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Image360 Mokena Fire Truck Wrap for Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month

Local sign franchise partners with General Formulations benefitting the Finley Forever Foundation.

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Image360 Mokena (IL) wrapped this firetruck to support the Finley Forever Foundation.

Image360 Mokena (Mokena, IL) recently announced their collaboration with General Formulations (Sparta, MI) to create a tribute to local nonprofit, Finley Forever, helping to raise awareness for families affected by pediatric cancer, by wrapping the village of Romeoville, IL’s fire truck with graphics based on the Finley Forever logo — according to a press release from Image360. The wrap highlights the foundation and its mission to provide support and financial assistance to local families in memory of Finley Bracken, who passed away from pediatric cancer in 2020. The wrap itself uses General Formulations’ Automark Cast Vinyl, which donated the material to the cause.

The family of Finley Bracken, Jon Osborne, owner of Image360 Mokena and others involved in the project.

“It means the world to see this project come to life,” Lacey Bracken, President of Finley Forever, is quoted in the press release. “Since we received the truck from the Romeoville Fire Department, we knew we wanted to use it for our annual Lights & Ladders Brigade, where we bring cheer to families battling cancer during the holiday season. Image360 Mokena’s creative process surpassed our expectations entirely. We cannot wait to use this truck at local events and parades, raising awareness in our daughter’s memory.”

“I have the pleasure of knowing Lacey and Dan Bracken personally,” Jon Osborne, owner of Image360 Mokena, is also quoted. “When they came to me with this idea, I knew it would be one of the most important projects I’ve ever worked on. This collaboration has been an immense source of pride, and we hope this inspires folks in our community to always give back to those in need.”

For more information, visit mokenail.image360.com.

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