Avery Dennison films are used on all types of vehicles to provide extra flare or to create advertising space. In the case of mobile businesses, like food trucks, Avery Dennison films are used to accomplish both of those goals.
Cruising Kitchens of San Antonio, Texas builds and wraps some of the most unique food trucks and mobile businesses in the United States. A few of their creations are so impressive that they will be showcased on the reality show Blue Collar Backers later this month. When the shop needed high quality vinyl film to complete these creations, they reached out to Avery Dennison for help.
“Food trucks and mobile businesses depend so much on looks, so we pride ourselves on using the best materials to give them an edge,” said Peter Alvarez, shop manager at Cruising Kitchens. “With so many colors and textures, Avery Dennison films are the perfect finishing touch for our jobs.”
Cruising Kitchens created three fantastic wraps with rolls of MPI 1005 digital film and DOL 1080 matte overlaminate. MPI 1005 and DOL 1080 have been replaced by the new and improved MPI 1105 and DOL 1080Z respectively. One of the projects completed with Avery Dennison film is a rolling nightclub called TRANCE. The mobile club experience was custom built into a semi-truck, and it features a foldout stage, keg room and printed tropical mural on MPI 1005.
To learn more about Cruising Kitchens and their work, visit www.cruisingkitchens.com.