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Thu Jul 18, 2019 8:48 am

Throughout this site several people have mentioned useing 99Designs to design their truck or trailer wrap. Definitely my plan the business model looks very good to me. In business I've had conflicts with artist several times. That said, in several looks at their web site, no phone number or direct "questions" email address was noted. So, through them you get a design for your wrap. The designer(s) send you the file in one pf several formats, then what. Do you send the files to a local sign company to have the work printed and installed? Any ideas about what that cost for lets say a twelve or sixteen foot trailer or step van?

Thanks in advance!
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Sat Jul 20, 2019 10:18 am

Thats what we did with some of our vans. We sent the graphic to a wrap shop to get it wrapped. It was really expensive. A simple wrap for a Chevy Express van cost over 1,000 and that is only using a few colors.
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Thu Sep 12, 2019 7:51 am

We had our wrap designed from 99 designs, I have also had them do our logo anda tshirt design. i really like working with them. The basic concept is, you pitch an idea and you have designers submit what they have designed. you can choose a couple of designers and the best one wins. There are plans you can choose where if you don't like any designs you don't have to pay anything.

We spent about $500 on the design and an additional $4500 to have our Mercedes Sprinter 2500 wrapped.
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Thu Nov 14, 2019 2:33 am

Is that the usual price tag on stuff like that btw?
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