Car Stickers Galore | VideoAlexander Gorney | 7/5/2012
This RV looks a little different than a regular one.
"Our motto is `Tattoo Your Ride, Not Your Hide,`" said James Goeres, co-owner of the RV.
Goeres and his cousin sell car stickers out of their RV, which is smart for their business.
"We`re just continuing the family tradition of bringing stickers to the oil field and North Dakota," said Goeres.
Goeres` uncle ran a sticker selling business out of an RV for 12 years. After he passed away, Goeres and his cousin took it over this summer. Both men travel around the state selling the the same stickers that they have pasted all over their ride.
"We usually go to Williston, Ray, Tioga, Minot, Bismarck, Dickinson, New Town and just continue the circle in the summer."
How many stickers are on the RV?
"There`s got to be at least over a thousand," said customer Rio Rindy.
"I come from a small town and I never seen anything like this and my son said we got to go look at this and I really like it," said customer Rosanne Rindy.
"They got a little bit of everything for everyone, you know, especially for the oil rigs," said Rio. "I suppose when he goes up to Williston, big purchases up there."
"I`ve got everything from trucks, to oil patch, to bands, funny sayings, things for hairdressers, carpenters," said Goeres.
Gores gives his customers some sticky notes and a pen. The customers then go look around and write down the number above the sticker of the one they want and then they tell him that number.
"I was here yesterday, got one of those crane stickers, showed one of my buddies because we just got out of crane school down in Oklahoma last month," said customer Daniel Colehour.
The stickers go for about eight bucks a pop.
"It`s unreal, you just got to browse and see what catches your eye really," said Colehour.
No matter what sticker you`re looking for. You are likely to find it somewhere on this RV.
The RV will be back in Bismarck before the end of the summer.