bottle glorifier

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bottle glorifier (plural bottle glorifiers)

  1. (marketing, alcoholic beverages) A display that is designed to fit on a bottle, typically with a cut-out area to hold the bottle in position.
    • 2000 Feb 21, “AJS & Assoc. of Reedsburg.”, Modern Brewery Age: 
      The bottle glorifier features a solar motor that runs on ambient bar light, which oscillates the brand logo. A small flashing LED is also positioned on the ....
    • 2001 Sep 1, “Fall into Whiskey”, Beverage Industry: 
      The 18-year-old has other product-specific materials, such as a review from F. Paul Pacult's The Spirit Journal and wood bottle glorifier sets.
    • 2003 Apr 1, “A Drink to your health”, Point of Purchase: 
      Also highlighting the brand's core convenience and health aspects are a 2-ft. shelf organizer and a bottle glorifier with suction cups
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