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    Here is a job we just did the other day.
    It was owned by Lear Corp. but was bought by IAC (Internatinal Automotive Components) and so they needed the glass entrance doors changed to the new logo which had to be PMS color matched to there company's spacific colors.
    We also did 4 trucks.

    Here is the doors.

  • #2
    Here is a little info on what this was for.


    IAC Group
    and a little more info here

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    • #3
      Oh that is nice work! Is that vinyl?

      Do you have any pics of the trucks you did too?
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      • #4
        looks great.

        Ya, there are some companies up north here that are sweating the whole lear corp thing. A big company up here in a city of only about 4,000 people, that employs about 300 employees, might close it doors because it will no lose a contract because of the whole situation.

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        • #5
          Quote[/b] (Team Gopher @ April 06 2007,10:06)]Oh that is nice work! Is that vinyl?

          Do you have any pics of the trucks you did too?
          Yes, its vinyl. Here is what went on the trucks.

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          • #6
            Quote[/b] (tiedeman @ April 06 2007,10:44)]looks great.

            Ya, there are some companies up north here that are sweating the whole lear corp thing. *A big company up here in a city of only about 4,000 people, that employs about 300 employees, might close it doors because it will no lose a contract because of the whole situation.
            thanks.

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            • #7
              I love nice and clean contemporary graphics like that

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              • #8
                yes, i like it too. I had to get colors from 3 dif. companys to make it though, which made it a pain...but they want it to match all the other locations (which makes since).

                Its a very simple design, yet i think it still portrays (sp?) the large scale of the company.

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                • #9
                  Did you do it for just that location, or did they have you do the work at their other buildings as well?

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                  • #10
                    Quote[/b] (tiedeman @ April 10 2007,10:47)]Did you do it for just that location, or did they have you do the work at their other buildings as well?
                    Just this one.

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