Signs firm brands radio van

A PICK-UP truck used by radio station Revolution 96.2 has been given signs from a fast-growing vehicle branding company.

The Revolution 96.2 Mercedes pick-up truck features logos and straplines made by The Sign Box, based at Coldhurst Industrial Estate in Oldham.

The Sign Box was founded by Rob Foster and Nick Cash in 1990. Over the years it has worked for local and national clients including TNT, Manchester Apartments, Law Distribution, Thames Water, Severn Trent Water, M&Y maintenance and a number of radio stations. It also wrapped a bus that appeared in an advert for Visa credit cards during the football World Cup.

Emma Nisbet from The Sign Box said: “We’ve worked for Revolution 96.2 radio for a number of years. We advertise on the radio station and more recently have designed and fitted signs and graphics on a number of their vehicles.”

Matt Ramsbottom from Oldham-based Credible Media, which owns Revolution 96.2, the Oldham Chronicle online and Oldham Business Edge magazine, is pictured with the newly branded pick-up truck.

The vehicle has the capacity to be used for indoor and outdoor broadcasts and events, including as a DJ booth, with space for music players, mixing equipment and lighting.

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