The Long Beach Ronald McDonald House, which offers families a place to stay while their child is being treated in a local hospital, relies upon philanthropic gifts from the community to support these families in need. True to the spirit of community in Long Beach, this trailer wrap was made possible through the generosity of local businesses.
Graphic trailer wraps, such as this one, offer the utmost in mobile outdoor advertising. These rolling, mobile billboards offer the best statistics all-around when it comes to marketing impact for outdoor media.
1. Design – first, you need to know what message you want to deliver with your mobile billboard. Whether your objective is overall branding and awareness, or promotion of a specific product or service, the important thing to remember with mobile advertising is to keep it simple. Overly complex designs, too many conflicting colors, and too much text are common mistakes made my inexperienced designers. Save the detail for your website.
2. Production – once a design is completed and approved, your mobile billboard needs to be printed and laminated. Depending on the size of the project, this can take 3-5 business days in general. The design is first printed on one of our large formal digital printers. The prints are then left to dry for a full day before they are finished with a laminate film to protect them against fading and minor scratches.
3. The final phase is installation of the graphics on your vehicle. Again, depending on the size of the project, vehicle graphics can be installed in a day to several days. We strongly recommend installation of graphics at one of our clean, indoor facilities. Due to size constraints or fleet volumes, sometimes this is not possible. An indoor facility is preferable, as is a temperate climate.
Interested in a mobile billboard project? Give the experts at Iconography a call today at 562-424-4353.