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Vehicle wraps are one of the most exciting new forms of advertising. Wraps are eye-catching and always get noticed. In the vehicle graphics world they stand out from the crowd of die cut graphics that can look boring by comparison. If you use a work van or delivery vehicle a wrap is a no brainier. When you driving through your targeted markets and neighborhoods why not be advertising? Turn your car, van, truck or SUV into a rolling billboard advertising your products or services. As a contractor think of the benefits of a simple plastic sign at the end of your customer's driveway. Your vehicle wrap will go miles farther to capture the attention of the entire neighborhood!

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Fleet Wraps and Graphics in New Orleans, LA

Fleet Wraps

Flash Forward Media has the capability and manpower to add wraps or graphics to your fleet of vehicles.  Fleet wraps and graphics provide the notoriety and impressions that will bring in more business for your company. With a fleet of vehicles at your disposal vehicle wraps are the perfect way to get your company noticed. Fleet wraps are perfect for parcel delivery companies, food delivery companies, plumbing companies, utility companies, and much more! Call Flash Forward Media today and we'll be able to start branding your fleet with graphics right away.

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Box Truck and Trailer Wraps in New Orleans, LA

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If you are a landscaper, contractor, or any other of the hundreds of businesses that utilize a trailer or box truck for material delivery or equipment transportation a truck or trailer wrap graphics is the ideal way to get your company seen. While your out on the road why not turn your truck or trailer into an eye catching mobile advertisement. Our expert designers can produce the exact look and feel you want to portray on your companies vehicles.

We have the capability to wrap any type of truck or trailer. Smooth sided, riveted, fiberglass, aluminum. No matter what the case may be we can design, print and install a vehicle graphics on your truck or trailer that will convey the message you want.

Trailer Wraps and Graphics in New Orleans, LA

Vehicle Wraps, trailer wraps, and box truck wraps

Flash Forward Media can wrap trailers of all types. Whatever the configuration i.e. drop down doors, vents, serving windows, we can wrap your trailer. If you have no idea where to start with your trailer wrap design our seasoned graphic design team will be able to help your articulate your company's message on your trailer. Flash Forward Media only uses the highest quality 3M materials for our trailer wrap projects. Paired with our high resolution large format printer and laminated using 3M matching component system the end product is crisp, clear and durable. All of our installers are 3M certified and are experienced in wrapping all sorts of vehicles, even trailers.

Not sure you can afford a trailer wrap? A trailer wrap may be more affordable than you may think and there are multiple coverage and material options we can offer so we can taylor a custom graphics package to fit within your budget. Call Flash Forward Media today for your next trailer wrap project.

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Smart Car Wraps and Graphics in New Orleans LA

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When it hit American shores the Smart Car created quite a buzz. Despite it's small stature Smart Cars attract attention where ever they go. Because they are such a head turner they have become on of the most popular vehicles to wrap for advertising. Vehicle wraps are perfect for Smart Cars. Because of their size and gas economy, Smart Cars are the perfect vehicle for urban motoring, document delivery, or even food delivery.  Let Flash Forward Media design an original vehicle wrap for your Smart Car today.

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Hybrid Car Wraps and Graphics in New Orleans LA

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Because of ever raising gas prices a car or SUV that get 30 or 35 miles per gallon has become very attractive to Americans. Many shrewd companies are realizing that in order to maximize profits they need to squeeze as much as they can out of every gallon of gasoline. They hybrid car has become the answer to their prayers. Leading the way in the hybrid industry is Toyota with ever distinct Toyota Prius. The Toyota Prius was the first ever hybrid gas electric and brags over 40 miles per gallon. Many other car manufacturers were soon to follow. Honda, Ford and GM have since all come out with hybrid vehicles or hybrid versions or their vehicles. Many of these hybrids have made their way into the commercial working car class. Many are now being used as taxi cabs replacing the outdated Crown Vic. Many have been used as delivery vehicles. While going around town in your market with your hybrid vehicle why not be advertising! A vehicle wrap will get your hybrid car or SUV noticed! We can tailor a vehicle wrap that reflects look and feel of your company and drives the message home to on-lookers everywhere. Especially purpose build hybrid vehicles like the Toyota Prius and the Honda Insight, they really are unique looking and naturally attract attention. Why not capitalize on your hybrid cars ability to attract attention and get a vehicle wrap that expresses your company.

