Hardcover book about the history of air and surface critical care transportation.
Working with The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, Adventure Advertising help to create a successful community family event to promote bone and joint health through healthy lifestyles. In addition to all of the outdoor activity stations, we designed and produced an event workbook and t-shirts handed out to participants and team leaders. See photos and the full story here.
Post Office Editorial and Adventure Advertising team up to create commercials for Habitat for Humanity ReStores.
Post Office Editorial, a film production company in Camden, Maine, and Adventure Advertising, an advertising agency located in neighboring Rockport, Maine, collaborated with Habitat for Humanity spokesman Steve Thomas on a series of six live-action/animated television...
Why settle for just a sign on your storefront when you can turn the whole storefront into a sign? You’re spending money renting your location, so why shouldn’t you get maximum return from it. One of the easiest ways to do this is to add window graphics that tie into...
We would like to say “Thank You” to everyone who contributed to the “Souper Hero” food drive at Adventure Advertising. Through the generosity of customers and clients and Adventure employees, we collected and delivered over two truck-loads of much needed food to the...
In April 2013, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, along with the Slim Goodbody Corp., released a series of interactive books for young children (K–2). Adventure Advertising had the pleasure of designing the books and helping to create the educational...
Adventure Advertising recently completed a video animation production about the dangers of driving while distracted.
Your mother was right when she said, “Be sure to make a good impression.” Marketing your business is all about making an impression. More specifically, making a number of impressions repeatedly to your target customers. In marketing terms, an impression is one view...
SCORE Small Business Administration’s excellent list of advertising tips for small business. These concepts are simple, direct, and effective. SCORE has many resources that benefit business, and we encourage you to visit their website for more information.
Recently, our fearless leader, Joe Ryan, was featured in an article in SignCraft Magazine. Can partial wraps be a practical alternative to full-vehicle wraps? “I explain that we do lots of vehicle graphics and many are wraps,” says Joe Ryan. “We can use the whole...
FAQ What You Need to Know Before You Wrap
How much does a car wrap cost?
Great question and there are many parts to the answer. Everything affects the final cost from the amount of time spent on the design, to the size and coverage amount of the vehicle, to the complexity of the installation. In the broadest of price ranges using a standard van size, a partial wrap could start as low as $500, although most will end up around $1200. A full wrap for a vehicle of comparable size could be as low as $2000, with a more typical cost being in the $2500-$2800 range. We invite you to stop by at any time to discuss your project. We can then provide you with a more accurate estimate.
The good news is we can usually find a great design solution to meet any budget.
How long will my wrap last?
Is a wrap cheaper than a paint job?
No, it is not. A color change wrap is likely to be more expensive than a primary paint job by 25% or more. Color change vinyl wraps are a great alternative to achieve special effects and textures. There are many interesting choices available today, and we'll be happy to show you samples of the latest technology.
Is my wrap guaranteed?
Yes and no. Some materials come with a manufacturers warranty that is subject to care and maintenance. Other factors will include the condition of the surface. Suspect areas such as rust, dents, repainted surfaces, and other conditions cannot be guaranteed. However, we want every customer to be satisfied with the value of every job we do, and we always do our best to perform repairs or replacement at a reasonable expense to you.
What do I have to do before I bring my vehicle in for wrap?
Your vehicle should arrive clean and free of rust, wax, and polish for proper adhesion. We will do final cleaning just before installation to remove any dirt that may have made its way onto the vehicle on its way here. An additional cleaning charge may be added to the final project is extensive cleaning is necessary before our installation.
How long will it take to wrap my vehicle?
Most wrap installations only take a day or two; however, there are often three or four weeks leading up to the installation day. This time includes design, your review, and approval, printing, lamination, and installation preparation. When leaving your vehicle for installation, we ask that you remove all personal and stored items, or request a 'walk-around' to make a note of all items left with the vehicle. Adventure Advertising is not responsible for loss or damage of such things without an agreement of possession.
How do I care for my wrap?
Keep your vehicle clean of dirt, grime, salt, and grease.
When washing your vehicle use a nonabrasive liquid cleaner.
Hand wash vehicle for the first two months while the wrap material adhesive cures. Ater that, we recommend hands-free car wash (like our friends at Mt. Battie Car Wash). Never use a high-pressure car wash.
Vehicle wraps can be treated the same as paint. Wash with care, attend to any scratches or other mishaps right away, and protect of direct sun damage with UV protecting wax.
Inspect the graphics regularly for any loose edges. If you find any, please stop by our shop for repair as soon as possible.
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Rockport, Maine 04856