The Denver Wraps Of The Car

Growing up in a family business, you learn a lot of things that are not part of the every day stuff most people do or know about. Part of that was how to get the information out to customers, or really, people who you wanted to be customers. One thing we did was take information out of phone books, and created our own mailing lists. It was super time intensive and not always remarkably successful.  I remember my dad used to get these magnetic signs with the company name and phone number on them to stick on the doors of our vehicles once we could not find a decent hand lettering guy any more. My dad even had a skinny one made special to fit on the back of the pickup tailgate with the company name and phone on it.

The funny thing was that we did get some phone calls from people who had seen the car or truck in traffic. They always needed a lot more information about what we did and who we were when they called. It took a lot of explaining and sometimes we could help them, but sometimes, not.

I thought about those signs my dad used to get when I was a kid growing up. I know it was kind of embarrassing to me at the time to have advertising stuck on the side of my parent’s station wagon. I felt like everybody was looking at us. The signs were made to be able to take them off so you did not have to use them all the time, but seems the only time they came off was when we washed the car or sold the truck. There was always an impression from the dirt and stuff on the paint where the magnets had grabbed on, so it affected how much we could sell the vehicle for sometimes.

Fast forward a few decades and now I understand why my dad ordered those signs. We needed every available opportunity to get before potential customers and beat out the competition. I decided to check out options hoping that I did not have to get the magnetic stuff and destroy the paint on my new trucks, and I also knew that hand painting my company name, phone, website, and logo was going to be wicked expensive if I could even find someone to do it anymore. Looking around I kept seeing these great graphics on company vehicles, and found out they were wraps.

It seems car wrapping in Denver is the way to go now for utilizing the open space on your vehicle, and it is super reasonable compared to custom paint work. You can also get it replaced easily if something damages one of the wraps. It is a vinyl that has all my information on it, and can be done in color and graphics and all sorts of eye-catching stuff. They can even do them for windows that are made for safe viewing to drive.

Denver car wraps are getting really popular. Besides the fact they are economical, you can do some really neat things to advertise your business, organization, or even event, they are so reasonable. And you can also do some seriously cool artwork to customize your service trucks or vans, or even your personal vehicles including your motorcycle, RV’s, and trailers. There are even some that can safely be applied to your side and rear windows and you have full visibility, and your company logo is staring the guy behind you in traffic in the face.

When I started looking around for a Vehicle Wraps Denver company, I wanted a business that had good service and a good track record. It was going to be an investment in my business and I wanted it done right. I called around and felt out the various companies, but I got the idea to start stopping and asking people in company car that had wraps I really liked who they had used for their really snazzy ones.  Turns out car wraps Denver offers vary a lot by how people feel about them, price, but most of all, the quality of the vinyl and plastic films they use, how the color holds up, and the quality of the graphics work and printing.

I took down some names and recommendations, and was glad I did. I found a terrific company that acted like they wanted to be part of my marketing team and they helped take my ideas and turn them into pop off the car eye catching instead of mediocre, bland, and boring. I had to chuckle, my dad would have loved being able to almost force people to take notice of our business name and number now.

Another thing I really liked was the wraps are pretty protective to the finish of my company vehicles. I liked them so well that when I started rebuilding a collector car that I wanted to jazz up, I got a vehicle wrap that used artwork to make it really stand out in shows and rides. It was fun to have something unique to my personality and likes on my car, and I got a lot of compliments. I also won a few ribbons along the way.

If you are thinking of reaching out to the whole world to increase your business, think about a car wrap. Denver vehicle wrap companies vary. Ask questions, find a team who thinks like you do and can give you solid advice and really great workmanship. It will pay off a lot when your phone rings and you start getting contacts from new clients.