Central Islip, NY (PRWEB) December 17, 2012
On December 17, Nationwide Car Wraps Manufacturer, JMR Graphics, commends an Alabama contingent of the Salvation Army for using a vehicle wrap, as reported by AL.com.
The Salvation Army in Mobile, Alabama installed a car wrap on one of their vehicles. The vehicle was wrapped in the Salvation Army’s signature shield and color scheme. The AL.com article claims that the vehicle will be seen throughout areas in Mobile and Baldwin counties. The wrapped vehicle will be visible while it performs Salvation Army related duties such as gathering gifts for needy local children.
The article relates the objective of the Salvation Army’s car wrap. The chairman of the Salvation Army felt that wrap will serve as a means to raise awareness of the army’s activity for all the people who see it on the move.
JMR Graphics representative Maggie Zolla praises the Salvation Army’s use of a car wrap to promote their good deeds. “It inspires a very heart warming sentiment to see people help each other, especially during the holidays. By using Car Wraps for one of their vehicles, the Salvation Army has taken a giant step in making their efforts visible.”
JMR Graphics is an award winning Nationwide 3M Certified Manufacturer of Graphics for over a quarter of a century. We specialize in branding companies through Fleet Graphics, Vehicle Wraps, Architectural Wall Graphics, Promotional Window Clings, Floor Graphics, Event Signage and much more. We offer a variety of 3M Graphics Films, which are specially designed for most surfaces that require a changeable, short and long-term application. Our exceptional “Turn Key Service” is backed with a 3M MCS Warranty to give you peace of mind, when you need optimum performance for the intended life of your graphics. With our state of the art, cutting edge facility we inspire our clients by providing creative design, custom printed graphics and handle a network of nationwide installers. JMR Graphics provides expert capabilities and capacities needed to meet any graphic challenge.