Hangar 24, a local brewery in Redlands, CA, decided to use their unique look and wrap their company van with it. The printing and installation went flawlessly and the finished product was fantastic. Hangar 24 is one of our favorite clients due to the fact that they are always open to new forms of advertising. A great example is their wooden signs they sell at their brewery that are also printed by Monster Media.
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Continuing with the Stagecoach KFROG job of wrapping their entire fleet of promotional vehicles we just finished putting the final touches on their van wrap. The van turned out just as good as the RV if not better and will definitely make an essential addition to this years marketing campaign for the Stagecoach Country Music Festival. Keep your eyes open and you might just catch this van wrap rolling down the freeway next to you.
A local body shop by the name of Hamblin came to us with their Dodge Sprinter Van and wanted us to help them with a full wrap for it. After a couple of weeks of work the van was finished at the end of last week and headed out of the warehouse. Before it left I was able to grab some photos of the wrap. It definitely is one of our eye-catching wraps, seeing as how the majority of the van is wrapped in bright orange artwork.
All this week we have been printing and installing artwork for UCR’s (University Calfornia Riverside) transportation fleet. This is the biggest group of vehicles we have done yet at Monster Media Inc. with our newest printer, the HP Designjet 65500. Thanks to our machines superior printing performance everything has been coming out impeccable. Vibrant colors plus crisp lines equals good wraps.
A local tortilla chips manufacturer asked us to wrap their van this week. Cabo Chips is self started business that grew right out of (you guessed it) Cabo San Lucas, California. We really enjoyed getting to know this company through the wrapping process, so much that after trying their chips we asked them to be one of the sponsors at this years Sea No Evil Art Show. So we’ll be seeing them again in August at the Municipal Art Museum here in Riverside but until then have fun checking out the photos of their finished wrap.
As a follow up to Jason Britton’s RV & Trailer wraps we posted here a little while ago we decided to share the third installment to Jason’s newly wrapped fleet of vehicles. Jason’s van was done in the same design style as the other two pieces and just like the other two the prints came out perfect and the finished product can speak for itself.