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Arctic Coolers Brands with Ford Transit Connect Fleet Vehicle Wraps in NJ!
Founded in 1986 by Andy Pearl who calls himself a “certified health nut,” Arctic Coolers is a premium supplier of bottleless office water coolers. Located in Mt. Laurel New Jersey in Burlington County, Arctic Coolers turned to Sunrise Signs to help them brand their fleet of 4 Ford Transit Connects by designing and installing van wraps.
Arctic Coolers’ website reveals why bottleless office water coolers are the best choice for offices:
- Economical – Bottleless water can reduce office drinking water bills by up to 50 percent.
- Healthy - Their dispensers are like mini water purification plans so each glass is healthy and void of toxins.
- Eco-Friendly – Replacing just one five-gallon jug cooler is the greenhouse equivalent of planting 120 trees each year.
- Easy – Offices can skip water bottle deliveries and instead take advantage of Article Coolers’ EndlessSupply™ System. This system uses the existing water source and purifies the water so it’s not only easy, it’s convenient, simple and provides an endless supply of purified drinking water.
Arctic Coolers services the Mid-Atlantic region including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Southern New York and Northern Virginia. Rather than offices buying expensive water bottles for their coolers and wait for scheduled deliveries, founder Andy Pearl knew there was a more hygienic way to have fresh filtered water.
Armed with innovative and cutting edge technology along with what they call “the best customer service in the business,” Arctic Coolers is also active in the communities they serve including supporting Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, the Animal Welfare Association and The Sunshine Foundation.
This bottleless water service company is also a member of and in good standing with the National Water Quality Association, the Eastern Water Quality Association, the Better Business Bureau, the Cherry Hill Chamber of Commerce, the Southern New Jersey Chamber of Commerce, the Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, The Burlington County Chamber of Commerce and the Lancaster County Chamber of Commerce.
To help build a brand, contractors and service providers of all sorts need to find a way to deliver a consistent message to consumers. One of the most effective ways to do this is by installing fleet vehicle wraps—this is exactly what Arctic Coolers chose to do with their fleet of 4 Transit Connect vans.
On the sides of these van wraps, our graphic designers used the Artic Coolers’ logo and company name and to emphasize their eco-friendliness, a graphic of the planet was utilized. We also inserted their toll-free telephone number, website address and a great branding message—“Call for Your Free Trial.” The wraps themselves combine fresh whites and blues with a splash of green in the Earth graphic.
Graphics of water droplets and splashes are seen throughout all sides of these Ford Transit Connect fleet van wraps. The rear of these van wraps include similar branding elements as the sides but also uses two more branding messages: “No more water deliveries or bottles to lift & store” and how customers can “save 50 to 70 percent versus a bottle of water.” Stunning blues were used on the rear of these fleet wraps.
The roof and front of these Ford Transit Connects also received some attention in these full body vehicle wraps by repeating the company name and logo along with the website address on the front hood and water droplets and blue stripes on the roof.
Artic Coolers now has a fleet that is getting noticed as these Ford vans drive the streets and highways of their service areas. Branding is best done via consistency in advertising and what better way to do this than fleet vehicle wraps?
Are you looking for a way to brand your business—whether you have one, two or a fleet of vehicles? Let Sunrise Signs show you exactly what we can do to help boost your brand!
Now, let’s take a look at this fleet of eye-grabbing Ford Transit Connect fleet wraps…