If you’re a decent person, you probably don’t want people in your vehicle to get seriously injured. And, unless you’re some sort of weirdo, you’re not really into getting into car accidents. So, why on earth would you ever cover your windows with vehicle graphics? You’ll discover the answer to this and more as you read about why Mitzi’s Place Day Care called up Specialty Graphic Solutions for vehicle graphics for day care centers in Ridgefield, WA.
What’s a “Mitzi”?
Mitzi is the owner of Mitzi’s Place Day Care. They’ve been serving the areas in and around Ridgefield for nearly a decade now. They’re licensed by the state and offer care for children of all ages, including infants. Some of our mighty sign makers can act like kids sometimes, but Mitzi’s Place doesn’t cater to adult children.
When an organization that does so much to help out busy parents came to us for vehicle graphics for day care centers in Ridgefield, WA, we were more than happy to lend a hand. Mitzi’s Place wanted to step up their marketing. Rather than outfitting the kids under their care with t-shirts featuring their branding and letting them loose in the wild, they thought it’d be a better idea to add vehicle graphics to their SUV. Fortunately, they contacted the right sign shop for the job.
The Mitzi Not-so-Bitsy Graphics
As always, our first step in the vehicle graphics process was to meet with the client and check out their ride. Mitzi’s Place had a big Ford Excursion that they used to transport precious cargo: other people’s kids. At first, when we recommended that they install window graphics, they thought we were crazy. Sure, we’re a bit crazy, but in this case, we recommended perforated vinyl that would still allow the driver to see out with high visibility. Plus, it would cut down on the amount of direct sunlight the kids would get, and people wouldn’t be able to look in at them.
The client soon began to see the benefits of these graphics, and once they approved the mockups we provided them with featuring the artwork they provided, we got down to work.
We used 50/50 perforated vinyl. This means that 50 percent of the surface area is made up of small holes. The graphics were printed directly onto the vinyl, and we applied an optically clear laminate to serve as a force field against the Pacific Northwest weather. Once it was ready, we scheduled a time to install the window perf when Mitzi’s Place could be without their car for a few hours. We installed the perforated vinyl on the side and back windows.
Overall, we completed the layout, printing, and installation in-house. The client was completely satisfied with the work we did. Now, as they travel the roads of Southwest Washington, they’ll boost their branding and attract new customers.
Are you ready to turn your company cars into your top marketing tools? If so, contact the mighty sign makers at SGS today for a free quote!