SkinzWraps Sees Great Success in Its Fleet Vehicle Wrap Program
DALLAS, TX, Oct 07, 2010 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — SkinzWraps, Inc. (pinksheets:SKZW), the vanguard of the vehicle wraps industry in the United States, announces today that it has successfully wrapped over 110 fleet vehicles during Q2 & Q3 of 2010, with new orders for Q4 of 2010 and Q1 of 2011 totaling an additional 100 fleet vehicles. Fleet clients include: Atmos Energy Corporation, HomeTeam Pest Defense, Commercial Body & Rigging, Concentra Operating Corporation, NovaCopy, Inc., and Time Warner Cable, Inc.
“Historically fleet operators have been underserviced by our industry. Over time they have come to accept cheaper materials, mediocre design, inconsistent install quality, and geographic limitations as the norm for fleet wraps. Our new Fleet Vehicle Wrap Program, which includes award-winning design, color matching, high-def printing, expert installation, real-time logistics, and guaranteed delivery nationwide, has changed all of this,” says Peter C. Salaverry, CEO of SkinzWraps, Inc. He adds, “The net effect is that our new fleet clients are very satisfied and SkinzWraps has been able to expand its market reach while raising the bar of expectation.”
About SkinzWraps, Inc.
SkinzWraps, Inc. is the industry’s leading vehicle wrap company offering a full suite of solutions. SkinzWraps, Inc. pioneered the concept of wrapping vehicles in 2001 and since then has wrapped over 6500 vehicles nationwide. SkinzWraps is headquartered in Dallas, TX and services clients all across the United States.
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