All wrapped up for Christmas

23rd December 2015

Vehicle signage company CJ Signs are holding an open day on January 29, inviting existing clients, prospects and members of the public to see a range of vehicles, including a Ginetta sports car, being wrapped.

Following the success of last year's event, the open day on Norwood Industrial Estate in Sheffield is a chance to see the automobile specialists in action, applying graphics and bespoke artwork to the exterior of a variety of vehicles. The signage company, owned by husband and wife team Jason and Claire Bell, is renowned for being the leading vehicle-wrapping specialist in the Sheffield City Region. The business creates a range of high-impact branding pieces for clients including Peak FM and British sports car manufacturer Ginetta. The production department work around-the-clock to ensure the racing industry's tight deadlines are always met - sometimes operating with only a few days turnover to get vehicles ready for each weekend's competition. No job is too niche for the team, who create innovative and bespoke pieces for a host of projects: from fleets of minis, to transit vans and even internationally - recently working on two G55 models bound for the USA. As long standing partners for Autoworld they have built a great relationship with the company, often turning round graphics for new finance deals and promotions in just one week. It is clear in the marketplace, that CJ Signs lead the way with competitors struggling to match their quality, price and speed. Head down to the open day between 10am - 5pm to learn more about the wrapping process, watch the method live, enjoy complimentary refreshments and meet the team. Director Claire Bell says: "People are always asking us about the process behind our work and this is the perfect opportunity for anyone who wants to see it done - and done right." For more information email claire@CJSigns.co.uk or call 0114 247 1501.

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