Mentor, Ohio – Avery Dennison announced today that public voting in the“Wrap Like a King” Challenge featuring Avery Dennison® Supreme Wrapping Films is open. Voters in the Challenge have a chance to win over $10,000 in prizes.
The “Wrap Like a King” Challenge drew 158 car wrap submissions from vehicle wrap installers throughout North America. Six professional judges narrowed the entries down to 32 finalists. Through five rounds of public voting, finalists will compete for the grand prize.
All voters, from all rounds, will be entered into a drawing to win a grand prize, including a trip to visit the West Coast Customs television production set and a $150 Croftgate gift card. Voters will also be chosen randomly in each of the four rounds of public voting to win multiple Croftgate gift cards.
“We were all impressed with the quality and creative designs of the entries we received. This Challenge exemplifies all of the unique options that can be achieved using our vehicle wrap films to change the color of your ride while protecting the original OEM paint. We are grateful for all of the installers and designers that submitted projects in the ‘Wrap Like a King’ Challenge using our Avery Dennison Supreme Wrapping Films. The public voting is the next exciting part of this challenge!” said Meghan Lagoni, marketing manager at Avery Dennison.
The grand prize winner of the “Wrap Like a King” Challenge will be announced October 12. The grand prize includes $2,000 in cash and a trip to SEMA Show 2013 to be featured in the West Coast Customs and Avery Dennison booths.
Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions is hosting the competition with supporting sponsors, West Coast Customs and Croftgate USA. A total of over $25,000 in prizes will be given away to participants and voters.
The Judges for the competition include:
- Ryan Friedlinghaus, founder and CEO of West Coast Customs
- Kevin Putnam, lead designer and social media manager at West Coast Customs
- Justin Pate, trainer of Avery Dennison hands-on car wrapping workshops and certification program in North America
- Paul Roba, North America technical manager for Avery Dennison
- Dan Marx, vice president of markets & technologies for the Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA)
- James “Ruggs” Kochevar, publisher of SIGN & Digital Graphics and WRAPS magazines
For official contest rules and regulations, and more information about the contest, judges and prizes, please visit www.wraplikeaking.com.
Vinyl wraps and graphics can be installed on most vehicles and boats, ATVs, motorcycles and RVs. Wraps easily change the look of a vehicle and can be installed quicker than a custom paint job.
For more information on Avery Dennison products and where to buy Supreme Wrapping Films, designers and printers can visit www.graphics.averydennison.com. Learn more about West Coast Customs at www.westcoastcustoms.com.