Car Stickers and Decals
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DESCRIPTIONThis is a kind of strong declaration Which I established as part of that headline, proclaiming that everyone are in need of automobile stickers and decals, is it not?
<p>Car Stickers and Decals - Why exactly Americans Have Got to Have Them</p> <p>This is a kind of strong declaration Which I established as part of that headline, proclaiming that everyone are in need of automobile stickers and decals, is it not? Well, just so you are aware, even while I am the actual vice-president of marketing and advertising for an organization that prints car stickers and stickers, I know I avoid the use of them myself personally, thus I fully grasp all those who never do and I won't really care if you have car decals and decals on your own automobile nor if you buy them by means of our company. Oh yeah...I just now recalled....my family actually put an "UPWARDS" decal on our van to support our son's sports league. Doh!</p> <p>Socio-Economic Factors: Who Puts Car Stickers and Decals on Their Automobiles?</p> <p>I have not done a scientific study of socio-economic layers of society to determine what percentage of the population puts car stickers and decals on their vehicles. But as an offhand guess I would conjecture that 80 to 90% of the cars on the road have car stickers and decals of some sort on them. Maybe more, but I think that's a pretty safe guess. There are car stickers and decals that state political bias, insult particular politicians or presidents, past and present, car stickers and decals that tell people where you went to school, humorous bumper stickers, car stickers and decals telling the world what sports team or teams you root for, business decals advertising where you bought your car, and the list goes on.</p> <p>I have noted that blue collar guys (a.k.a. rednecks) like really big rear window car stickers and decals, preferably perforated decal material that covers the entire rear window of their jacked-up Chevy Nova or Ford pickup. Usually it's either an American Flag or a Rebel Flag. Sometimes the car stickers and decals on the rear window are tasteless and tacky on these rigs, but blue collar guys love their big car stickers and decals.</p> <p>On the other end of the car stickers and decals socio-economic spectrum are the expensive cars like Mercedes and Lexus and Ferrari. These rarely display anything except maybe interior static cling car stickers and decals of the Ivy League school they attended, or maybe the one their kid attends. Except for a friend of mine who owns a bunch of independent Verizon stores who completely decksed out his Mercedes, Lexus, and Ferrari with full wrap car stickers and decals!</p> <p>Then, there's the middle where most of us live. The car stickers and decals we put on our cars vary far more than either end of the socio-economic spectrum hitherto discussed. Whereas the blue collar car stickers and decals are thumbing their noses at the Lexus driver, and the Lexus driver is on his way to work to tell the blue collars what to do for the rest of their lives, the middle class is simply trying to belong. </p> <p>Pride Factors: What Kind of Car Stickers and Decals Americans put on Their Automobiles</p> <p>Car stickers and decals tell people that you are proud of your group, whatever that may be. It is programmed into the human psyche to belong - to a family, a church, a civic club, an alumni association, a fan club, and there are car stickers and decals for at least some of those associations in everyone's life. </p> <p>Of course, geographically, most people support local sports teams with their car stickers and decals, unless of course, they're from somewhere else. They still belong to a tribe somewhere and flaunt their tribe's sports team's car stickers and decals. Downtown there are so many various university and college car stickers and decals, that to belong downtown, you just need to have gone somewhere.</p>
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