POLARIS RZR 900 XP GLOSS 3M VEHICLE WRAPS WITH CUSTOM DESIGN AND METALIC INK
Get More Vehicle Wraps will wrap your polaris rzr xp with 3M gloss vehicle wrap material, custom printed with our state of the art vehicle wrap printers, Lamination and custom design for the low price above. We provide 2 hours of design services included in the price. You have no limit on what we wrap your vehicle with whether it is a picture of downtown Los Angeles, skulls, flames, solid colors and or company wraps. Call today to Schedule your appointment! Design, Print and Installation usually takes 5 days unless otherwise specified. Rush services available for a extra charge. The price above is with the economy vehicle wrap installation.
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Whether you operate a fleet of 2,000 trucks or rely on a single van to deliver your products and services, Get More Vehicle Wraps and T-Shirt Printing graphics can transform your fleet into cost-effective media assets, powerful enough to drive brand awareness, sales and business growth.
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Everyone’s always on the go. Shouldn’t your brand be, as well? Add a level of sophistication to your marketing mix with fleet graphics.
The power to reach—Even a single intra-city truck with graphics can generate up to 16 million visual impressions in a year.*
The power to impress—Study after study ranks fleet graphics as the most cost-effective and influential advertising media available. How influential? One study found that:
• 97 percent of survey respondents recalled the ad on the truck.
• 98 percent thought the ads created a positive image of the advertiser.
• 96 percent thought fleet graphics had more impact than billboards.**
The power to target With Unbeatable Values It’s undeniable. With low cost-per-thousand-impressions, fleet graphics offer the single most cost-effective advertising tool available.
Wrap advertising or a Vehicle Wrap
is the term used in the marketing practice of completely or partially covering (wrapping) a vehicle in an advertisement or livery. The result of this process is essentially a mobile billboard. Wrap advertising can be achieved by painting a vehicle's outer surface, but an increasingly ubiquitous practice in the 21st century involves the use of large vinyl sheets as "decals." The vinyl sheets can be removed with relative ease, drastically reducing the costs associated with changing advertisements. While vehicles with large, flat surfaces (such as buses and light-rail carriages) are often utilized due to ease, cars can also serve as hosts for wrap advertising, despite consisting of more curved surfaces.
Recent advancements in vinyl development have led to new types of vinyl, designed specifically for wrap advertising—this includes vinyl that feature bubble-preventing air channels and microscopic glass beads that prevent an adhesive from functioning until the user is prepared (the beads allow the material to be repeatedly lifted and reapplied during the wrapping process, without compromising the longevity of the wrap). The vinyl is heated with a heat gun or torch for the purpose of molding the material around objects.
Decals can be made to cover side and rear windows on a vehicle, but for obvious safety reasons, the front windows used by the driver are not covered. The decals on side windows are typically perforated, so that it is still possible for passengers to look outside. Wrapped advertisements must often be divided into a number of smaller pieces to appropriately cover any movable panels on the vehicle, such as the fuel tank cover, trunk openings, and other doors.
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