Let’s look at two best practices for using car wash signs to attract more customers.
I get that some folks might assume that the below “CarWash” sign might seem too generic to be real, but according to the internet (that’s enough for me), it’s a real attempt by a car wash to grab a chuckle or two from passersby, and in turn urge a few of them to stop in for a car detail.
The sign itself strikes me as certainly hilarious — a stellar reference that will resonate strongly with all of us who fired off a couple hands-in-the-air crane kicks in our living rooms. But, as much as I can appreciate the value in getting a laugh out of the faceless masses — certainly one of the main targets for car wash marketing — there are some risks to deciding to use a sign like this. And car washes put them up every single day.
To that end, let’s look at two best practices for using road signs to attract more car wash customers. In no particular order: