Does Your Vehicle Generate Sales Leads?

I was checking on a vehicle graphics installation last week when I noticed a wrap in progress on a Golden Malted Van. Last year, I met Golden Malted’s Supply Chain Manager, Bob Berardinelli, while he was waiting for completion of a van wrap. It was number 4 of 22. He was seated in the TKO Graphix break room when I introduced myself and asked a few questions. He shared his experience of driving the third van back to their South Bend headquarters. The company received three calls from prospects who’d seen the wrapped van on the return trip; all three became valuable customers. I asked Bob if he’d mind sharing his story on YouTube, and he not only agreed, but also was enthusiastic about sharing his success. How unusual is Bob’s story? What can be expected from vehicle wrap impressions when compared to more traditional advertising?

• A 30-second primetime spot in the top 100 television markets costs $17.78 per thousand impressions.
• A 60-second drive-time ad in the top 100 radio markets costs $8.61 per thousand impressions.
• A one-third b/w page ad in the top 100 newspaper markets costs $22.95 per thousand impressions.
• A four-color one-page ad in the top 23 magazine publications costs $9.35 per thousand impressions.
• The average for all forms of billboard ads costs $2.18 per thousand impressions.
• Vehicle wraps cost $.77 per thousand impressions (CPM).

(Statistics courtesy of the Outdoor Advertising Association of America)


By |2018-08-16T06:08:36+00:00March 30th, 2012|Featured Customers, Vehicle Wraps & Graphics|

About the Author:

Randy Clark is the Director of Communications at TKO Graphix, where he regularly blogs for TKO's Brandwire. Randy is passionate about social media, leadership development, and flower gardening. He is a beer geek and, on weekends, he fronts the rock band, Under The Radar. He is the proud father of one educator, one principal, has four amazing grandchildren, and a public speaker wife who puts up with him. His twitter handle is: @randyclarktko, Facebook: Randy Clarktko, Google+: Randy Clark on G+

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