Rent A Kat
Johns Creek, GA
Sometimes a trailer wrap is exciting simply because of what the trailer carries. This one hauls Prowlers and Vipers to special events.
Wrapping a motorcycle trailer is not unique, but when you wrap it for a law firm using it to market to bikers that changes things.
While we can wrap just about anything, using it build a brand is something that happens after it leaves our hands. Doug Clayton at Bulls Eye Marksman has one of the most recognized brands in town. Why? Because he makes sure his trailer is always in a location with lots of visibility and a high traffic count to make the most out of his investment!
Atlanta Basement & Remodeling wanted to capture the eye of prospective customers using a full wrap on their aging trailer. Using a different photo on each side of the trailer gave them a chance to show off more of their craftsmanship.
To reach both commercial and residential markets, this trailer utilizes a different image for each side. Using a different design for each side of a vehicle is a great way to attract multiple markets. Even slight variations in design, such as color combination, can generate more impressions.
Creating a partial wrap design that keeps costs down while making an impact is our specialty. Applying the design to multiple vehicle models while staying consistent is critical when working with a national franchise chain.
Wrapping these two, later three, trailers started with a logo. While we don’t often do logo design, sometimes it is the necessary first step in the process. These trailers are mobile walk-in freezers so having an image that portrayed their job was critical to reaching their audience. A clean and bold logo along with a supporting background image really brought these plain grey boxes to life.