Vans offer a lot of usable space, and can VERY effective- if the artwork is on-task.
If you have a message, we can help convey it. And rather than spending a fortune on a WashPost ad that will line the birdcage next week, these things keep spreading the message- year after year after year.
Please don't be sold a "pretty design" that is full of fancy swirls and unrelated nonsense. A window squeegee would have been more on-point here.
We will be happy to give you an opinion/analysis of the competition's drawings- even if you are forced to use your brother-in-law, we'd still like to see an effective design
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If the name of your business is not obvious and easily readable upon a casual glance, you're on the wrong track. If there is irrelevant "stuff" diluting your message, you are on the wrong track. If the message is lost because the vehicle is too busy, you are on the wrong track.
We'll take a look and give you an unbiased opinion. No charge. It'll take us ten minutes, and you can always go back to your other sign shop, and voice your opinions (but as your own, please). They say potato, you may say potatoe, but if you sell tomatoes, maybe the vehicle should reflect that.