USA Mobile Drug Testing

USA Mobile Drug Testing recently hired us to wrap a fleet of buses in several cities as part of an awareness campaign for their drug free workplace programs.

These eye-catching buses will be seen throughout the Cleveland, Atlanta, and Denver areas, with more cities planned though out 2015.

David Bell, USAMDT’s CEO said “We’re extremely happy with the wraps The Wrap Wizard designed and installed, and we love the fact that they could handle locations all over the country. That saved us a lot of time, work and money.

“I’m excited about the opportunity to have a medium that is basically a billboard traveling through the business districts of several major cities. It’s a great way to get a tremendous amount of exposure for a reasonable price.”

USA Mobile Drug Testing franchisees are also happy because the campaign is helping to increase brand awareness.

“We’ve had a lot of success improving workplace safety for our clients, and this campaign will help us to reach even more clients so we can help them achieve the same results.” said Karen Kitchen with USAMDT of Cleveland.

John Spivey, with USA Mobile Drug Testing of Atlanta said “With all the talk of marijuana legalization, these buses are a great way to get in front of a lot of business owners and let them know that we can help them keep drug and alcohol abuse out of their companies.”

“A lot of employers don’t realize that they can take steps to keep drugs out of the workplace even though they may be legal now” said Richard Matteucci with USA Mobile Drug Testing of Denver, and these buses are a powerful way to reach those employers.

The Wrap Wizard teams worked with our partners in Cleveland, Atlanta, and Denver to install approximately 900 square feet of weather-resistant, laminated vinyl an each bus. These wraps typically last for 7-10 years.

We’re happy to welcome USA Mobile Drug Testing to the Wrap Wizard family and look forward to many more successful projects together! And if you’re interested in the services they offer, be sure to stop by their website or Facebook page.