First time ever in Mexico Roland DGA's Born-to-Wrap Workshop

Roland DGA to Offer Born-to-Wrap Workshop for the First Time Ever in Mexico.

Roland DGA will be offering its popular Born-to-Wrap vehicle wrap workshop in Mexico for the first time ever, giving attendees an opportunity to learn the tricks of the trade from industry experts.

Like Roland’s U.S.-based Born-to-Wrap classes, the comprehensive two-day workshop, to be held July 19-20, 2018 in Mexico City, will combine classroom instruction with hands-on wrap installation in a simulated shop environment.

Leading the Mexico City workshop will be award-winning wrapper Rafael Muñoz, director at Prodigyo Imagen Visual, who will teach attendees everything they need to know about running a successful wrap operation. Muñoz will share his vehicle wrap secrets – lessons learned over many years – while also providing instruction on the use of Roland’s advanced digital inkjet printers.

“We’re really excited about this first-ever Mexico Born-to-Wrap workshop,” said Amado Lara, Roland DGA Director of Sales, Latin America. “The demand for vehicle graphics and wraps is growing rapidly throughout Mexico, making this a great learning experience for those seeking to enter the field, or for established wrappers who want to take their abilities and operations to the next level. “Attendees will walk away with a wealth of real-world skills and knowledge they can apply immediately in their own workplaces.”

For additional information on the upcoming Mexico City Born-to-Wrap workshop (in Spanish only), visit https://www.rolanddga.com/es/soporte/roland-academy/workshops/btw-mexico-basics-and-beyond. To learn more about Roland DGA’s U.S.-based Born-to-Wrap workshops, visit https://www.rolanddga.com/support/roland-academy/workshops.

Picture Caption: Award-winning vehicle wrap specialist Rafael Muñoz (kneeling in photo) performs an in-booth wrap demonstration at a recent trade show. Muñoz will lead Roland DGA’s upcoming Born-to-Wrap workshop – the first to be held in Mexico – July 19-20, 2018 in Mexico City.