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The Wrap on Trains, Planes, Buses and Towers.

February 17, 2012


LOS ANGELES, Feb. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — The days of imaging buildings and many different forms of transit, has been led by Los Angeles. “Due to vibrant and safe vinyl technology, the style of imaging called “wraps” are now bigger than ever,” states Brett Caruso. Wraps can be seen on building towers, city buses, metro train lines, planes, tour buses, subways, and automotive vehicles around Los Angeles as a great way for events, brands and services to stay current and raise interest and awareness for the people. The Los Angeles Fire Department and The Department of Building and Safety have approved the perforated window vinyl material used for large creative “wraps” and the technique of installation. This material allows for a safe installation on the property that does not hinder ingress and egress and the vision of its passengers, tenants or guests. In Los Angeles, Metro buses, tour buses, Staples Arena, L.A. Convention Center and hotels like the Marriott have been permitted by the City for wraps, which create vibrant visual images for events, products and services for the community. Safe to say that wraps are here to stay offering a high impact, high visibility medium that brings energy and visual sound bites to the masses.

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SOURCE Brett Caruso


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Topics: Bus, Los Angeles