The Cask & Hammer is a dream-come-true for the craft beer lover. Located at 334 North Harbor Boulevard in La Habra, it is a sign of the times. California has discovered craft breweries and is no longer content with the usual offerings on tap. When this business opened, it experienced an immediate outpouring of support.
Due to the unusual location of this business, and to keep folks coming in, the owner decided to commission window wraps that display a Mexican Day of the Dead design. Previously, the windows were painted black, and some passersby thought the bar was closed. This busy design looks great and even identifies the address with an overlay above the door.
Painting windows black has always been a great way of keeping prying eyes out and enticing curious consumers to step inside for a closer look. It is also an excellent method for keeping the eyes of young folks out. Unfortunately, doing so results in a look that makes a venue look shuttered. Not surprisingly, some prospective customers may keep on driving simply because they believe the bar to be closed.
With a window wrap, you can still accomplish your goal of piquing the interest of thirsty patrons. It obscures the view inside even as it presents passersby with an attractive display of images that also offer your company’s color scheme or symbol choice. In the case of the Cask & Hammer, the wrap includes plenty of casks that brand with a subtle play on words.
Restaurants, pubs, bars, bistros, diners, and bakeries know that windows are largely untapped assets in the day-to-day advertising of their venues. While window lettering and graphics significantly enhance name recognition and brand awareness, wraps take the marketing process a step further.
Contact our graphic artists to discuss your order of vinyl window wraps for restaurants in Orange County, CA; of course, we also treat the windows of bars, diners or any other hospitality venue.