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Rebranding ICE Co. Vehicles

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

LOOK LOOK LOOK!

SEE OLD VAN BELOW:

There is a certain pride people can take in starting and completing a task on their own. Maybe it starts with an idea, develops into a concept, takes planning, coordinating, and finally production. The point is that yes these things can be done solo, but it probably would have taken more time, maybe more money, more hassle? Plus becoming an expert in EVERYTHING is said to be tough to attain… We have found it is awesome to have great vendors, partners when were aiming to start something new.

 

We are really grateful for the transformation of the ICE Co. image in 2012. We had our logo and website redeveloped and now our company vehicles have a new look too. We cannot take responsibility for the transformation of the vehicles however. 

 

Team work. We want to say a big THANK YOU to those who helped us from concept to completion with the ICE Co. vehicle re branding process.

First, Van Cooley SEE LINK TO HER WEBSITE has been heading up our re branding, which started with our logo. She also designed the look of our website and partnered with Hannah Cole SEE LINK TO HER WEBSITE to develop the site. And now Van has just finished designing the ICE Co. vehicles.

 

Second, Malaya Signs SEE LINK TO MALAYA WEBSITE did an excellent job demoing old graphics and installing new graphics to our vans. We are very thankful to them for their participation with coordination and installation.

 

ICE Co. proudly works as a team to complete tasks in the office and out in the field. We could not be happier about the new vans and wanted to share their new look with you.

SEE THE NEW ICE CO. FLEET BELOW!








If you see us on the road and think we look pretty good, feel free to whistle. We won't take offense.

 

ICE Co. Signing Out!!

Power. Current. Grounded.



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