All Wrapped Up

LocoGraphics helps area businesses achieve marketing success.

– Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Dennis Gonzalez, owner/operator of LocoGraphics.

It’s all about spreading the word. For any business, large or small, new or established, reaching potential customers is crucial to success.

Across the country, business owners are realizing that vehicle wraps deliver outstanding results when it comes to keeping their company name in the public eye.

“It’s the No. 1 marketing tool for any business, guaranteed,” says Dennis Gonzalez, owner/operator of LocoGraphics. “It’s also cost effective because it pays for itself over and over again.”

LocoGraphics began doing vehicle wraps in 2013. Within two years, their wrap business has increased by more than 700 percent.

Compared to any other form of advertising media, vehicle wraps have the lowest “cost per impression” rate. One wrap can easily have 2,000 to 20,000 views in just one day, which leads to greater brand recognition and awareness by potential customers. This makes vehicle wraps a sensible advertising choice for businesses of all sizes.

LocoGraphics takes pride in their high-quality designs and uses only the best 3M materials. Their highly skilled team works in a 2,500-square-foot, climate-controlled clean room called “The Wrap Studio” to ensure perfect application every time.

“We made this big investment in The Wrap Studio to be able to provide a perfect output on our wrap installs,” says Gonzalez. “It’s very time-consuming to apply a wrap correctly, but because we do everything in-house, we can control quality and offer competitive prices. Our versatile team has the knowledge and ability to disassemble parts, such as headlights, taillights, door handles or emblems when applying the wrap. They never just cut around these places, which can damage the paint job or cause ‘lifting issues.’”

This important detail separates them from their competitors in the industry.

If you’re considering a wrap to promote your business, keep in mind LocoGraphics can wrap more than cars and trucks. They’ll do golf carts, ATVs, motorcycles, boats, trailers, even walls and doors.

In addition to wraps, LocoGraphics specializes in signage so you can make the most professional impression. Whether you need a high-class routed sign at your place of business, storefront lettering, full-color banners or directional signs, they have it covered.

“Our CNC router allows us to get creative and design signs at a whole new level, from custom shapes to layered and 3D,” explains Gonzalez.

Signs can be made from many materials, including wood, PVC, acrylic, HDU, aluminum, etc. They can also make lighted signs for interior showrooms.

Need a logo? The experts at LocoGraphics know the importance of branding. They’re all about helping your business make the greatest impact. After all, their slogan is “Impacting Your Customers.”

LocoGraphics has two retail storefront locations, as well as The Wrap Studio. Gonzalez relies on a strong, dependable team of long-standing employees.

“I cannot emphasize enough how grateful I am to my LOCO team members for their strong work ethics,” he says. “I also want to extend a great deal of gratitude to my wife and kids for always understanding my long hours at work.”

This locally owned and operated business also believes in giving back to the community through their own non-profit foundation, Operation Hope, which provides a complete Christmas experience for area families in need.

“We’ve been so blessed that we feel it’s important to give back,” says Gonzalez. “Last year we helped 21 families, and this year our goal is to help 50 families. We also work with various local charity fundraisers throughout the year.”

To find out how the experts at LocoGraphics can help improve your business, give them a call. From vehicle wraps and signs to all manner of graphics, design and print tasks, LocoGraphics is your convenient local professional solution.



› 4460 SE 53rd Ave., Ocala

› 1905 SW College Rd., Ocala

› (352) 368-LOCO (5626) ›

Posted in Ocala Style Promotional Features

Share this post


What's New at Ocala Style

Ocala Cooks | Lisa Dorsey

Lisa Dorsey is a longtime resident of Ocala who loves...

Ocala Cooks | Leslie Callahan

Leslie Callahan is a patient advocate at The VA Villages...

Ocala Cooks | Scott Mitchell

Scott Mitchell is the director of the Silver River Museum...

Ocala Cooks | Maggie Weakley

Maggie Weakley and her husband, Kent, both noted local artists,...

Transplanting for Summer

May is a good month to move plants around your...

From Stranger to Friend (in one conversation)

Turns out, the family’s dog walker was stealing the expensive...