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Mutoh's next "Hands-On School of Wrap" June 7th & 8th in Elkridge, MD

Monday, June 07, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Phoenix, AZ. – Mutoh America Inc. will hold the next Mutoh "Hands On School of Wrap" class at Neschen Americas in Elkridge, MD June 7th and 8th/ Intermediate class and June 9th/ Advanced class. There are only a few spots left!

All classes are taught by one of the top graphic installers in the world, Justin Pate.

Pate's workshops are one of a kind:
1.    He teaches a clear, easy to understand system (UGIS) that works on any vehicle, with any vinyl material.
2.    This system, along with other valuable tips taught in the workshop, creates speed.  There is simply no other Installer or workshop out there that fully understands speed wrapping and can clearly teach quality and efficiency like Justin Pate.  
3.    Receive not only training, but support and vehicle wrapping tools and valuable post installation tips to take home and get started.

The upcoming class in Maryland comes off the heels of yet another successful staging of the "Hands-On School of Wrap" class that was sold out  at Sign Warehouse's facility in Denison, Texas: May 10-11th and 12th.  Students' yearned for an opportunity to learn the art of vehicle wrapping from one of the best installers in the vehicle graphics industry.

The "Hands On School of Wrap" class provided Tami Rodgers, who is about to open her own sign shop, a valuable skill which will enable her to offer vehicle wraps as part of her business while increasing the profitability of her new shop. Rodgers said, "Justin is a confident and thorough instructor. It was so much fun and I hated to go home, but I feel like we now have the knowledge to successfully complete vehicle wraps."

 

 

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