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Bus Wraps and Graphics in New Orleans

Bus Wraps and Graphics

If you want to make a BIG statement bus vehicle wraps and graphics are the best way to get your message across. Chartered buses, tour buses, tour buses, coach buses, or shuttle buses. We can wrap it all! Our in-house design team has years of experience designing on an array of different types of buses and can guarantee that you will be satisfied with your design. From rock bands to political campaigns we can design it all. And you can be sure that we use the best material offered by 3M. The 3M material we use, we guarantee, if removed by one of our 3M certified installers it will not damage the vehicle. So if you are renting or chartering a bus after your event or tour is complete we can remove bus wrap and no damage will be done to the body and underlying paint. Bus wraps and graphics are one of the most effective ways to advertise and make a statement that no one can ignore. We can design, print and install in all of New Orleans, LA.

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Scion xD, xB and tC Wraps and Graphics

Bus Wraps and Graphics

Scion is a relatively new auto brand wholly owned by Toyota Motor Co. produced to target a younger demographic. All Scions yield a very economical price point and have a high MPG average gaining much appeal with younger folks but also attracting appeal from a much wider audience. Because they are such economic cars Scions have found their way into commercial and advertising duties as well. One thing that sets Scion apart from other car brands is their radical styling. They grab peoples attention wherever they go, whether it's the boxy wagon that is the Scion xB or the curving Scion xD or the sporty Scion tC or the incredibly compact Scion iQ they are all potentially great candidates for a vehicle wrap. Because of their wagon like nature Vehicles like the Scion xB and Scion xD have made their way in to undertaking small delivery and commercial duties, such as maid services, computer tech services and in-home PC repair or just a dedicated mobile billboard. Scions are finding their way into the advertising world and are probably one of the most popular brand of cars in the vehicle wraps industry. Or design staff is familiar with every panel and side of every generation of Scion. Let us a design a truly original and radical design for your radical Scion. We offer full vehicle wraps, partial vehicle wraps, half wraps and standard vehicle graphics. Call us today to get a vehicle wrap or graphic done on your Scion today!

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New Orleans Vehicle Wraps and Graphics

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New Orleans is a major United States port and the largest city and metropolitan area in the state of Louisiana. The New Orleans metropolitan area, (New Orleans–Metairie–Kenner) has a population of 1,235,650 as of 2009, the 46th largest in the USA. The New Orleans – Metairie – Bogalusa combined statistical area has a population of 1,360,436 as of 2000. The city/parish alone has a population of 343,829 as of 2010.

The city is named after Philippe d'Orléans, Duke of Orléans, Regent of France, and is well known for its distinct French Creole architecture, as well as its cross cultural and multilingual heritage. New Orleans is also famous for its cuisine, music (particularly as the birthplace of jazz), and its annual celebrations and festivals, most notably Mardi Gras. The city is often referred to as the "most unique" city in America.

New Orleans is located in southeastern Louisiana, straddling the Mississippi River. The boundaries of the city and Orleans Parish (French: paroisse d'Orléans) are coterminous. The city and parish are bounded by the parishes of St. Tammany to the north, St. Bernard to the east, Plaquemines to the south and Jefferson to the south and west. Lake Pontchartrain, part of which is included in the city limits, lies to the north and Lake Borgne lies to the east.

