Mobile Advertising → Driving Results
Take your messaging on the road! We’ve got you covered. Our team has crafted hundreds of vehicle wraps for local governments and utility companies, helping provide the best messaging on wheels. From small single car wraps, to Sprinter vans, all the way to big box / Vac-con / Vactor trucks, no project is too small or large in scale. As one of the best ways to mobilize your outreach efforts, our wraps are guaranteed to last at least 7 years! Regardless of your location, we have teams across the country waiting to help get your wrap installed and on the road.
Our team specializes in truck stickers and vehicle wraps for local government, public works, and municipalities, but is happy to assist with any custom vehicle wrap project.
We take pride in the quality of our work and guarantee the work of our installation for 1 Year.
Regardless of your location, we have teams across the country waiting to help get your wrap installed and on the road.
Lasts A Lifetime (Almost)
These wraps carry a 7 year fade resistant guarantee.
"Flushable Wipes Clogged My Pipes" custom Vactor truck sticker.
FOG (Fats Oils and Grease) Vaccon truck public outreach sticker.
Toilet trash Vaccon truck sticker.
"No Grease Down the Drain" - Fats Oils and Grease water tank truck sticker.
"This is Not a Trash Can" - FOG & Wipes Box Truck sticker.
"Flushable Wipes Clogged My Pipes" - FOG & Wipes Box Truck sticker.
"Keep Me Clean" (Stormdrain) - Stormwater awareness Street Sweeper truck vehicle wrap.
Fats Oils and Grease ProMaster van vehicle wrap.
Fats Oils and Grease window cling truck sticker.
"Think Before You Flush / This is Not a Trash Can" - Vaccon truck sticker.
Fats Oils and Grease garbage truck sticker for public awareness.
Fats Oils and Grease Nissan truck tailgate sticker.
Lake Stevens Sewer District
We were proud to team up with Tonya of the Lake Stevens Sewer District to create full-sized, double-sided truck stickers featuring color graphics and custom messaging designed to raise awareness.
The City of Watsonville
The City of Watsonville had an entire fleet of trucks, and therefore had blank space for communication messages as the vehicles traveled around the City. They had several messages they sought to convey and had specific goals in mind.