Our car wrap and vehicle graphic services reach beyond our hometown and include clients in the Clarksville, Tennessee area. Finding new markets for us to grow our client base is always exciting, and we are seeing some great brand growth in the middle Tennessee area. As positive word regarding the quality of our vehicle wrap work spreads, we have seen an increase in the number of “out of town” companies and clients reaching out to us and willing to travel to reach us.
Clarksville Homes contacted us to help them bring to life their custom Toyota Prius wrap project. Starting with some phone conversations and brief emails to establish a feel and direction of the wrap, the art department began putting together some concepts for their design using some images and logos provided by the client. A Prius is a fun car to wrap, and although it may be small, it is actually a good canvas for designers to find ways to relay information. Logos and graphics are easily displayed on the vehicle, and it makes for a fun design process. Using the company’s preferred colors, some hi-resolution pictures, and some custom textures, our designers were able to formulate an eye-catching design that pleased the client – all through remote interaction. For the actual wrap installation, Clarksville Homes brought the car to our facility here in Franklin, TN. The end result was a colorful, relevant, informational wrap project that should help Clarksville Homes achieve some local and regional exposure going forward. Their design even incorporated a QR code to drive smart phone users to their home page for more information.
We were also contacted by Allstate Insurance of Clarksville to help develop a vehicle graphics solution for their Chevrolet Tracker project. We first received some pictures of a few corporate vehicles done in the past and started to formulate a design and concept for this particular vehicle. The car is silver, but the Allstate colors are blue and white. The initial concept was to apply some cut vinyl logos and graphics, but after a few conversations, we decided to get a bit more creative and pursue a partial car wrap design. Supplied with the client’s headshot picture, we added some creative elements as a backdrop to the sides that allowed us to be more versatile with the design. After client approval, as with Clarksville Homes, Allstate’s representatives dropped off the vehicle at our Franklin facility for the installation. Using digitally printed graphics on the sides of the vehicle and some cut vinyl on the rear window, we were able to take their concept and make it reality, turning the Tracker into a mobile billboard for their insurance agency in Clarksville. Contact us for your free vehicle wrap and graphics quote at 12-Point SignWorks today, and see what we can create for you!