New Orleans is home to one of the largest and busiest ports in the world, and metropolitan New Orleans is a center of maritime industry. The New Orleans region also accounts for a significant portion of the nation's oil refining and petrochemical production, and serves as a white collar corporate base for onshore and offshore petroleum and natural gas production. New Orleans is a center for higher learning, with over 50,000 students enrolled in the region's eleven two- and four-year degree granting institutions. A top 50 research university, Tulane University, is located in New Orleans' Uptown neighborhood. Metropolitan New Orleans is a major regional hub for the health care industry and boasts a small, globally competitive manufacturing sector. The center city possesses a rapidly growing, entrepreneurial creative industries sector, and is, of course, renowned for its cultural tourism. Greater New Orleans, Inc. (GNO, Inc.) acts as the first point-of-contact for regional economic development and is slotted between Louisiana's Department of Economic Development and the various parochial business development agencies.

New Orleans came into being to act as a strategically located trading entrepot, and it remains, above all, a crucial transportation hub and distribution center for waterborne commerce. The Port of New Orleans is the 5th-largest port in the United States based on volume of cargo handled, second-largest in the state after the Port of South Louisiana, and 12th-largest in the U.S., based on value of cargo. The Port of South Louisiana, also based in the New Orleans area, is the world's busiest in terms of bulk tonnage and, when combined with the Port of New Orleans, it forms the 4th-largest port system in volume handled. Many shipbuilding, shipping, logistics, freight forwarding and commodity brokerage firms either call metropolitan New Orleans home or maintain a large local presence. Examples include Intermarine, Bisso Towboat, Northrop Grumman Ship Systems, Trinity Yachts, Expeditors International, Bollinger Shipyards, IMTT, International Coffee Corp, Boasso America, Transoceanic Shipping, Transportation Consultants Inc., Dupuy Storage & Forwarding and Silocaf. The largest coffee-roasting plant in the world, operated by Folgers, is located in New Orleans East.

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Like Houston, New Orleans is located in proximity to the Gulf of Mexico and the many oil rigs that lie just offshore. Louisiana ranks fifth in oil production and eighth in reserves in the United States. It is also home to two of the four Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) storage facilities: West Hackberry in Cameron Parish and Bayou Choctaw in Iberville Parish. Other infrastructure includes 17 petroleum refineries with a combined crude oil distillation capacity of nearly 2.8 million barrels per day (450,000 m3/d), the second highest in the nation after Texas. Louisiana's numerous ports include the Louisiana Offshore Oil Port (LOOP), which is capable of receiving ultra large oil tankers. Given the quantity of oil importing, Louisiana is home to many major pipelines supplying the nation: Crude Oil (Exxon, Chevron, BP, Texaco, Shell, Scurloch-Permian, Mid-Valley, Calumet, Conoco, Koch Industries, Unocal, U.S. Dept. of Energy, Locap); Product (TEPPCO Partners, Colonial, Plantation, Explorer, Texaco, Collins); and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (Dixie, TEPPCO, Black Lake, Koch, Chevron, Dynegy, Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, Dow Chemical Company, Bridgeline, FMP, Tejas, Texaco, UTP).[91] Several major energy companies have regional headquarters in the city or its suburbs, including Royal Dutch Shell, Eni and Chevron. Numerous other energy producers and oilfield services companies are also headquartered in the city or region, and the sector supports a large professional services base of specialized engineering and design firms, as well as an office for the federal government's Minerals Management Service.

The city is the home to a single Fortune 500 company: Entergy, a power generation utility and nuclear powerplant operations specialist. In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the city lost its other Fortune 500 company, Freeport-McMoRan, when it merged its copper and gold exploration unit with an Arizona company and relocated that division to Phoenix, Arizona. Its McMoRan Exploration affiliate remains headquartered in New Orleans. Other companies either headquartered or with significant operations in New Orleans include: Pan American Life Insurance, Pool Corp, Rolls-Royce, Newpark Resources, AT&T, TurboSquid, iSeatz, IBM, Navtech, Superior Energy Services, Textron Marine & Land Systems, McDermott International, Pellerin Milnor, Lockheed Martin, Imperial Trading, Laitram, Harrah's Entertainment, Stewart Enterprises, Edison Chouest Offshore, Zatarain's, Waldemar S. Nelson & Co., Whitney National Bank, Capital One, Tidewater Marine, Popeyes Chicken & Biscuits, Parsons Brinckerhoff, MWH Global, CH2M HILL, Energy Partners Ltd. and The Receivables Exchange.

