innovation, and the proven ability to lift sales during the online judging in February and live on-site judging on Monday, March 26. Judges awarded 36 Gold awards this year.

The most prestigious award was for Display of the Year, presented in three divisions—temporary, semi-permanent and permanent. Only gold OMA winners qualify for the consideration for the Display of the Year.

The 2018 Display of the Year winners are:

Temporary: e3display for Maggi Grill Display for Marcas Nestlé S.A. de C.V.


Semi-Permanent: Pratt Display for Schick Hydro Disposable Edge Floor Display with Robot Motion/Video for Edgewell Personal Care


Permanent: OUTFORM Inc. for Amazon Alexa Super Table for Amazon

Creative and Budget awards also were handed out, along with the Shop! Design Awards, Global Awards and Merriman Above & Beyond Award. For a complete list of the 2018 OMA Award winners, go to shopawards.org. Also, all winners will be featured in the upcoming issue of the OMA Awards Annual.

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