Promoters of lifestyle designer Karen Neuburger’s “Girlfriend’s Getaway Tour” wrapped this rented 35-foot Itasca Sun Cruiser in a pink polka dot motif printed on 3M Controltac temporary vinyl to promote Neuburger’s new book. The graphics package, which cost $14,000 and took 2 1/2 days to apply, covers the entire vehicle including the windows, which occupants can still see through. Greg Kolles, president of Pinnacle Signs and Graphics Inc., Minneapolis, Minn., which produced the graphic on a Seiko Color Painter, said the technology is about five years old but is coming into more frequent use. “You could put a photograph of your grandmother on it if you wanted to,” Kolles said. Nine pieces of 3M Controltac vinyl were used to cover the coach, which Neuburger is using to promote her book “The Secret Language of Girlfriends” during a 10-city tour in April and May. “There are some really complex angles that we had to accommodate because it was an RV,” said Kolles, whose company primarily designs graphics for bus fleets. The most important thing, according to Jack Brambilla, president of Brambilla’s Inc., a Shakopee, Minn., RV dealer that rented the RV, was that the graphics package not damage the coach. “They had to guarantee they could take it off and not have any damage underneath,” Brambilla said. Kolles said the coach can be restored to its original condition in about two hours.