Palmer Signs (Roseville, CA) recently shared these images and a few words about their work restoring a food trailer that had been damaged during one of last month s many wildfires in California.
Justin Juice Lee, designer for Palmer Signs, reported that the damage to The Lamb and the Wolf s trailer was surprisingly limited to just the vinyl on the front being torched, while most of Paradise, CA – where the trailer had been located – was burned to the ground. The trailer was just black with little logos around and about and we are currently doing a re-branding and re-wrapping project for them, Juice said.
For more information, visit palmersigns.com.
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