When it comes to spending your advertising dollars, there are plenty of options out there for your business. The traditional marketing route still has its place, however, as technology advances, so does the landscape of the advertising industry. One of those technological advances that has revolutionized the way many businesses market their products and services is commercial fleet wraps.
Advertising on the side of one’s vehicle is not a new concept, as companies have been displaying vital information about their business dating back to the days of horse and carriages. Over the course of the last century, this marketing strategy has become a mainstay because of the visibility of these commercial vehicles on the open road. With each coming year, more and more drivers take to the road and companies are capitalizing on this trend. According to the Outdoor Advertising Association, commercial vehicle wraps reach 30,000 to 70,000 people every single day.
These numbers are staggering, and what is perhaps more appealing is that these commercial wraps are reaching a cross-section of potential customers. Your traditional marketing strategies that focus on television, radio, and print often reach a specific demographic that is targeted by that television program, radio station, or newspaper, respectively. A commercial vehicle wrap is noticed by one very large demographic – anyone who owns a vehicle. Included in that demographic are virtually individuals from every walk of life.
So, if you’re looking for the most bang for your buck, it’s clear that a commercial vehicle wrap is the way to go. For ideas, take a look at some of the commercial vehicle wraps we did for Geico, Goettl Air Conditioning, Little Caesars, and Red Bull.
Our skilled team is completely focused on providing awesome service, especially when it comes to our specialties of retail signage/displays, corporate decor, and vehicle fleet wraps. Call us today at 866-907-8438 to learn more about our capabilities and how we can help you create and properly install your next project.