Branding Your Cooler

Keep the cold drinks coming, and the customers coming back.

Wrapped Orders

Overview of the Process

In order to provide you with the highest quality jockey box wrap possible, we have partnered up with our neighbors at Premier Graphics. They professionally wrap your coolers before we turn them into jockey boxes. Premier is very good at what they do, but there are certain requirements they demand to make this process as easy as possible. See the tabs below for more information.

Step 1: Download our template
Step 2: Add/design your high quality artwork to the template
Step 3: Email it back for printing and install

    Step 1: Download Template

    Rear Input

    Use this template for all stainless boxes with the beverage line entering on the rear of the cooler. The cooler lid branding will face the beer faucets.

    Download

    Front Input

    Use this template for all stainless boxes with the beverage lines entering next to the faucets. The cooler lid branding will face away from the beer faucets (towards customer).

    Download

    3/4 Magnetic

    Use this template for our magnetic wrap. The magnetic wrap can only be used on our front input boxes.

    Download

    Step 2: Design Your Wrap (Artwork Requirements)

    Print ready artwork means that you provide us with files that we can print directly from exactly as is. If we find errors in your artwork, we will reject the files and provide feedback on the changes that need to be made. We’ve compiled a quick guide below to hopefully help with any questions you may have. 

    Print Install Requirements — High resolution, professional software files that have been designed on our template. EPS files are preferred. See below for other file-specific requirements. JPG & TIFF files are not accepted. Submit one file for the top/lid, and one for the body/sides of your jockey box. Once you finalize your print-ready files, regardless of its accepted file types, please provide a screenshot or JPG for us to use as a reference point to ensure nothing gets altered during transmission.

    Color — Color pallet is RGB (never CMYK). Pantone colors are better represented with RGB on a large format printer. If your branding requires a near exact match on color, we will require Pantone COATED color codes. Keep in mind that no printer will be able to precisely recreate all available tones.

    Resolution — All images provided for printing must be at least 300 dpi/ppi. All wraps will be printed at 300 dpi. We cannot increase the resolution of your files. If they look blurry when you send them to us, they will print blurry.

    Other File Types Accepted

    PDF Files (.PDF) — Require professional, vector-based software or industry-standard imaging and photo editing software. 

    Adobe Illustrator (.AI) — Convert all text to "outlines" and embed all images. All colors need to be RGB. Save as an .eps or .ai file.

    Photoshop (.PSD) — All colors and images need to be RGB (not CMYK) and set at 300dpi.  Our provided templates are to size and ready for print.

    Corel Draw (.CDR) — Convert all text to "curves." We are able to use most Corel files as-is.  We will let you know if we encounter any issues.

    Flexisign (.FP) — Convert all text to "outlines" and rasterize all images. We print directly from Flexi.  We will let you know if encounter any issues.

    Step 3: Submit Artwork

    FAQs

    Typically 2 weeks from art approval date. Not the day you ordered.

    We recommend your place your order 3-4 weeks in advance to be safe. This gives us enough time in case there are delays with your artwork or your communication. If you are on a deadline, please provide that date when you place your order.

    We use the same high quality vinyl that you see on wrapped buses, semi trucks, and vehicles. It's tough, but not indestructible. Hit it hard enough and the cooler will dent or tear the wrap.

    We can get as close as humanly possible with our large format printers if you provide your Pantone Coated color codes. Keep in mind that no printer will be able to precisely recreate all available tones.

    The first seam is where the wrap meets on the faucet side. The second one is from where the stainless steel on the cooler itself comes together. Everything will be lined up and they are hardly noticeable.