Design & Price: Graphics for a 16-ft. trailer
By SignCraft Magazine
Posted on Monday, October 31st, 2016
Coming from a neutral third party like Quickbooks, it went a long way in convincing him that a wrap was what he needed. I also reminded him that phonebook advertising was obsolete, and whatever monies he had sent that direction could be used far more effectively in his vehicle graphics work. Convinced, he was ready for us to set to work, not just in wrapping his trailer but in designing an entirely new image for his company.
In a few days, we had a logo designed for his review, and he came in and absolutely loved it. After that the wrap design was easy. Once the job was completed, we made plans to wrap his truck as well within the next few months. Additionally, he wants us to build a website for his company, and I sold him a set of full color business cards. All in all, it was a pretty nice upsell for a guy who came in just wanting simple lettering! We used fonts from LetterheadFonts.com, Signfonts.com and TheFontry.com. We used the ever-versatile American Capitan font for the secondary copy.
Logo design … $240
Trailer wrap design … $240
Print and install wrap using
OraJet 3165GRA film and Oraguard 210
Overlaminate … $2600