Master Blaster Truck Build

You have an awesome team out there at your compound. Pretty impressive as I pulled into the warehouse entrance and saw the Texas Pressure Washing logo on each entry to each building out there. Normally its a hunt to find a company amongst all the other companies in a business park, Well…I was shocked to find that all the buildings belong to you. Lol. Leave some business for us “smaller” guys out here. :wink: It was nice to finally meet you, you’re one of the good guys in the industry. Keep up the great work. I appreciate your honesty through your posts as in this one about having to step back in to run the business with hands on. Real life scenarios. I know you have the right team out there, maybe they weren’t quite ready for you to step out, Never a sign of weakness, its simply a “take 2” Action! Keep doin what you’re doin, it will all meet and more than likely exceed ALL of your expectations.

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This is our mock up for our first truck and first advertisement wrap deal. Feel free to judge and humble me!

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I think saying veteran owned already implies what you’re trying to say with “fully American”

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Editing to reply to the wrap. Never seen “Fully American”. I think everyone is welcome and can be American. “Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!” Land of the free and home of the brave. The American dream. It’s why I want to share knowledge and offer a hand.

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Definitely thinking of removing the fully American part. Just trying to figure out where to put the insured part. Or maybe they will think it’s implied at the point. Idk

Less is more. Especially on truck signage.

I go barebones: 2 services, logo, and company name, and a small “established 2006” blurb on the fender. No phone number, no website, nothing else.

You don’t have to go quite that minimal. But think about maybe just summing up your biggest services into 2-3 categories, saying “veteran owned and operated”, and just a website instead of a QR code + phone number. And your logo and company name, of course.

I’m not sure if that comment was meant for me, but I wasn’t suggesting that being a Veteran requires being American or the other way around. When I read “fully American,” my first thought was that it meant they don’t employ foreigners. Depending on the location, this approach could either work very well or fail miserably. Saying “Veteran Owned” already captures the attention of those interested in supporting patriotism and American-made products. Adding “Fully American” doesn’t add value for those already interested in a “Veteran Owned” business and might alienate those opposed to such exclusivity.

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No I hit reply to you meaning to reply to him. But he messaged me. All good.

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