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Elite Signs & Graphics Transform Vehicles To Promote SwimKidz

12/11/2015

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Why SwimKidz Went To Elite Signs & Graphics For Vehicle Wrapping Job

SwimKidz, a national organisation which provides swimming programmes for babies and young children recently approached Elite Signs & Graphics with a vehicle wrap project intended for a promotional campaign.

Elite Signs & Graphics had already established a trusting relationship with SwimKidz having previously completed an assortment of Pull-up Banner Stands for the franchise nationwide. It was seen as a logical decision to have Elite carry out the vehicle wrap project as they had complete confidence in their ability to oversee a successful job.

“We have dedicated wrap designers, who were able to take the design brief to another level with the artistic flair and playful nature of the wrap design.”  Simon James, Business Director.

 

What Vinyl Was Used To Convert Cars To Promotional Campaign Vehicles

As part of the project Elite had four full vehicle wraps to complete on a range of off-road vehicles including; a VW Toureg, Audi SQ5, Ford Kuga and a Chevrolet Trax. 

The vehicles were wrapped using 3M IJ180, a digital print film suitable for application on flat and moderately curved surfaces. The second material applied, Contra-Vision, is a perforated window film allowing graphics to be visible from the outside but not the inside; the product is fantastic from a promotional stand point as it provides an opportunity for advertisement messages.

Both 3M and Contra Vision products are available from William Smith with same day despatch.

“The vibrant colours printed on our Roland Soljet onto 3M IJ180 wrap media and our highly skilled wrappers allowed us to complete the project to a high quality with a high impact vehicle wrap that was able to be applied to any vehicle, no matter its size”. Simon James, Business Director.

For more information please visit www.elite-signs.co.uk or tweet @EliteSigns.

 


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