Merityre branding roll-out

Car tyre specialists Merityre have multiple branches across the south of England. Reade Signs proved instrumental in the seamless roll-out of Merityre’s new rebrand. Adaptability and Flexibility: Key considerations when rolling out a rebrand across multiple premises

The Brief

A consistent brand is important for any business, especially when that business has premises spread over a wide geographical area. And it’s made more complicated if you want a modern, unifying look for a variety of different premises types and shopfronts. This was the challenge Reade Signs faced when car tyre specialists Merityre asked us to rebrand most of their 21 sites across southern England.

We needed to take the newly adopted brand style that Merityre had implemented and apply it as part of a rolling update plan for their designated branches, taking into account any local restrictions or conditions.

The Solution

Our first step was to survey every branch, to take measurements, photographs and to check any access issues. We then had to visualise the new brand, with its bright, yellow theme, into the survey pictures and make any necessary changes for the client to approve.

Once we had approval, the next step was to get the designs through the planning permission process. This needed a lot of background work by us to make sure that both our clients and the local authorities were happy. Once everything was in place, we could move on to the next phase, the actual production and installation of all the signage. We had to source a single stock of self-coloured aluminium composite material (ACM) to guarantee consistency of the “Merityre yellow” branding across all locations.

Once we produced and labelled the signage, we had to coordinate the installation of every sign with the individual branch managers to minimise any disruption to their daily operation. Finally, the products were dispatched with installers on a pre-planned route to reduce travel time between sites and keep costs down.

“Reade Signs proved instrumental in the seamless roll-out of our rebrand…their knowledge and attention to detail was second to none and we felt we were in expert hands from beginning to end. The signage across our branches stands as testament – it looks absolutely fantastic and we are so pleased with the finished result”

Dene Arnold, Merityre General Manager

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