As the official fleet graphics partner for Anheuser-Busch, you can trust that no matter what graphics we produce for you, it’ll fit in perfectly with the rest of your fleet.
As a part of that effort, Advertising Vehicles will be heading to Anheuser-Busch InBev’s Sales and Marketing Communications Meeting, SAMCOM 2023, next week in Anaheim to participate in the Vendor Village. We want to be there learn about the the latest Anheuser-Busch creative developments but also to work with Anheuser-Busch departments and distributors with what is coming up next in fleet branding.
We’ve been working with AB distributors for years, and in that time we’ve provided more than 100,000 fleet graphics either directly from our team or through our online ordering. Not only have we been able to supply high quality vinyl graphics, but we are the only US provider of the premiere changeable graphics system, Traxx. We’d be honored to bring your team into the fold of happy partnerships we’ve created over the years.
For Those Attending – Be ready to win at SAMCOM 23
For those that will be attending, we have put together a sweepstakes for SAMCOM 23 attendees who come check out our booth: a chance to win a free specialty fleet graphic project, that will showcase the many facets of the offerings Advertising Vehicles for any fleet graphics client.
We are offering the chance to win the full Advertising Vehicles experience. That means project management, design consultation, printing and shipping, worth up to $2,500.
All those interested in participating just need to stop by the Advertising Vehicles Booth during the show to enter to win.
Helping Distributors Fleet Management Teams across the U.S.
In addition to the online services available directly through the online systems provided by Anheuser-Busch, Advertising Vehicles provide hands on services of all kinds to make the process as easy as possible for fleet managers.
If you want an idea of just how well we work with Anheuser-Busch distributors and their teams, don’t just take it from us, let Rusty Dyer from Kentucky Eagle show you what it’s been like over the past 5 years: