Graffiti gets student flights soaring in Stellenbosch with branded vehicle
Graffiti Student Media recently got student travel specialist, Student Flights on the move with an eye-catching branded vehicle doing the rounds on the streets of Stellenbosch. The fully-wrapped vehicle follows on from Student Flights’ previous on-campus taxi-top advertising campaign, where student vehicles were fitted with branded illuminated taxi tops at various varsity campuses around the country.
The wrapped vehicle formed part of a three-month awareness campaign aimed at attracting attention to the Stellenbosch Student Flights store. Commenting on the campaign, Student Flights, Marketing Manager, Zoë Illingworth says, “Student Flights Stellenbosch took the opportunity to utilise this mobile advertising medium to increase the visibility of the store and the travel deals on offer to the Maties student community as well as the city of Stellenbosch at large. This small varsity town lends itself to this type of transit medium as it is a specific targeted student area.”
John Rice, Graffiti M.D. adds, “Based on the response that Student Flights had to their initial branded taxi-top campaign, they decided to experiment with a full vehicle wrap and Stellenbosch in particular is perfectly suited to a medium of this nature. As a result, they managed to create a really positive brand association for the local store.”
Illingworth concurs, “The branded car was really well-received – we have had fantastic feedback from everyone who encountered it and even some requests as to how people can become drivers of a Student Flights vehicle!”
Graffiti Student Media is currently available across all campuses nationwide. For further information regarding vehicle branding and transit media contact Dean Rakusin at Graffiti on 082 497 2332 and email@example.com
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