Tourism is another staple of the city's economy. Perhaps more visible than any other sector, New Orleans' tourist and convention industry is a $5.5 billion juggernaut that accounts for 40 percent of New Orleans' tax revenues. In 2004, the hospitality industry employed 85,000 people, making it New Orleans' top economic sector as measured by employment totals.[65] The city also hosts the World Cultural Economic Forum (WCEF). The forum, held annually at the New Orleans Morial Convention Center, is directed toward promoting cultural and economic development opportunities through the strategic convening of cultural ambassadors and leaders from around the world. The first WCEF took place in October 2008.[92]

The federal government has a significant presence in the area. NASA's Michoud Assembly Facility is located in New Orleans East and is operated by Lockheed Martin. It is a large manufacturing facility where the external fuel tanks for the space shuttles are produced. The Michoud facility lies within the enormous New Orleans Regional Business Park, also home to the National Finance Center, operated by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), and the Crescent Crown distribution center. Other large governmental installations include the U.S. Navy's Space and Naval Warfare (SPAWAR) Systems Command, located within the University of New Orleans Research and Technology Park in Gentilly, NAS New Orleans, the future headquarters for the Marine Force Reserves, slated for Federal City in Algiers and the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.

 

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New Orleans has a mayor-council government. The city council consists of seven council members, who are elected by district and two at-large councilmembers. The current mayor, Mitch Landrieu, was elected on February 6, 2010 and assumed office on May 3, 2010. The Orleans Parish Civil Sheriff's Office serves papers involving lawsuits and provides security for the Civil District Court and Juvenile Courts. The Criminal Sheriff, Marlin Gusman, maintains the parish prison system, provides security for the Criminal District Court, and provides backup for the New Orleans Police Department on an as-needed basis.

The city of New Orleans and the parish of Orleans operate as a merged city-parish government. Before the city of New Orleans became co-extensive with Orleans Parish, Orleans Parish was home to numerous smaller communities. The original city of New Orleans was composed of what are now the 1st through 9th wards. The city of Lafayette (including the Garden District) was added in 1852 as the 10th and 11th wards. In 1870, Jefferson City, including Faubourg Bouligny and much of the Audubon and University areas, was annexed as the 12th, 13th, and 14th wards. Algiers, on the west bank of the Mississippi, was also annexed in 1870, becoming the 15th ward.

New Orleans' government is now largely centralized in the city council and mayor's office, but it maintains a number of relics from earlier systems when various sections of the city ran much of their affairs separately. For example, New Orleans has seven elected tax assessors, each with their own staff, representing various districts of the city, rather than one centralized office. A constitutional amendment passed on November 7, 2006, will consolidate the seven assessors into one by 2010. On February 18, 2010, Errol Williams was elected as the first city-wide assessor. The New Orleans government operates both a fire department and the New Orleans Emergency Medical Services.

New Orleans Public Schools (NOPS) is the name given to the city's public school system. Pre-Katrina, NOPS was one of the area's largest systems (along with the Jefferson Parish public school system). In the years leading up to Hurricane Katrina, the New Orleans public school system was widely recognized as the lowest performing school district in Louisiana. According to researchers Carl L. Bankston and Stephen J. Caldas, only 12 of the 103 public schools within the city limits of New Orleans showed reasonably good performance at the beginning of the 21st century.

