After 11 victories, five pole positions, and two championships on the track, one of the “winningest” race cars in the history of the International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) officially retired in style.
Stripe Art in Simcoe, Ont., is taking advantage of the burgeoning vehicle wrap market. Owner Dave Churchill and his team shared how they are leveraging this growing trend in their local community and positioning their business for future success.
By Estella Tolentino-Cooke Vehicle wraps come in many shapes and sizes. For those clients looking for maximum visibility, there is no greater platform than a moving billboard such as a bus or train. For signmakers involved in this segment of the industry, huge vehicle wraps come with their own unique set of challenges. One could…
Offering more design and finish options than a paint job, vinyl wrap is overtaking the market as the favoured medium for corporate advertising. In addition, vehicle wraps provide consumers with an affordable way to show off their personal brand, or simply change the colour of their vehicle.
Today, there are growth opportunities in the vehicle graphics industry across the market spectrum. Although the commercial market is more mature and more concentrated, it continues to grow at a high single-digit rate.
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