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Wrap More Than Presents!

NOVEMBER 26, 2018| SpeedPro East Bay

Travel signage is the best way to easily market your products and brand. It is especially important during this time of year with the holiday season starting now. Get the mobile signage that best fits your traveling needs.


Fleet Wraps

There are three different ways to decorate your vehicle with signage. The first option is a complete vehicle wrap.







This is good for really catching people’s eye and getting them intrigued. It’s a great was to create that first initial point of contact. It’s important to remeber that it takes about 6-8 touches to generate a sales lead. Having a creative, fully covered fleet will make these touches happen so naturally. Marketing yourself has never been easier. If you do not have the means to fully invest a vehicle’e entire being to this marketing objective, a partial wrap is another easy way to get on board with mobile branding.




Partial wraps capture bystander’s attention without you feeling like the center of it. These are cost-effective and can have a 3-5 year life span with proper maintence and care. They can even protect your car from outside forces such as weather or dings from other car doors.



Lastly, the least amount of car wrapping available is vinyl graphics/ lettering. Very minimal compared to the others however, it still manages to make impressions.


Always Working

These graphics are constantly working even if you’re not. Wether its parked in front of the grocery store or at your child’s game, fleet wraps are always spreading the word. Fleet wraps can reach hundreds of people daily and more depending on the distance and time spent driving. Along with fleet wraps, we can also wrap coolers, storage vehicles, and shipping containers and much more. The return on this investment is unbelievable due to the fact that it is a one time cost that can last years! This holiday season is bound to create more traffic for your business so get prepared and start wrapping today!


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