I am looking to fully wrap a 2016 Tesla Model X and partially wrap a 2018 Airstream Sport 22FB travel trailer (more like put on some large decals - see "Route 66" example attached).
This September I plan on pulling the Airstream with the Tesla approximately 6,000 miles, across 21 states, over 40 days, while visiting over 30 Superchargers and RV campgrounds. I am doing this to promote the idea that not only is it possible to pull a travel trailer with an electric vehicle but that it is actually very enjoyable while helping save the planet of emissions (being green). I also wish to bring awareness of the versatility and strength the Tesla and Airstream vehicles are known for.
The wrap should signify that the Tesla is 100% electric and has zero emissions. Both vehicles should predominantly contain our corporate logo. They should also both contain the USA flag with reference that both were made in the USA. Please leave a spot for our social media hash tag (TBD) and texting information (TBD).
Both vehicles MAY have additional sponsorship logos added including Tesla, Airstream, Resort Parks International (RPI), Good Sam, CalArvc and ARVC. However, I may not be given rights to use the logos so design the wrap with that consideration. They may have to be added later (either as part of the final design or added as decals). I can furnish these logos when necessary.
If you look at our logo you will see 3 stars. These signify our 3 RV campgrounds. On the Airstream (and possibly the Tesla) I would like to reference these 3 parks (maybe to the right of each star?). I was thinking of putting in their locations (City, State) followed by the major highway sign graphic they are close to.
Our campgrounds are located in:
Cathedral City, CA : I-10
South Charleston, OH : I-70
Tylertown, MS : US-98
I have included examples of the highway signs for your reference.
I have also included our business card design that you could possibly use for inspiration.
Please be creative especially if you feel a different direction would be more striking.