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Adrian Steel and Signature Graphics Collaborate to Create Online Vehicle Design Tool

October 19, 2011

Adrian Steel and Signature Graphics are collaborating to offer Commercial Curb Appeal, which is an online design tool aimed at making branding vehicles easy for small business owners, according to an Oct. 5 press release.

The new tool provides the businesses with a way to create a personalized identity for their work van or truck through access to materials, production methods and design options.

Companies can custom design their own vehicle graphics online or use the tool to help reinvent their old brand. The installation process is managed by Adrian Steel’s national distributor network.

Since a local business’ vehicle is on the road every day representing that company in the public, it is important to have a brand that stands out and tells the company’s story, said Todd Goldmeyer, Adrian Steel’s marketing manager.

Vehicle graphics are an opportunity to make a positive impression on clients day in and day out.

“Commercial Curb Appeal is changing the commercial graphics industry,” said Tim Guse, Signature Graphics president. “The online design tool is a quick and cost effective way for Signature to provide exceptional graphics to anyone with a commercial vehicle.”

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