It all started with a bland, perfectly non-descript pick-up truck. A white body and a dark-colored rocker panel neither turned heads nor said much of anything about the driver. Not surprisingly, the truck’s owner was not overly enthusiastic about the vehicle. As a former student at the University of Tennessee, he decided that a bit of the good old-fashioned school spirit could dress up the vehicle. While alumni truck graphics in Orange County are not all that rare, seeing some that commemorate out-of-town schools is indeed a head-turner.
We worked with this alum and did a partial truck wrap that consisted of a 15” stripe on the rocker panels at the base of the vehicle. We matched the University of Tennessee’s orange color and turned the back panel into an orange and white checkerboard to get rid of the dark two-tone coloration all the way around. Next, we added the Tennessee “T” to the front right behind the wheel. This truck now looks great, and the customer is a happy alum.
Why should you add university and college vehicle graphics in Orange County?
Of course, you do not have to stick to school graphics to beautify your vehicle. In fact, why not let your creativity off the leash for a bit? If you drive a large non-descript vehicle with plenty of white, zebra stripes can work wonders. For the VW bug, round black dots make a lot of sense. Creativity is also king when you want you show some love to your child’s high school. Be the parent who leads the homecoming parade in a vehicle that showcases the school’s mascot in decal form. The possibilities are truly endless. Be sure to check out our guide to Orange County vehicle wraps and graphics!
Talk to our wrap installers today to get some idea for how you can beautify your vehicle and make a statement at the same time. Before long, you are sure to be the envy of the neighborhood and turn heads whenever you drive by.