Leave it as is.....or change the web address to a phone #???
Maybe not, but there's been may times when I passed or was passed by a vehicle on the interstate and entered an "interesting" phone number in my cell phone for later reference.In order for someone behind me to read the phone # or the web address, the decal would have to be 15" wide or better. I doubt most customers want a 15" decal on the back of the car.
I don't intend for people to read these going down the highway and then call from the car to see if I have 100 grain Muzzys in stock. :wink:
Point taken.Maybe not, but there's been may times when I passed or was passed by a vehicle on the interstate and entered an "interesting" phone number in my cell phone for later reference.
And, two, if it's not large enough to read going down the road then about the only other location you can hope for it to be seen would be when the car is parked. I'd go with both.
Now I like that idea every better. Drop the logos, use that space for something simple that tells what your shop is, add a phone number, "and", it the sticker doesn't get to "busy" your city/state would be nice as well.Point taken.
The decals need to stay 8" wide or narrower I think. I thought about losing the logos, but "God's Country Outdoors" really doesn't tell anybody what the shop is. Maybe I need a phrase under that to say what it is and lose the logos.