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Nice job with a relaxing green color that tells someone that "were here" and very good contrast with the lettering which makes it easy to read. Having the ED is icing on the cake.
 

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Nice job with a relaxing green color that tells someone that "were here" and very good contrast with the lettering which makes it easy to read. Having the ED is icing on the cake.
Back in the day of lead paint wasn't that "relaxing green color" called "Institutional Green" commonly used in hospitals, (SCoA?) asylums, clinics and the like? :nuts:

Sometimes called Chrome Green, a mixture of chrome yellow and Prussian blue, one of industry's most important green pigments.

Originally considered to be a soothing color, it became linked to a color of insanity or medical incarceration.

ALL kidding aside, do like the ED wrap which today we will call EV Green . . .
 

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Back in the day of lead paint wasn't that "relaxing green color" called "Institutional Green" commonly used in hospitals, (SCoA?) asylums, clinics and the like? :nuts:

Sometimes called Chrome Green, a mixture of chrome yellow and Prussian blue, one of industry's most important green pigments.

Originally considered to be a soothing color, it became linked to a color of insanity or medical incarceration.

ALL kidding aside, do like the ED wrap which today we will call EV Green . . .


Institutional green...would seem to be a slam dunk since this is the asylum!
ED green would have to be the green on the tridions of a number of EDs from the factory. We will have to call this green "smart asylum green." :D
 

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Pretty cool! How do you like the EV setup?
Love it so far. I live 7 miles from our academy (Golf Evolution | thegolfevolution.com) and the other guy lives 22 miles away, so we save the wear and tear on our car, the gas, AND everyone stares at our little EVs. Plus we can toast some cars between stoplights downtown, which is fun. :)

(We don't do that often - we'd get a bad reputation :D).

Nice job with a relaxing green color that tells someone that "were here" and very good contrast with the lettering which makes it easy to read. Having the ED is icing on the cake.
Thanks.

How do you take the wrap off when you sell he car?
It peels off. They're leased, too, so they should last the three years and then the dealer can pull them off. If nothing else it protects the paint underneath, so they actually like it when people wrap their cars.
 

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Nice job! Green IS the color. Would make Pink Floyd happy :)

What does the "5" in the front signify? The five stages to evolve from ape to good golfer, as shown in your graphic?
 
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