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2 0 2 2 • WRAPS • 25 G R A PH I C S - PR O.C O M END OF THE LINE After many months of planning, col- laboration, delays, and wrap appli- cation, the transportation director's newly wrapped vehicle was complete. It had its difculties along the way, but Katazoom and the Anderson 5 School District are happy with the results. "They were very excited with the - nal result," Long says. "So much so that we have another order to wrap a transit van from a different department." The other results that are yet to come from this project are the suc- cess of the advertisements. Thankfully, Katazoom's work will spread the word that Anderson 5 needs bus drivers, and soon enough, people will step up and make sure kids can get to school. The vehicle is designed specically for this purpose. "This project was born from some- one taking action, and I give them a lot of respect for taking the risk," Long says. Despite the difculties of this proj- ect, it was all for a noble cause. Poag and the Anderson 5 School District had a need, and they found a new and creative way to help fulll it. Katazoom was happy to help them get there. The wrapped vehicle sits ready in front of an administrative building. A view from the back of the vehicle.

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