Following Hurricane Katrina, the state of Louisiana took over most of the schools within the system (all schools that fell into a nominal "worst-performing" metric); many of these schools, in addition to others that were not subject to state takeover, were subsequently granted operating charters giving them administrative independence from the Orleans Parish School Board, the Recovery School District and/or the Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE). Presently, the majority of public school students in the NOPS system attend these independent public charter schools, the highest percentage in the nation.

The last few years have witnessed significant and sustained gains in student achievement, as outside operators like KIPP, the Algiers Charter School Network, and the Capital One - University of New Orleans Charter School Network have assumed control of dozens of schools. The most recent release of annual school performance scores (October 2009) demonstrated continued growth in the academic performance of New Orleans' public schools. If the scores of all public schools in New Orleans (Orleans Parish School Board-chartered, Recovery School District-chartered, Recovery School District-operated, etc.) are considered, an overall school district performance score of 70.6 results. This score represents a 6% increase over an equivalent 2008 metric, and a 24% improvement when measured against an equivalent pre-Katrina (2004) metric, when a district score of 56.9 was posted. Notably, this score of 70.6 approaches the score (78.4) posted in 2009 by the adjacent, suburban Jefferson Parish public school system, though that system's performance score is itself below the state average of 91.

This longstanding pattern is changing, however, as the NOPS system is engaged in the most promising and far-reaching public school reforms in the nation, reforms aimed at decentralizing power away from the pre-Katrina school board central bureaucracy to individual school principals and independent public charter school boards, monitoring charter school performance by granting renewable, five-year operating contracts permitting the closure of those not succeeding, and vesting choice in parents of public schools students, allowing them to enroll their children in almost any school in the district.

New Orleans has three active streetcar lines. The St. Charles line is the oldest continuously operating streetcar line in America and each car is a historic landmark. The Riverfront line runs parallel to the river from Esplanade Street through the French Quarter to Canal Street to the Convention Center above Julia Street in the Arts District. The Canal Street line uses the Riverfront line tracks from the intersection of Canal Street and Poydras Street, down Canal Street, then branches off and ends at the cemeteries at City Park Avenue, with a spur running from the intersection of Canal and Carrollton Avenue to the entrance of City Park at Esplanade, near the entrance to the New Orleans Museum of Art.

The city's streetcars were also featured in the Tennessee Williams play, A Streetcar Named Desire. The streetcar line to Desire Street became a bus line in 1948. There are proposals to revive a Desire streetcar line, running along the neutral grounds of North Rampart and St. Claude, as far downriver as Poland Avenue, near the Industrial Canal.

Hurricane Katrina destroyed the power lines supplying the St. Charles Avenue line. The associated levee failures flooded the Mid-City facility storing the red streetcars which normally run on the Riverfront and Canal Street lines. Restoration of service has been gradual, with vintage St. Charles line cars running on the Riverfront and Canal lines until the more modern Czech-built red cars are back in service; they are being individually restored at the RTA's facility in the Carrollton neighborhood. On December 23, 2007, streetcars were restored to running on the St. Charles line up to Carrolton Avenue. The much-anticipated re-opening of the second portion of the historic route, which continues until the intersection of Carrolton Avenue and Claiborne Avenue, was commemorated on June 28, 2008.

Vehicle Wrap Graphic Design in New Orleans Louisiana

Vehicle Wraps

Flash Forward Media's designers have over a decade of design experience with vehicle wraps and vehicle graphics. From professional to wild Flash Forward Media can create a vehicle wrap design composition that will capture the exact look of your company. Even if your company is still in it's infancy we can develop a design that you'll love.

Vehicle Wrap Design Process

Once we send you an initial rendition, you would respond to us with your feedback. At that point we would revise your design and send you an updated version. Through out the design process you will work back and forth with our design team until you are satisfied with your finished design.

