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Vehicle Graphics = Great Investment – Vancouver, WA

It’s year end and time to finalize that 2012 marketing and advertising budget.  If you’re looking for a big bang for your buck, don’t forget to include vehicle graphics in that plan.  At a cost of less than 50 cents per thousand impressions, fleet graphics offer a truly cost effective way to reach your customers with memorable messages.

We’re not kidding.  According to statistics published in the Media Buyers Guide, vehicle messages cost only $0.48 per thousand impressions compared with a cost of $19.70 per thousand impressions for newspaper and $21.46 per thousand for magazine ads.  Even the great value of $3.56 per thousand impressions for outdoor billboards looks pretty expensive compared to putting eye-catching graphics on your trucks and cars.

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In fact, the American Trucking Association has found study after study places mobile media as the single most influential and cost effective advertising media choice.

By now you’re probably wondering how much a vehicle wrap costs.  Prices can run from as low as $200 for simple door messages featuring a business name and logo.  And for only about $3,000 for a full wrap you can make a major impression out on the road or even parked in a busy lot for months or even years.  And if you’ve got multiple vans or trucks your message is amplified that much more by having a consistent message on the entire fleet.

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