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Concession Trailer Makeover - All American Full Wrap


Trailer Wrap Before

 Makeovers are one of the most enjoyable types of projects we do at Signs for Success. This past month we had the opportunity to do a make over on a concession trailer for White's All American Concessions. The 30' unit is one of their main workhorses and they were ready to change up the image. The look they were looking for was a patriotic, All American look. The strategy is that with a downturn in the economy and an upsurge in the traditional American "CAN DO" attitude, a patriotic theme would attract customers.

Trailer Wrap After As with most vehicle wrap projects, design, layout and proofing take the most time. Vanessa Bogensberger was the designer and worked closely with Nick and Ed White from White's All American Concessions to come up with the perfect layout. The project included removing the existing graphics and the adhesive associated with them.

We used 3M ControlTac High Performance wrap vinyl film with 3M 8519 luster overlaminate.  The graphics were printed on our HP 9000 6-color solvent ink printer using a custom ICC color profile. Once all surfaces were clean and ready, installation took 57 man hours. It took a team effort but we got championship results. The clients were very satisfied with the final results and are now into the busy part of their season.

If you have a makeover project in mind, the trained, experienced, professional team at Signs for Success is ready to help you make it happen.

To see the whole project, watch this video:



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Signs for Success - Custom Wraps and Graphics is located in Spokane, WA and services Spokane Valley, Liberty Lake, Airway Heights, Cheney and Deer Park, pointing coast to coast wherever successful signs are needed.  


Great job guys! Not easy wrapping a trailer with that much detail....well done! Enjoyed th video as well.
Posted @ Monday, June 14, 2010 6:01 PM by Adam
An amazing resurrection of the trailer. It looks like new. Great job.
Posted @ Monday, July 19, 2010 5:29 PM by Steve
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