Create a Virtual Fleet Of Vehicles Thru Carvertising...

Buses have advertising, so why not cars? Or light trucks?

Have you heard of Carvertise? It's a new startup that pays people up to $100 a month for the priveledge of having their car decorated in fancy wrap-around advertising! And get a handy dandy GPS tracker locator free!

We work with brands to get their message seen. We pay everyday car drivers for driving with an advertisement on their car. This allows advertisers to get their message seen in an original way and reach a wider area of people, while also allowing our programs’ car drivers to make money for something they do already.

Thinking that for the contracting trade this type of advertising could have an additional benefit: with the correct art work and by specifying the type and color, a branded vehicle that would pass for an actual fleet vehicle could be conjured.

That would look nothing like this, but hopefully you get the point.

Figuring 100% markup that would mean 10 vehicles driving on the road everyday, more or less around where you want, or parked outside for about $2000.

Might be better than print ads. Just hope somebody doesn't get flagged down.

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