Supertints Vehicle Wraps

Supertints Vehicle Wraps

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Info Man

Jonesboro, AR

#1 Dec 18, 2008
Looking for a Vehicle Wrap Job? Dont use supertints they use someone from STL to do there wraps.

“Go Red Wolves”

Since: Dec 08

Jonesboro

#2 Dec 18, 2008
Ok so whats so bad about i have seen there work and its great.
Wayne

Jonesboro, AR

#3 Dec 18, 2008
I hear Pro Tint does the same work better and cheaper.
Guest

Gregory, AR

#4 Dec 18, 2008
Gene's Auto Glass in Paragould does tint jobs. They're a lot cheaper, and do great work
abc123

Bossier City, LA

#5 Dec 18, 2008
supertints have done my wraps. they do it themselves. in their own shop
MrWiggly

Lake Charles, LA

#6 Dec 18, 2008
I wouldn't recommend Pro-Tint to anyone.I wish I would've looked on here before I took my car to the guy at Pro-Tint he may be cheaper but the old saying "you get what you pay for" is right this guy only does a half ass job.Read the post on here under Pro-Tint and then make your choice.OH and he'll never touch any of our cars again.

“Go Red Wolves”

Since: Dec 08

Jonesboro

#7 Dec 18, 2008
yea i had mine tinted at supertints they do great take they tint all the way to the end of the window my mom had hers done by protint they left about a 1/2 inch of the top of the window untinted you only saw it when the window was rolled down but still they didnt do a good job also had bubbles in it.
TT Boy

Lake Charles, LA

#8 Dec 18, 2008
What is a vehicle wrap?

“Go Red Wolves”

Since: Dec 08

Jonesboro

#9 Dec 18, 2008
i dont really know how to explain it but most cars in Nascar have wraps rather than painting them and like the radio station vans around here have them to.and K8 news storm tracker it like a vinyl that is a alternative to painting a vehilce.
The Man

Jonesboro, AR

#10 Dec 19, 2008
I would use Gibson's Sign Mart. They are very experienced and cost effective. They wraped my van and I am soon going to have them wrap another. They are an A+++ shop
John Adcock

Arlington, TN

#11 Jan 5, 2009
Info Man wrote:
Looking for a Vehicle Wrap Job? Dont use supertints they use someone from STL to do there wraps.
Anybody looking for a vehicle wrap in Jonesboogie should boogie over the bridge to Vanwraps.com in Memphis. They have been pulling work from coast to coast...
I'm just sayin...
OH OK DORK

Bossier City, LA

#12 Jan 5, 2009
Info Man wrote:
Looking for a Vehicle Wrap Job? Dont use supertints they use someone from STL to do there wraps.
wraps in memphis are cheaper and also made from cheaper materials(the vinyl is too thin to last)and life of the wrap will be within 12 months to 18 months....good luck.
supertints is a bit higher and they do a bangup job but...they do use better materials and it will last up to 5 years without fading.
i had mine done 4 years ago and my van looks the same now as when they first did it...and...
i had to expand to a second and third vehicle to keep up with the response to my business directly from the wrap itself....thanks supertints....
RC PAINTING
DSW

Jonesboro, AR

#13 Jan 5, 2009
I hear someone got a wrap there and the wrappers forgot to cut the slots for the doors. The driver wasn't able to get back in the vehicle. To make matters worse, it was an ambulance service and the vehicle had been dispatched to take care of an emergency. The driver had to spend 30 minutes chiseling away at the wrap, and by the time he reached the site of the emergency the patient had died.
guest

Little Rock, AR

#14 Jan 5, 2009
DSW wrote:
I hear someone got a wrap there and the wrappers forgot to cut the slots for the doors. The driver wasn't able to get back in the vehicle. To make matters worse, it was an ambulance service and the vehicle had been dispatched to take care of an emergency. The driver had to spend 30 minutes chiseling away at the wrap, and by the time he reached the site of the emergency the patient had died.
What a load! Do you expect ANYBODY to believe that crap? I can't imagine anybody being that gullible!
wtf

Lake City, AR

#15 Jan 5, 2009
what did your wraps cost?
The Dave

Memphis, TN

#16 Jan 6, 2009
Hey fellas. [email protected] here. Jonesboro has got plenty of room to grow in wraps. Ask these guys how long they have been doing wraps before you buy. Wraps got started in Jonesboro when I did the wrap for Laws Carpet and then Melinda Gibson, here in 'Memphis'. That was back in '02.

The materials are all new and beautiful. Our 3M wraps are thick, high-gloss, and can be waxed! They are selling from $2500 but look like a $10000 paint job!

No startup shop can do anything the way we do it.

My advice is to find a graphic designer that has A LOT of experience. There would be nothing worse than to spend that kind of money and let someone design and manage the creative that doesn't know what they are doing. Photoshop filters do not make a great wrap. Legibility does.

Wraps are an advertising tool, not something to get chicks. This must be handled by seasoned pros otherwise you are making it a liability of what should be an asset.

I have looked at Jonesboro and it seems a few elite people do most of the advertising there.

Do the math. You pay for impressions in advertising. Period. How many miles do you drive a year? If you have the wrap for 5 years and you drive 20000/yr you will turn about 100,000 miles + 1,000,000 turned heads in advertising. Its essentially a 100,000 mile long billboard on wheels.
TCB

Lake Charles, LA

#17 Jan 6, 2009
Info Man wrote:
Looking for a Vehicle Wrap Job? Dont use supertints they use someone from STL to do there wraps.
Extreme Graphix on HWY 1 will do it cheaper and just as good.
DSW

Jonesboro, AR

#18 Jan 6, 2009
Pro Tint does the best job in town...and even in all of Northeast Arkansas.
Turman sucks

Bossier City, LA

#19 Jan 8, 2009
PROTINT IS A F*CKING JOKE!
Been there

Bossier City, LA

#20 Jan 8, 2009
Hummmm... Does John the owner lives in St Lewis? I don't think so.... Come on people, at least try to be honest here.

I've had Supertints tint windows and wrap trucks and trailers and it's ALL done right there in his shop. If anyone wants to ask me about his work just look for my truck with Clear Shot Productions on it. It was done 2 years ago and still looks new.

And some of the other comments about the vinyl are true. Be careful as some shops use lower quality product and will fade earlier. That's one of the reasons SuperTints is a little higher. They only use the best product.

If you want to know who to use just contact each company and ask for references. Go take a look at their work then make a GOOD decission on who to use. That's just good business sense.

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