If your business utilizes enclosed trailers or even box trucks, nothing promotes your company’s branding like full wrap trailer graphics. We recently designed and wrapped this trailer for #1 Properties of Cheyenne that is sure to turn heads! First of all, the concept of loaning out a trailer as part of a home sale seems like a great idea – but taking it one step further and having the trailer be a rolling billboard all over town makes it a slam dunk!
#1 Properties was founded with the vision of being the real estate brokerage in southeast Wyoming that brings knowledge, exemplary professional service, and community commitment to all aspects of real estate brokerage. Garry Chadwick, the owner at #1 Properties has built a solid reputation for results based on that concept.
Trailer graphics Cheyenne are a great way to turn your existing enclosed trailer or cargo trailer into a highly visible mobile billboard. Here’s some key reasons to pick up the phone and give us a call about getting your brand noticed:
- The team here at Connecting Signs will first design an effective graphic based on your brand, the message, and your target audience.
- Next we utilize the latest technology, environmentally friendly printers and premium quality vinyl that is long lasting, easily removable, and will not harm the surfaces that they stick to.
- Our team of installers can get your graphics wrapped on the trailer in a professional manner, using the techniques we’ve learned over the years.
- We do everything in-house! Having a one-stop shop keeps our customers free to work on their business, and not be trying to manage a graphic design, then find a sign company to print and install the vinyl.
Whether you’re a landscaper, mover, plumber, electrician, roofer, or any other contractor or service company, your enclosed trailer graphics are going to turn heads where ever it goes just because of its enormous size and bold graphics or lettering. With proper care, a trailer wrap can last for about five years, which means that over several years, a trailer wrap will end up costing as little as a few dollars a day!