Capitol Tree truck wrapped in Plain City


Brad Daiber, creative director for Associated Graphics, Inc., (AGI) in Plain City, checks the alignment of the Kenworth logo on the 2016 KW tractor, before installer Jared Skinner, adheres it to the hood. The truck, which will pick up the 2016 Capitol Christmas Tree, has been wrapped at AGI and will soon depart for Alaska, where it will pick up the giant tree which will be the holiday centerpiece at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. The theme of this year’s wrap is the Northern Lights, illustrated at the front of the truck, a reference to Alaska. To follow the journey, visit capitolchristmastree.com

Brad Daiber, creative director for Associated Graphics, Inc., (AGI) in Plain City, checks the alignment of the Kenworth logo on the 2016 KW tractor, before installer Jared Skinner, adheres it to the hood. The truck, which will pick up the 2016 Capitol Christmas Tree, has been wrapped at AGI and will soon depart for Alaska, where it will pick up the giant tree which will be the holiday centerpiece at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. The theme of this year’s wrap is the Northern Lights, illustrated at the front of the truck, a reference to Alaska. To follow the journey, visit capitolchristmastree.com


Dean Shipley | The Madison Press

Brad Daiber, creative director for Associated Graphics, Inc., (AGI) in Plain City, checks the alignment of the Kenworth logo on the 2016 KW tractor, before installer Jared Skinner, adheres it to the hood. The truck, which will pick up the 2016 Capitol Christmas Tree, has been wrapped at AGI and will soon depart for Alaska, where it will pick up the giant tree which will be the holiday centerpiece at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. The theme of this year’s wrap is the Northern Lights, illustrated at the front of the truck, a reference to Alaska. To follow the journey, visit capitolchristmastree.com

Brad Daiber, creative director for Associated Graphics, Inc., (AGI) in Plain City, checks the alignment of the Kenworth logo on the 2016 KW tractor, before installer Jared Skinner, adheres it to the hood. The truck, which will pick up the 2016 Capitol Christmas Tree, has been wrapped at AGI and will soon depart for Alaska, where it will pick up the giant tree which will be the holiday centerpiece at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. The theme of this year’s wrap is the Northern Lights, illustrated at the front of the truck, a reference to Alaska. To follow the journey, visit capitolchristmastree.com
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2015/10/web1_AGIpic1.jpgBrad Daiber, creative director for Associated Graphics, Inc., (AGI) in Plain City, checks the alignment of the Kenworth logo on the 2016 KW tractor, before installer Jared Skinner, adheres it to the hood. The truck, which will pick up the 2016 Capitol Christmas Tree, has been wrapped at AGI and will soon depart for Alaska, where it will pick up the giant tree which will be the holiday centerpiece at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. The theme of this year’s wrap is the Northern Lights, illustrated at the front of the truck, a reference to Alaska. To follow the journey, visit capitolchristmastree.com Dean Shipley | The Madison Press

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