Separate names with a comma.
Missed the live Ask the Expert event?
Not to worry. Check out the archived thread of the Q&A with Ken Hutcheson, President of U.S. Lawns, and the LawnSite community in the Franchising forum .
Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by Expert Lawns, Mar 25, 2004.
Here are two layouts I have received so far. Which do you like and why?
Its very hard to put alot of information on a truck and still make it look good. But it looks like you accomplished it very well. I would go with #2, it does look very professional.
I second that. Option #2 looks really good.
They both look really good and stand out I think you will all right with either one.Good luck with it.
I like # 1 best. Nice job of showing us the choices as well. The phone # placement on #2 I like better but I don't care much for the lettering on the bed of #2.
I like #2, but the bed might be a little busy
#2 I think. The bed might be a little cluttered, but put it all out there and make it look awesome. One of our trucks has lettering on the bed and it looks fine. Maybe don't put AS MANY services on the bed portion, just enough to get the point across. If you have a website, put that on there...maybe it is and I didn't notice.
Hi Expert Lawns,
How about #1 with your phone number along the back over the wheel in larger letters?
My thoughts exactly. When people drive by, it would be hard for them to read everything on the side of the truck. The most important thing is that they get the name and number. That should be the emphasis.
Thanks for all the comments guys, I'm still a bit torn and I'm waiting on one other layout. I'll post it when I get it.