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Signs/Advertisement/Lettering

Expert Lawns

LawnSite Silver Member
I'd like to see some pictures of trucks and trailers. I am looking into getting my stuff lettered next year and would like to see some examples. I already have a logo and would like to see everyones size, shape, color scheme's etc. Thanks guys.

Here's the truck I'm using. Feel free to give me suggestions on the size/color/location.

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Ryan Lightning

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
CA
Heres mine, I didnt want to put a huge logo on my truck, I was going for name regonition. They can look in the phone book if they didnt see my phone #.

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Expert Lawns

Expert Lawns

LawnSite Silver Member
Nice logo Ryan, how much did it run ya

Only one response? I know there are more out there. lil' help lil' help
 

pjslawncare/landscap

LawnSite Bronze Member
Location
Southern Indiana
Avery's got a good point, red aint real good in showing up loudly. I lettered my truck primarilly for appearance (image) reasons. I havent the need to advertise that much as we stay quite busy in season times. Here are some pictures of red trucks w/logos though.

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Expert Lawns

Expert Lawns

LawnSite Silver Member
The biggest outfit around here has about 30 red trucks and enclosed trailers. The lettering is green and black with white outlining.
 

Critical Care

LawnSite Bronze Member
Location
Central Oregon
Ya' know, it seems as if it's easier to have good signs on Fords and Chevys. My Dodge, below, has contours that have caused my larger magnetic signs to come off of the doors. Arrgh! Some lettering doesn't show up that well on darker vehicles, such as red, but Turf Pro's logo shows up real well on that white truck.

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