Vehicle Wrap - What to do with a "Hard to Wrap" Vehicle?
One thing a signmaker loves to hear is “I would like a vehicle wrap.” A vehicle wrap allows a signmaker to let his imagination to run wild. A vehicle is a varied canvas with which to create all sorts of designs. However, not all vehicles lend themselves to an easy wrap. Some vehicles have many angles and not much surface for the design to be seen. So what should a business owner who wants that rolling billboard do?
CiCi's Pizza Kia Soul - Easy Canvas to Wrap
Although wraps are very attractive and can be fanciful, sometimes the best solution for getting your name and brand recognition in front of the public might be a combination of full-color stickers and simple cut vinyl lettering. When properly placed, your name and full-color logo can be a simple message that is quick and easily recognized. Your lettering can be placed on the windows, door panels, tail gate, rear window and many other locations that will get you noticed as much as a full vehicle wrap for a fraction of the cost.
Kia Soul Partial Wrap - Less Cost, Still Big Bang for Marketing
Let’s look at the cost comparison. A complete vehicle wrap is priced according to the area it covers and difficulty of application. Obviously, the less the area, the less the cost. Cut vinyl and logo stickers use much less area. In order to control your cost you have a few options to work with. Instead of a complete wrap you may want to combine a partial wrap with cut vinyl lettering or go completely with the cut vinyl and logo sticker alone.
HHR (left) has many more curves than Scion (right) making it more difficult and expensive to wrap.
No matter whether you get a complete vehicle wrap or want the lettering alone, Signs & More (770-383-8808) can provide you with brand recognition on your vehicle that won’t break your budget.