High Gas Prices Create Demand for Wraps

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The Earth Times
Jun 17, 2008

SkinzWraps, Inc., announced today that it expects a record second quarter for 2008. SkinzWraps is seeing that small business owners, especially those who can’t cut back on driving because their business requires it, want their vehicles to have a promotional function by having them wrapped to brand their business.

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Soaring Gas Prices Bring New Value to Vehicle Wraps

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Jun 16, 2008

What would you do to get your boss to pay for your gas?

With the pain at the gas pump getting worse every day, what would you do to get your boss to help pay for your gas? Would you work an hour extra each day? Get them an latte on your way in to work?

Employees at Jobing.com already have the answer to that question: turn your car into a mobile billboard for your employer. The company pays a monthly stipend and covers 100% of employee fuel costs – whether personal or business related. Participating employee vehicles are wrapped with company-branded, eye-catching designs; Jobing.com covers all related expenses and adds extra money to employee paychecks for participating.

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Police Cars Get a Wrap Makeover

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Noblesville Ledger
May 14, 2008

The Noblesville Police Department bought nine 2008 Ford Crown Victorias for an estimated cost of $189,900. The vehicles are all black and instead of paying to produce and apply decals with the department’s insignia and “Police” on the doors on both sides, the car doors are being wrapped. The background is white, giving the cars the appearance of being black and white. That can add to the cars’ resale value and make them easier to decommission when the department is done with them.

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Note: the pictured vehicles are not associated with Noblesville PD.

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