If you have a box truck, then you can easily have a billboard as well to promote your business or organization! This full box truck wrap is the ideal rolling billboard. If your business operates a fleet of box trucks, a few or even just one box truck, you really can’t afford NOT to wrap it. Did you know that vehicle wraps, or “rolling billboards” as the industry likes to call them, are the most effective form of outdoor advertising? Why else would big companies spend thousands of dollars to rent and wrap custom made rolling billboards that aren’t even vehicles that they own and operate. So, even if you own just one vehicle or operate a fleet of many, you too can create your own rolling billboard for less than $2.50 per day. Vehicle wraps are easy to design, produce and install when you work with the vehicle wrap experts at Iconography. There are three basic components to every vehicle wrap, and Iconography’s in-house team of experts work together on all three aspects to make sure your vehicle wrap is nothing short of amazing: DESIGN: All great vehicle wraps start with a great design. Your vehicle wrap design should be bold, simple, and communicate one basic message. A common mistake we see is that some designs are too complicated or too many messages are included. When this happens, your audience may be left saying, “gosh, that was pretty…but what was it advertising?” Our team of graphic artists works with you to
Sparkle Restoration Services located in Santa Ana, CA are in the business of making things shine! So, of course they would opt for fleet graphics for their cars and trucks that do the same.
The vehicle wrap experts at Iconography are proud to have designed and wrapped this stunning fleet of 100 trucks for Rotary International’s Disctrict 5320!
The vehicle wrap experts at Iconography are proud to have designed, printed and installed this box truck and trailer wrap for Nexgen Construction located in Los Alamitos, CA. Bright, bold and eye-catching, you can’t help but notice these vehicles as you drive around town.