Are trailer wraps right for your business? Only you can say for sure. Read on to learn 5 reasons to consider “billboards on wheels” for business branding, or call (410)-877-6011 to speak directly with a trailer wrap specialist in Baltimore, MD.
Ordering custom trailer wraps has never been easier, and Baltimore businesses have never had such an incredible selection of different styles, cuts, and vinyl grades at their fingertips.
Baltimore Signs and Graphics is home to the largest indoor, climate-controlled trailer wrap warehouse in the area, and our comprehensive selection is bolstered by the collective sign catalogs of 330+ sign partners around the country. If you don’t find what you want in-house, we’ll order it straight away, and help you perfect your design while you wait for your delivery.
Best of all, booking your free trailer wrap consultation only takes a few clicks.
According to a Media Asset-Value Comparison conducted by 3M, vehicle wraps and graphics are the #1 most cost-effective marketing tool on the market, with the average user paying only $0.48 per 1000 impressions. That’s about 50-times less than the cost per mille of television commercials, and nearly 7-times less than outdoor signage!
In Baltimore, you do not need a permit to install a trailer wrap, so you’ll never have to worry about navigating municipal red tape or meeting sign code requirements.
Unlike custom paint jobs, trailer wraps are easy to modify. Whether you need to add or remove design elements, change the wording or date in your promotional copy, or rebrand the entire fleet, it’s much faster, easier, and more economical to make these adjustments on a trailer wrap.
Trailer wraps are also incredibly versatile, giving you plenty of different advertising functionality. These are just a few of the ways our customers get even more promotional power out of their trailer wraps:
Call (410)-877-6011 or fill out our quick contact form to book your free consultation and quote.
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