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Trailer pricing

Discussion in 'Sales, Marketing, Pricing Etc.' started by mameighan, Oct 30, 2018.

  1. mameighan

    mameighan Member

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    Rough idea of where you would all be at on this. Printed materials 3 sides 5 x 8 trailer.

    Just ballparks. I know there are a lot of factors - materials, time etc but a range will suffice
    Thanks in advance
     

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  2. Texas_Signmaker

    Texas_Signmaker Very Active Signmaker

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    $10-$14 sq. Ft.
     
  3. Gino

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    Could be anywhere between $375 and $800, if laminated.
     
  4. Jean Shimp

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    roughly $600
     
  5. mameighan

    mameighan Member

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    Thanks. I was coming in at $700 so I am glad to be in the middle of the pack
     
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  6. Gino

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    So, the real question is..... what will you do, if your competitor down the street comes in at $635.00 and says they'll make sure everything is perfectly straight ??


    Whoever did that first one, put a lotta things on crooked. Be careful.
     
  7. mameighan

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    The trailer is on a slope. When I looked at it the decals were straight with the trailer lines
     
  8. Gino

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    Evidently, you did this one.

    Well, slope or no slope.... the copy is outta square to the trailer, not the horizon. When you're in this business for a long time, you tend to see things like this. I clearly see two totally different lines of copy outta whack on two different planes.
     
  9. mameighan

    mameighan Member

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    Thanks for the input
     
  10. Gino

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    :welcome:
     
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