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Trang Nguyen, , San Francisco, CA
Wed Jul 11, 2007
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wrapping is sooo temporary, show you mean it by painting your car!!!

Seriously, I wanted to get a custom wrapped truck when I first got into real estate...a big hummer with me plastered all over it...basically saying "Here comes Trang!", but I decided not to, San Francisco has a lot of graffiti so I probably would have ended up with a big mustache or something, LOL

Another approach to car wrapping is using a moving truck. You can wrap that and there is enough room on it to sell advertising space to other real estate vendors to cover the cost. http://www.onthemovetrucks.com is always at the major conventions...they have some really nice looks.
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Jeremiah Joh…, , 95946
Wed Jul 11, 2007
Thanks guys. We have several agents in our office who use the moving trucks. They all used Amazon Printing, a local printer. I myself do grafics for the agents. I already have the design and have lined up several local vendors to cover the cost of the car and the wrap. Just wanted a check a few more places before I made my mind up on who to use. thanks everyone. Cant wait to hear some more.
Web Reference:  http://www.4saletour.com
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Vicki Masell…, Agent, Duluth, GA
Wed Jul 11, 2007
A little over 3 years ago, we purchased a used truck and had it "wrapped" in eye-catching graphics using a local sign company. The original idea was not mine (I credit http://OnTheMoveTrucks.com); however, due to the fact that my truck was older and not purchased through them, I had to set it up myself, getting insurance, moving equipment/pads, rental forms, and, of course, finding a good local print & graphics company. They were great, taking my concept and rough sketch and bringing it to life the way I had envisioned. I would speak to other individuals and companies in your area who have wrapped vehicles. Ask them how their graphics company performed on pricing, willingness to cooperate, the quality of materials and printing used, durability, and appeal of the finished product.
Web Reference:  http://MyGeorgiaHomes.com
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Vicki Moore, Agent, Roseville, CA
Wed Jul 11, 2007
I've never used them, but you could try Lowen. They're an approved RE/MAX supplier.
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