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Feb 28, 2011 12:00 AM
Mutoh and Avery Dennison have teamed up to hold 10 car wrap training classes across the United States in 2011. Classes provide an in-depth understanding of how to properly wrap almost any vehicle.
Professional car wrap instructor Justin Pate will teach each class using his Universal Graphics Installation System (UGIS). “Over my 15-year career, I have wrapped more than 2,500 vehicles. I developed my Universal Graphics Installation System as a result of that experience. UGIS is a fluid, easy-to-learn installation system that reduces mistakes and ensures quality, resulting in a significantly lower install times,” he says.
New this year, students can receive Avery certification.
Participants of the class will receive a NT Cutter A-551P knife, Avery Dennison toolkit, Martor safety box, 25 yard rolls of MPI1005 Super Cast Easy Apply RS and DOL1360, and a 30% coupon for purchases at www.learntowrapcars.com.
March 3-5, Denison, TX: SignWarehouse
March 7-9, Orlando: Proveer
May 2-4, Los Angeles: NuSign
May 5-7, Phoenix: Mutoh America Inc. headquarters
July 28-30, Wharton, NJ: Graphic Resource Systems
August 1-3, Denison, TX: SignWarehouse
September 8-10, Toronto: (TBA)
September 12-14, Atlanta: Mutoh Southeast office
October 27-29, Chicago: Modagrafics
October 31-Nov 2, Seattle: (TBA)
Cost for the 2 day class, plus 3rd day certification exam is $599. Certification is available for non-class attendees at $299 per exam.