Andy Stonehouse

Andy Stonehouse is a Denver-based freelance writer who has been covering the automotive industry for more than ten years.

Kay films Audi TT
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Consumers interested in resetting their car’s boring looks can dig into a multi-colored rainbow of metallic and color effects 
installation training
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While many ambitious installers have taught themselves the basics of wrap jobs, the huge growth in the business means that professional training and the resulting industry certification can lead to a better wrap business, and happier customers
Nash preds2
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Successfully balancing big league customers and local businesses, this busy Tennessee printing company demonstrates flexibility and team spirit during playoff run
BSC 1
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The technology involved in channel letter raceways has improved the flexibility, durability and aesthetics of lit signage, but it can still make for a challenging install project  
paint protection film, wraps
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Durable paint protection films require specialized installation skills, but can be quite lucrative for a shop.
wrap nation install
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Maintenance, reliability key to wrap printer investment
city center map
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Innovation in retail advertising and floor graphics allows for sign shops to create safe and enduring installations
P.O.P. printing
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New opportunities for satisfying commercial clients
Sciortino2
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Tackling a channel letter job for a new client can be simple if you work with a sign-making wholesaler, but dealing with municipal regulations and the logistics of mounting electrical signage require a specialized skill set
Flexible POP
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The field of magnetic printing has come a long way since the days of die-cut fridge magnets.

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