SkinzWraps, Inc. Signed on by The Dallas Morning News Publication to Revamp Distribution Kiosks, Wire and Wood Rack Displays
Press release from the issuing company
DALLAS, TX, November 30 2007 - SkinzWraps, Inc., a full-service vehicle wrap company, announced today that it recently signed a contract to work with The Dallas Morning News Publication on a revamp of their distribution kiosks, wire and wood rack displays. SkinzWraps has already wrapped 50 of The Dallas Morning News Yahoo Hot Jobs kiosks purple to match the Yahoo color brand and is in the process of wrapping 200 of The Dallas Morning News distribution wood racks in an effort to update the current look. In addition to these, SkinzWraps delivered 3,000 graphic decals for an aesthetic modification of The Dallas Morning News' wires racks. In total, the contract represents upwards of 8,000 square feet of material which is roughly equivalent to 25 vehicles.
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