Your vehicle could be your most valuable advertising tool, viewable to thousands
of potential customers each day. We’ll help you with expert design and installation
to bring your message directly to your customers!
Apex Shredding came to us with a design in mind. We just need to help tweak it to
better meet their needs. The truck is done with black and gold metallic vinyls.
Boulder Doggie Adventuresbrought us their logo and said go to it. Their logo stands
out great on the black paint. Noticed the silhouette of the dogs in the window!
Forte Supply came to Front Range Vital Signs and asked us to completely design their
new trailer. Utilizing their logo, a picture of their yogurt machine and some required
text, we were able to provide them with a design that is both appealing to the eye
Mel wanted her motorcycle to stand out. Having done a design for her SUV prior to
this, we followed suite and used a cupcake theme.
Just a couple of the Ratay Realty team’s vehicles. Using similar design elements
such as logo’s, tag lines and colors will make a fleet of vehicles look like they
belong to the same company, even if they are completely different vehicles.
Boulder Nissan wanted to make sure their new Leaf stood out as well as provide a
little fun and information to the public. This FRVS design show’s off the Leaf’s
electrical operation and clean driving.
This window graphic was printed elsewhere, but the owner came to FRVS to ensure it
was professionally installed.
Kevin wanted to make sure his new Boresha franchise stood out. He had FRVS take
his ideas and come up with a design that would be hard to miss by other motorist.
Avid4Adventure provided their own design to FRVS. We printed their design out and
professionally installed them on their vans.
New Sky Energy wanted to make sure their new Sprinter van would show off the important
work they are doing. FRVS used their logo, colors and contact information to give
them this eye catching design.
Klatt Movingand Storage first came to FRVS to create a new logo for them. It has
since found it’s way onto several vehicles including this box truck.
This window graphic for Hair by JC incorporated his logo (which we were able to transform
into a vector image from the JPG file that he provided) as well as contact information.
The image is printed on perforated material so the driver can see out. The text
is solid white vinyl.
Mountain Man Nut & Fuit company wanted to be able to advertise their company on her
personal vehicle. She wanted to also be able to remove it when needed. This vehicle
magnet did the trick for her.
This before and after photograph of the Kastanek Plumbing truck shows the huge advertising
benefit of vehicle graphics.
Rogers Dent came to FRVS with a good idea of what they wanted. With a little tweaking,
we perfected the design and delivered this great looking van.
Baba & Pop’s came to us with a full design. We printed and installed their graphics
on this little food cart.