SAINT-GEORGES, Que. — It has been 15 years since Turbo Images owner Pier Veilleux first had the vision to design images that move, strike and provoke the eye, the company announced in a statement celebrating its 15th anniversary.
Turbo Images has since become a prominent force in the fleet graphic identification industry, states the company, by helping transportation companies across Canada and the US brand their vehicles in creative and dynamic ways. In doing so, Turbo Images has not only contributed to raise the standards within the industry, but has added a new dimension of marketing through fleet identification according to Esther Morissette, vice-president of marketing and public relations.
“Our success has not come on its own,” she says. “The collaboration of thriving partners such as manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, industry associations and magazines, our dedicated Turbo team and our loyal customers has all played an important role in Turbo Images’ recognition and good standing in the industry.”
Turbo Images indicates that fleet graphic identification has evolved into a major industry, where owners can use their vehicles to promote their identity, and send messages to a wide audience.
Furthermore, fleet owners can utilize their equipment to generate extra revenue through the use of graphics to promote third-party advertisers, the company points out.
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