Be creative and create a professional ute design that turns heads and stands out on the road!
There are plenty of pest control companies so we want the design of our ute to make the customers say “We need to use this company!”
This ute is not only used to do pest treatments, but also as a sales car when we drive to locations to quote jobs and/or meet referrers. Therefore, it can't be a crazy over the top wrap that looks like a billboard on wheels, it needs to be professional yet also advertise our company.
We need the following to be addressed in the wording and design:
• 7 days a week
• After hours emergency services available
• All work guaranteed
• Call: 1300 361 646
The company name, phone number and web address needs to be clear so that customers can easily identify how to contact our company.
Our logo and photos of our ute are attached. Whilst this is a beige colour ute, all future utes are likely to be white so the design needs to cater to this as well.
Ute Coverage: We are open to the sides and bonnet of the cab to be covered, but also want the outward faces of the toolboxes to be covered as well. I have attached an example of what a draft of this looks like from our previous company name, although this is not an indication of the design we want, but has only been included to show what faces of the toolboxes and ute that we want covered. Designers are free to be creative. The previous design was probably a bit simple and not reflective of a vehicle for a large company.
Photos: See our website for a large number of photos of pests on individual pest pages. If you need individual photos from our website, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll send through whichever photos are needed. We’ll leave it open to each designer’s creativity to decide whether and what photos to include.
Colours: See our website for colours, but we don’t want the ute to be a simple black and red design, particularly since future utes are likely to be white.
Designers are encouraged to be creative, we are excited to see what designers come up with.