Endcap



[end-kap] /ˈɛndˌkæp/

noun
1.
a shelving unit for store merchandise that is placed at either end of the main shelving unit along an aisle:
an endcap displaying some items on sale.
2.
the retail space at either end of a strip mall:
a bank endcap with a drive-through window.

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