DCS is proud to present the launch of The Powell Movement Podcast!
The brain-child of broadcaster and snow sports personality Mike Powell, The Powell Movement makes no apologies about its intent to talk some shit, ruffle some feathers, and dig beneath to the surface to really get to know action sports athletes and industry professionals alike.
Stay tuned every Monday for new episodes and interviews with an extremely heavy line-up.
Suscribe on iTunes and Stitcher and enjoy a compelling first episode with…
2017 at DCS is already shaping up to be an amazing year.
After settling into our new facility in Tukwila, we were quick to get Vehicle Wrap projects lined up in the special install bay we’ve dubbed “The Hangar.” The first project is a Peterbilt semi-truck that required a good washing before our install team set about wrapping the entire cab + body. DCS owner Daniel Diederichs actually took it upon himself to rinse, sponge, and loofah the truck with his own hands and ensure the vehicle would be ready on wrap day.
With the weather being a crisp 45 degrees, it was crucial to stay dry and layered. Luckily we had a full set of Helly Hansen Workwear on hand to keep Daniel dialed. Helly Hansen has been a great customer for years and it was fun to take the opportunity to put their gear through the ringer. Within an hour we had the Peterbilt sparkling and nestled back inside, ready for fresh coat of not-paint the next day.
Make sure you stay tuned for photos of this project (and more) because The Hangar at DCS is going to be seeing plenty of action.
Here’s the finished wrap.
Whether it’s Black Friday, Cyber Monday, or you’re simply shipping out a standard product order, it’s the extra touches that create a memorable customer experience. Discounts make for a great opening salvo but it’s freebies that become the the icing on the cake.
Try including a couple of exclusive stickers featuring unique art, specialty materials, or even a sticker sheet to take the experience of unboxing to a whole new level. Watch brand loyalty and buzz build on social media and beyond.
Our friends at Blender’s Eyewear are a perfect example, creating a rotating collection of 3-4 stickers that come with every pair of sunglasses.
Request a Quote and let’s brainstorm some freebie ideas for your next promotion.
Save The Date
The inevitable is finally happening. We’ve outgrown our current space in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood and will be headed to a new space in Tukwila on November 11th, 2016.
Rest assured, we won’t be leaving you in the dark. Get all the details below on our big move.
What You Need To Know
Our new address 345 Andover Park E Tukwila, WA 98188.
Thu. 11/10 – Closed at 3:30pm
Fri. 11/11 – Closed
Sat. 11/12 – Closed
Sun. 11/13 – Closed
Mon. 11/14 – Fully Operational
Projects booked into our production queue will not be affected. Quote Requests that we receive from 11/10 to 11/14 will see a longer response time than normal. Our team will do their very best to reply as quickly as possible.
Phone calls will be forwarded to a cell phone for urgent inquiries. The majority of our team will not be available by phone or email until Monday.
A huge amount of gratitude goes out to everyone who made this possible. All of our clients, friends, fans, supporters, and employees have contributed to our continued success and it’s extremely humbling to be able to take this next step.
With Halloween just days away that can mean only one thing…Movember is right around the corner!
Raising awareness for men’s health issues is still job #1, but this year the focus is shifting from primarily Prostate/Testicular Cancer to mental health issues. Movember’s efforts are building toward a world where men and boys actively makes moves to care for their mental health and emotional wellness, and are supported by family and community during tough times.
“Globally, the rate of suicide is alarmingly high, particularly in men. Around the world, on average we lose a man to suicide every minute of every day. Three out of four suicides are men. Too many are toughing it out and struggling alone.
We have to take action to improve mental health and reduce the rate of male suicide.
The causes of suicide are complex. There’s no single reason why men take their own lives, but we do know that by improving overall mental health we can reduce the risk of suicide. We need to address untreated mental health conditions among men.
We’re looking at mental health through a male lens, and taking action at a community level to find solutions that work for men.”
DCS will be actively fundraising all Movember long to spotlight these issues and do what we can to lift up those who need help.
Join Team DCS or donate HERE.
Start your own team + get involved HERE.