We will work with you to achieve the highest-quality results with your municipal vehicles.
In the Raleigh, North Carolina metro area, there are plenty of smaller townships and municipalities that are part of the local community. If you are part of a local organization that serves your community, such as a fire department, emergency response team, local government, or other service agency, having vehicles that accurately identify your organization and purpose can be an important way of communicating with the people who live, work, and play in your area.
At King Tutt Graphics, we are the preferred provider of municipal wraps for local organizations and government agencies because of our expertise in the installation of vehicle wraps for non-standard vehicles, like fire trucks, as well as fleet wraps for organizations with multiple vehicles on the road each day.
Whether your police station has a new set of squad cars, your fire station just purchased a new truck, or your service agency is adding a fleet of vehicles to provide better community engagement, you’ll find us prepared to add the professional, long-lasting municipal wraps required to display your organization logo and branding information. We understand that there are specifications required based on your municipal code and will work with you to achieve the highest-quality results with your municipal vehicles.
If you have questions about our ability to install municipal wraps or would like a quote for our services, contact us at King Tutt Graphics today for more information. We are confident that we can help you create a safer community with our municipal wraps that display accurate information and make every citizen feel at ease. We look forward to serving you.
At King Tutt Graphics, we create municipal wraps in the Triangle, Wake County, Johnston County, and the rest of North Carolina, including Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Apex, Burlington, Charlotte, Morrisville, Clayton and Smithfield, as well as South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Virginia, Washington DC, and Maryland.