Respect the Process | What VSP Graphic Group Can Do for You
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  It’s game day in Buffalo, NY. Hundreds of fans are flocking to New Era field or Key Bank Center to cheer on their teams. Walking into any professional sports arena in Buffalo, NY, fans are met with wall to … Read More

Custom Car Wrapping | A Glimpse Into The Process
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When we start a relationship with a new client, we aim to dig into their ideas, and compliment their vision to create a vinyl vehicle wrap that truly captures the desired message. Many of our clients have a concept in … Read More

Event Marketing | Vinyl Vehicle Wraps On Display
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We’ve talked a bit about the benefits of wrapping a car with custom vinyl, though the list goes on. Another example of how a wrapped vehicle can get you thousands of relevant impressions is bringing the wrapped vehicle to events … Read More

5 Benefits of Car Wrapping With Custom Vinyl Vehicle Wraps
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Have you ever considered adding car wrapping to your brand’s advertising? If you have any vehicles in your company’s arsenal, it could be a major benefit. If not, many corporations and larger companies have experimented with providing small payouts to … Read More

New Era Cap Machine
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Background: The most iconic piece of headwear in sports today. New Era’s incomparable brand recognition was the centerpiece of their fleet wrap. As they enter their 9th decade of business, a VSP Graphic collaboration was embarked to revolutionize their journey. … Read More

MHL Performance
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Background MHL Performance had product photos and a general design aesthetic in mind as it related to racing checkers. However, they were in need of design direction and advertising expertise to complement their facebook and twitter social media accounts. Strategy … Read More

Stillhouse Brewery & Distillery
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Background Stillhouse Brewery & distillery is a business that is intended to open on the outskirts of Ellicotvilles main streets in winter 2016. William Bursee needed a logo that reflected post prohibition 1930’s with steel and copper to emulate the equipment … Read More