He was always very fast, creative and always delivered very excellent work.
How Paradigm Media started their signage journey
Who are you known as?
DriveCo CDL Learning Center
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Truck Driver Training School. Train people how to drive a semi in order to take their Class A CDL driving test. the target audience is more males than females with ages ranging anywhere from 21-50. We are located in Gary, IN which would be considered more rural but we do have a lot of students coming from Chicago and the neighboring towns.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
This will be a billboard. The dimensions will be 12' by 44'. I have an example of one of our past billboards. Please make sure it does not look similar to that. I have also attached two truck photos. PLEASE ONLY CHOOSE ONE TRUCK. Whichever you feel will look best. We also need our logo to be on there. It would be a bonus if you could get our logo also on the truck without it looking too forced. As for font and the background, that is completely up to you, but remember that this will only be seen very quickly so we want to keep it clean, simple and readable. Please do not use red and black on top of one another. There is no way you can see that when driving past quickly. I would prefer to see a white background. Grey can be used as a 3rd accent color.
As for wording, we would like it to say, "Train Here... Drive Here... Get Hired!" We have a new website that is still in progress and this is our new slogan. You can follow this link to look at our new website: http://paradigmmediaweb.com/drive-co-wp/. No need to mimic, just to use as another source of inspiration.
Remember our official name is DriveCo CDL Learning Center. This may be too long to put on the billboard. If so, please try to incorporate what we do, Class A CDL Training.
Finally, we would like our URL to be on there: DriveCo.org. Please do not put our phone number on there.
Feel free to be creative, however, remember that this is a billboard. I would rather it be too simple than over the top and not readable for those that pass by.