Design is one of the most important aspects of the car wrap process. Having a bold, clean and pleasing design is vital to catch people's attention and make them interested in your company.  Creating graphics for vehicle wraps and car graphics is one of the most challenging projects there is for a designer.  A vehicle isn't flat like a sign or banner and there are hundreds of different vehicles on the road.  If your designer is inexperienced with wraps, it's not uncommon to end up with your phone number landing in the door handle or your email address chopped off into a wheel well. With Flash Forward Media we have the expertise to produce a vehicle wrap and car graphics design that you will get excited about. Your advertising message will be bold and clear, and the placement of all graphic elements will be correct.

 

Vehicle Wrap Printing in New Orleans Louisiana

Vehicle Wraps

Your vehicle wrap's quality is very dependent on the type of material, the print solvent, and lamination. Cutting corners with cheap material, low-grade print solvents and a lack of lamination are common ways for graphics companies to maximize their own profits at the cost of quality.  Some print shops do not understand the differences between printing a simple wall mural and printing a vehicle wrap.  Lack of quality control is also a common complaint among franchised print shops that primarily work on signs and stationery. Flash Forward Media has many years of production and print experience specifically with vehicle, bus and boat wraps. We never cut corners with the quality of our product and stand behind our wraps and graphics.  You can be confident that when you choose FFM every panel for every project will come out perfect.

 

Vehicle Wrap Installation in New Orleans Louisiana

Vehicle Wrap Printing

Flash Forward Media offers complete vehicle wrap installation services nationwide. Flash Forward Media installers are trained to apply graphics to all types of vehicles from Smart Cars to Tour Buses and everything in between. As the design and print phases are important, the vehicle wrap and car graphic installation phase determines if your wrap is going last. At Flash Forward Media our vehicle wrap installers are experienced, professional and 3M certified.  3M vehicle wrap installation training is a multi-day course designed to teach advanced installation methods using a hands on approach.  Installers are taught the best techniques for cars, buses and boats and earn their certification by demonstrating their skill.  All of our installers take pride in their work and stand behind their projects 100%.

Vehicle Wraps and Graphics in New Orleans, LA

Choosing the right New Orleans, LA vehicle wrap company requires a good amount of research and a complete understanding of your company's advertising needs and budget. Whether you're looking for a full commercial advertising vehicle wrap or a slick matte black wrap or maybe a more economical partial wrap, there are several key factors when choosing a car wrap company. Flash Forward Media offers all of our many vehicle wrap and graphic services to all areas in New Orleans, LA. Including bus wraps, trailer wraps, RV wraps and even building wraps Flash Forward Media has a myriad of wrap options to offer your New Orleans, LA based company. If you have delivery vehicles or other vehicles that are going around your service area in New Orleans, LA, why not be advertising! You may be surprised how much legitimacy and attention is attracted by a wrap. New Orleans, LA is a diverse, ever expanding state that is one of the best places to have a business. Make sure your New Orleans, LA business gets noticed with a professionally designed, completely original vehicle wrap. One thing that separates Flash Forward Media from other vehicle wrap companies is that we offer more than just car wrap and graphics. We can also offer business card printing, banner printing, direct mail campaigns, website design, and even yard signs. We like to think of ourselves in being like a small ad agency for small businesses. By finding a vehicle wrap company that can provide your New Orleans, LA business with such a wide range of services, you don't have to contact multiple companies to suite your advertising needs. You can depend on one company to take care of all your vehicle wrap and advertising needs. With over eight years in the advertising and vehicle wrap industry you can be sure that Flash Forward Media has the ability to complete any project and exceed our clients expectations. Vehicle wrap material and installation are also a very important parts of the wrap process. At Flash Forward Media we use only 3M certified installers and the highest quality 3M material. Call us today for a free quote and start advancing your New Orleans, LA based business.

If you are looking for a New Orleans, LA wrap company please call us today.

Other products and services we offer in New Orleans Louisiana include:

• Matte Black Wraps

• Large Format Banner Printing

• Website Design

• Yard Sign Design and Printing

• Business Card Design and Printing

• Logo Design

• Mobile Billboard Campaigns

 

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