Vehicle fleet rebranding is one of the most cost-effective ways to enhance the reach and returns of your targeted marketing campaigns.
Today’s post reviews research on fleet wrap effectiveness, spotlights untapped opportunities for targeted marketing, and explains how to book a free vehicle fleet rebranding quote and consultation in Baltimore, Maryland.
If you’re looking to increase the reach and returns of your mobile billboards, vehicle fleet rebranding presents some unique and highly cost-effective opportunities for targeted marketing.
The general marketing value of vehicle wraps has already been borne out by numerous studies, including:
Clearly, the value of mobile billboards for scattershot marketing is not in question. However, according to one report in the latest edition of the Interdisciplinary Journal of Signage and Wayfinding, fleet wraps remain criminally underrated as tools for targeted marketing.
That’s surprising, considering how easy it is to unlock targeted marketing solutions by changing your fleet wraps and/or routes. For example, you might:
And with the help of our in-house wrap and graphic specialists, vehicle fleet rebranding is fast and easy, so you can roll out new seasonal copy, limited time promotional materials, and niche campaigns as needed.
At Baltimore Signs and Graphics, vehicle fleet rebranding is a cinch, whether you’re trying to re-wrap entire fleets or update specific areas.
We handle everything in-house, which means you can take your fleet vehicle rebranding project from creative ideation to final installation fast, working with a single point of contact, rather than trying to assemble and manage a team comprising multiple shops and specialists.
And if you’re looking to build on existing wraps, or spot-treat damaged areas, we can help you get the perfect color match. But don’t take our word for it—check out this recent repair to a ServPro fleet vehicle:
Call 410-877-6011 or visit our website to view more finished projects and get a free quote on vehicle fleet rebranding.
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