Warrington sign-maker 'delighted' with housing trust vehicle project
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By News Desk
12 April 2011
A total of 84 vans were wrapped by the Warrington team
Signs Express's Warrington centre has completed a vehicle-wrapping project for social housing provider Golden Gates Housing Trust, which involved installing branding on 84 vans.
"We are delighted to be working on a project of this scale and also for a company which is a very important part of the community," comments David Morris, who owns the Warrington centre with his father Alvin. "The vans look fantastic and we are particularly pleased with the finished look."
The same wrap, featuring the housing trust's logo, was applied to the sides and backs of all 84 vans, in order to add decoration as well as protect the bodywork from damage, Signs Express explains, allowing owners to return the vehicles to their previous state. Diamond shapes were also added to most of the bodywork.
Golden Gates Housing Trust will spend a predicted £105m on improvements to social housing over the next five years, which Signs Express says will give the area's housing 'a massive boost'.
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