The Rally On The River really allowed us to be in front of a lot of people to explain our water transfer process and ultimately allowed us to display some of our most popular patterns as well as different items we can dip.
Thomson, IL (PRWEB) June 20, 2013
The growing water transfer printing company, AquaPrint Solutions, recently attended the Rally On The River, formerly Sturgis On The River. For the first time in six years, the rally actually took place in Centennial Park next to the Mississippi River. For this reason, the event welcomed thousands of motorcyclists and motorcycle enthusiasts.
As the gates opened, AquaPrint Solutions was ready to show motorcyclists just how fast and easy it is to create a custom motorcycle through the process of water transfer printing. They had tanks, oil pans, helmets, and just about every accessory for a bike you can think of on display to show off different ways to make a bike stand out in a crowd.
“We have a great product with a professional finish. I’m a biker myself and I am always looking for a little something to spice up my bike with to stand out in the crowd. Our water transfer printing process allows bikers to get a custom finish without having to wait for an artist to become available and worse, shelling out a bunch of cash to customize their bike. Our process is quick, easy, and doesn’t cost an arm and a leg,” said Jared Brewer, water transfer printing specialist for AquaPrint Solutions.
According to Brewer, they were hoping to tap into the biker market at this event by gaining access to a couple thousand motorcycle enthusiasts. “Water transfer printing is a creative process with nearly unlimited possibilities. We are looking for any group who wants to stand out in a crowd. Bikers seem like a great fit,” says Brewer.
AquaPrint Solutions has been working on creating custom helmets that allow riders to reflect their personalities, feelings, or just to look cool. They have created helmets with skull patterns, camouflage helmets, helmets with breast cancer awareness themes, even helmets with a wood grain pattern.
“The Rally On The River really allowed us to be in front of a lot of people to explain our water transfer process and ultimately allowed us to display some of our most popular patterns as well as different items we can dip. Some people just don’t have creative minds so to tell them how we do something and to tell them about the result is not nearly as effective as showing someone what we can do,” said Brewer.
For more information about the water-transfer printing process, patterns, and to view previously completed projects go to http://www.AquaPrintSolutions.com.