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Old 02-12-2013, 08:27 PM   #15
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It certainly couldn't look any worse than one of those TravelAmerica rental units, which is certainly advertising on the side of an RV.
This is a very good point ...
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Okay. Lets see a contract. Proof is in da puddin
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Oops!

Guess I'm a thread killer
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well the one factor that no one has talked about is the taxable part of the $4,000 per month. Depending on your tax situation, you could feasibly have a tax liability of $1,000 per month - so that certainly changes my perspective.

For me, the gross amount would have to be more like $5,000/mo so that I could see a reasonable "profit" for my efforts, time, tax liability, expense and wear and tear to the motorhome --- plus the hours it would take me to remove the wrap when my contract was up
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How many would be willing to wrap there RV with graphic advertisement for $ 4000 a month ?

you would need to drive it in specified county at-least 500+ mile's a week .

minimum 3 month contract up to one year depending on advertiser .

the advertiser pay's for the full wrap

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So who does one email for the fine print etc
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I've seen this question posed before many years ago on one of these forums.

I have never seen an RV anywhere that has had it done.

I would not do it for any amount of money.
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I'm in! I have a friend from a place on the West coast that had a police car that was sponsored by Viagra! It was on the hood and they apparently paid the agency by purchasing a patrol car for the agency.
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$36K per year.
$10K in fuel.
25K miles/yr.
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Etc.
I could never be had for so little.
Hmmm 48,000 dollars a year. You must drive at least 26000 miles per year. 10,000 in fuel' about 10-12 hours a week in driving. Sounds like a good way to tour the country to me.
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I think this would make it a commercial vehicle and open a whole can of worms!
I think that's right too.
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I'm am traveling around the country for the next 8 or 9 months. I estimate about 20k miles. I'd be interested, if the wrap wasn't ugly. How do I get more information.
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So... some of you would take money, for services rendered. Hmmmm...
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I've seen this question posed before many years ago on one of these forums.

I have never seen an RV anywhere that has had it done.

I would not do it for any amount of money.

X2!, Couldn't pay me enough.
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The OP said this was offered to him. He is looking for opinions not volunteers. That would be against our rules ( soliciting business ). Lets keep our responses to opinions , please.
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So who does one email for the fine print etc
there's no fine print as of yet , I have to talk to my friend that work's for the large company about it, once I have all the p's and q's worked out . There's alot of great question's you guy's had mentioned that I have to find out . This is just an idea in the working for me .
one of thing's I was thinking about was charging by the mile with a minimum of say the 500 mile's a week with a max of " ? " a week . I will also ask for $ 3 a mile and the they would haggle me down to $ 2 a mile at the minimum this will increase the rate of pay .Also if I'm allowed to drive state or country wide would be a plus" highway mile's Then I also need to figure out the business end of it
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