Do you run a restaurant or food truck? Do you own a catering business? Vehicle wraps Fort Worth consumers see on a daily basis help to spread the word about your company. Not only do these wraps brand and market, but they also assist with generating a need. When you are driving your wrapped van in downtown lunch hour traffic, you will be seen by office managers in charge of party planning. They might not have thought of ordering the type of food that you offer but after seeing your wrap, they may just give you a call to shake things up from the usual menu choices. With this philosophy in mind, SAVOR Culinary Services opted for vehicle graphics!
Located at 2410 West Abram in Arlington, the company provides is food delivery service to consumers in Forth Worth and a variety of surrounding areas. Customized meal deliveries assist those who are switching from pre-packaged meals to home-cooked healthier choices. She also provides gourmet or comfort foods for those in need of highly customized diets.
After adding boutique catering to the menu of services, it was time to discuss Nissan Rogue vehicle wraps for Fort Worth and the other delivery areas. This is when the company’s management team contacted Cowtown Graphics & Signs.
We worked with the white color of the vehicle, which is perfect for branding. On the sides, we added the logo that website visitors are already familiar with. In green, we included the company’s tag line. In red, we provided a niche explanation. In slightly smaller letters, you can see the website address and also the notation that food allergies are no problem for this catering outfit. The back features lettering on the rear window, which repeats the phone number, logo and company name. The website address is placed on the bumper and the food allergy notation is repeated.
The Case for Vehicle Graphics
Do you want your car, van or delivery truck to look this amazing? Are you worried about the cost? Think again. The experts at Franchise Know-how reveal that the average billboard costs between $600 and $2,400 per month. You usually have to commit to multiple months. In addition, if you want your billboard to be situated in a high-traffic area, there is a good chance that you may have to pay even more. If your restaurant or catering business is just starting out, this is a huge advertising expense. On the flipside, there are vehicle graphics. A well done wrap costs about $3,500 and lasts for about five years. It advertises night and day, around the clock. Not only is this marketing product cheaper in the long run, it is also much more effective than a stationary billboard.
If you have been kicking around the idea of getting vinyl lettering or a partial or full wrap for your business vehicle, call our friendly wrap experts. We gladly sit down with you and sketch out some options for your car’s specific make and model. This gives you a good idea about the marketing and branding your vehicle could do on behalf of your business as well as your products.