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Featured Project: Well-Heeled Wheels
October 5, 2016
Darin Schneider, owner
of SpeedPro Imaging in Denver,
recently completed two very large
wrap projects, one in which he
and his team outfitted 600-plus
Denver-area Comcast vehicles,
and another where they wrapped
theColorado Department of
Transportation’s (CDOT) new
“Bustang” fleet of buses.
“For this round of Comcast work
our client came directly to us,”
Schneider wrote in an email. “We
have become the preferred
Denver/Mountain region vendor. Initially, Comcast was a cold sales call. We were
initially auditioned for a few of the upgrades but quickly supplanted the other vendor.
CDOT was a sealed bid (request for proposal).”
He says the most recent Comcast job was just decals, not a full wrap job, but his
company did more than 600 of them. For CDOT, SpeedPro did three wrap installations
and provided two more wrap kits, Schneider says.
He says swapping out all the Comcast graphics took a little less than six weeks using
two to four installers at any given time. The CDOT wraps were performed one per
weekend for three straight weekends with two installers each. His company used an HP
Latex 360 printer and 3M IJ180cv3 film for the jobs.
“The Comcast work presented a huge logistical challenge,” Schneider says. “Not only
did a huge number of vehicles need to be completed in a short (under two months) time
frame, but another primary requirement was minimizing their techs’ downtime as to not
affect quotas. We were able to accomplish this using a few different techniques and
And the results speak for themselves.