Back in the day, my dad had a couple decals on his SUV that advertised his accounting firm. The vehicle graphics were placed on his windows via vinyl. I thought it was super cool, because I could easily identify his car from others that looked similar. I could tell from a mile away that he had arrived to pick me up from school. Plus, what child wouldn’t like having their last name on their parent’s car? I loved it!
Obviously, that point of view is pretty naïve. My seven-year-old self only identified the benefits of vehicle graphics from a child’s perspective. However, in terms of marketing, vehicle graphics and partial wraps provide exposure in which no social media platform or email send can compare. In fact, because of his decals, my dad was able to spark conversations with others about his firm and the story behind his logo. Some of his friends followed suit and put their logos on their vehicles, too.
Spread the Word With Vehicle Graphics
Are you looking to increase sales at your company? How about turning leads into satisfied customers? If you answered “yes” to either of those questions, vehicle graphics or partial wraps could be the solution for your fleet of commercial vehicles.
A run to the grocery store, gas station, or even an out-of-state road trip could result in a conversation that leads to gaining a new customer. It can start off with a simple statement and question: “I like your vehicle graphics. What does your business provide?” Then the rest would be history.
Vehicle graphics and partial vehicle wraps can give you the opportunity to increase exposure wherever you go; it’s marketing on the move. A mobile billboard. Your business on-the-go. They can be as simple as just your logo and contact information, or you can customize with whatever you wish. The freedom is yours!
At Classic Sign Services, we are able to fulfill all of your vehicle graphic needs in-house. Thanks to our new location, we have the space to finish your job inside and on time, without depending upon good weather to complete. We can get the job done, rain or shine. Plus, we can ensure competitive pricing. Take a look at a recent commercial vehicle graphic project we finished for Mitts Electric in Troy, Missouri:
When you look at this van, you know what business it represents, along with a few services they provide. The logo is shown in addition to the phone number and their website. The vehicle definitely stands out compared to those that don’t have graphics. In addition, we’ve completed other projects for their fleet of commercial vehicles, so that they have a unified look.
This bus for Dardenne Baptist Church also displays vehicle graphics. Their contact information, website, and address are shown, as well as a cross. Not only will other drivers see who the vehicle belongs to; they’ll also know their main message and how to contact them.
When we created the vehicle graphics for Starting Point Real Estate, we made sure to keep their brand first. Their colors are prominent, as well as their logo, fonts, and slogan. If someone is in need of their services, their phone number is bold and noticeable.
The box truck graphics we created and installed for Storage Sense are quite large, and for good reason! It’s obvious what the business provides while looking at the truck. Consumers receive the opportunity to view the inside of the facilities, and envision how the space could benefit them. And, of course, the phone number and website are featured.
Vehicle graphics and partial vehicle wraps can be a great choice to relay your message to others. They keep your brand in the forefront of your audience’s mind. Whether your fleet is large, with vans, trailers, and box trucks, or small, with a couple cars, we can finish them all!
Perhaps you’re still on the fence about purchasing a vehicle graphic. If that’s the case, experiment with some designs and speak with those whose businesses have benefited from them. As always, you can request a quote on our website, or call us at (636) 978-4664 with any questions you may have. See just how many benefits you can reap from vehicle graphics and partial wraps!
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This blog post was originally posted on June 8, 2020 and was updated for comprehensiveness on June 1, 2021.