21 Sep 2023

Mutoh and Avery Dennison hold car wrap training sessions in USA

Mutoh and Avery Dennison team-up to hold six more car wrap classes throughout the United States this year. Classes begin at $399 and all students receive over $600 worth of tools and media kits just for attending.
Classes provide an in-depth understanding of how to properly wrap almost any vehicle and gain a competitive edge in the wrap industry.
Professional car wrap instructor, Justin Pate, will teach each of these classes using his, easy to learn, 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,” shares Pate.
The workshop will include a 2 day class (with optional 3rd day certification exam) that will focus on properties of the film, recessed areas, proper tool use, tips and tricks and cleaning of the wrap process.
“Mutoh experienced a very successful 2010 with our car wrap classes, and we are looking forward to partnering with Avery Dennison for the ten classes offered in 2011,” shares Brian Phipps, General Manager of Mutoh America Inc. “New this year, students can receive Avery certification that can enhance their businesses; we look forward to continuing to help the wrap industry grow.”

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 percent coupon for purchases at www.learntowrapcars.com.
Class sessions will be held at the following locations:

  • July 28-30 – Wharton, NJ – Graphic Resource Systems
  • August 1-3 – Denison, TX – SignWarehouse
  • September 8-10 – Toronto, ON – Proveer
  • September 12-14 – Atlanta, GA – Mutoh Southeast Regional Office
  • October 27-29 – Chicago, IL – Modagrafics
  • October 31-Nov 2 – Seattle, WA – To Be Announced