About Us

As part of the Canada’s Best Store Fixtures Inc. team, Action Retail Outfitters is positioned to better serve our customers from coast to coast. Action Retail Outfitters offers a great variety of products and service options: from standard gondola shelving, display racks, slatwall and gridwall accessories, hangers and mannequins, to specialty glass and metal shelving. Whether you are looking for a standard or a custom fixture with specific requirements, Action Retail Outfitters will work with you to help you merchandise your retail space.

Our diverse and talented team, specializing in design, engineering, manufacturing, sourcing, installation and merchandising are one of the most creative and innovative teams in North America producing environments that are as distinctive and varied as the businesses they are created for. Action Retail Outfitters has two locations: 410 Madison St. Winnipeg, MB, R3J 1J1 and 9115 Stadium Road, Edmonton, AB T5H 3W7. In Edmonton you can visit our showroom to see our great selection of store fixtures and accessories.

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Products & Services

With an infinite number of store fixture solutions and endless options for customization, our product and service offering is matched by no other.

Our team of experts becomes an extension of your team to …

design a retail environment and fixtures that are appealing and practical, made from a single or combination of materials such as metal, wood plastic, glass or wire

manufacture, source and supply the highest quality of fixtures at the most effective cost and schedule, consolidating your orders to make execution as simple and painless as possible.

deploy our local installers and merchandisers and create a custom team built for your project to meet your onsite needs.

offer a variety of different products & merchandise including packaging, hangers, showcases, mannequins and display forms, grid and slatwall accessories, security products, signs and sign holders, and much more.

See our Online Catalogue if you wish to place an order. Some of our products are available for order online.

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Latest News

Virtual Shopping Gets Real

Virtual reality is becoming so prevalent it’s threatening to overtake the real thing. So the fact that it’s creeping into the retail environment should surprise no one. Think people with their faces crammed into massive headsets loaded with increasingly sophisticated immersive software that’s transporting them to other places by the sights and sounds emanating therefrom. A whack of different players — Microsoft, Samsung, Google and Sony prominent among them — are all fighting for a prominent berth in this new market. And why not? A recent study revealed that two thirds of consumers would be interested in so-called “virtual shopping.” No wonder Facebook recently coughed up $2 billion to buy Oculus VR, the company behind a prototype VR headset. And lest brick-and-mortar stores fear this development is yet one more nail in the coffin of their traditional existence, virtual reality has something to offer them, too. Inside this environment, customers can try outfits on an avatar whose dimensions and proportions are exact reproductions of their own. They can find their size, pick their colour and even align their choices with what’s already in the online inventory of their current real-life closet. Sephora has Pocket Contour, a virtual make-up artist app that lets consumers explore makeup tips on a mockup of their face. And The North Face has recently introduced virtual reality software to some of its stores so that shoppers there can road-trip products they’re considering into the conditions for which they’re ultimately intended. In collaboration with cinematic virtual reality company Jaunt, stores in Chicago, San Francisco and New York now offer completely immersive 360-degree 3D video technology designed to transport consumers to Utah’s Moab desert and California’s Yosemite National Park, and to do so […]

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