Marketing and advertising are evolving arts. Despite the explosive growth of the internet, there is still room for offline innovation in marketing and brand promotion.
In recent years, Regtransfers.co.uk has noticed, and encouraged, the increasing use of private vehicle registrations in this context.
Whether it is the raising of personal profile, as achieved by Sir Alan Sugar’s famous AMS 1 registration, or the novel promotion of a brand like Theo Paphitis’s stationery chain, Ryman, with the number RYM 4N, personal – or corporate – registrations are big business.
The following stories are certain to provide you with inspiration and ideas for the perfect registration to promote YOUR business. You can see how companies just like yours have gained considerable prestige from their distinctive number plates:
Business stories pages
- A W Lymn (XE 1)
- Bannatynes Health Clubs (F1 TSO)
- Big Motoring World Group (BIG 1)
- The Car Buying Shop (D14 RYY)
- City Inter-Rent (OO08 CTY)
- Dudwich Holdings Limited (DHL 1)
- Fantastic Fireworks (5 NOV)
- Good-dog.co.uk (GO09 DOG)
- Hadley Green Garage (DHG 1)
- Hunter Demolition (HDL plates)
- John Madejski (JM 1)
- KMK Electricians (K13 KMK)
- LA Muscle (F17 ONE)
- Morrow Brothers Limited (1 KEG)
- Anglia Holdings (MJC 60)
- Mr Simms Olde Sweet Shoppe (MR51 MMS)
- Osborn Transport Services (FOS 53Y)
- Rossi’s Ice Cream (VAN177A)
- Roxdan Developments (ROX 1E)
- SecondSkin PPF Ltd (SS 2)
- Shaketastic (WE54 AKR)
- Signature Global (DEE 1)
- Souster & Hicks (TAII ORS)
- Talacrest (25 O)
- Tiger Eye Industries (T1 GER)
- Tom Hartley (TH 2)
- Tom Hartley Jnr (1 THJ)
- Top 555 (TOP 555)
An increasing number of companies and entrepreneurs have seen the value of private and corporate vehicle number plates.
Some have invested in single, outstanding examples that are guaranteed to make an impact. Others have equipped entire fleets of vehicles with themed or branded registrations.
Distinctive Number Plates:
- provide excellent promotional, marketing opportunities
- look great in press releases, newspaper articles, TV, etc.
- raise public awareness of your company
- help to create corporate identity
- are great fun items
- set your company apart from the rest
- are tax deductible
- provide proven investment potential
- represent a one-off cost, so there are no maintenance fees
- facilitate easy fleet administration and vehicle tracking