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Endagraph started as a one-man shop in 1990 and today has more than 40 employees and wraps everything from walls to trucks to airplanes.
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The WRAPSconnect panel discussion will return to WRAPSCON again this year, Aug. 15-17, in Long Beach, California.
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Better project management can help sign shops find success
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Cutting oddly-shaped items can be challenging but essentially, the same fundamentals apply, says WRAPS contributor Charity Jackson.
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Expect WRAPSconnect to return to WRAPSON again this year, Aug. 15-17 in Long Beach, California.
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Sure, Detail City uses squeegees, but they put a good old-fashioned hand towel to pretty good use.
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Check out Wrapsesh do some live demos from in the exhibit hall of THE NBM SHOW in Phoenix in early February.
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WRAP-TECH is the Japanese headquarters of the Paint Is Dead global family.
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John Duever offers tips on beating out your competition—and it's got nothing to do with price.
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A snippet from last summer’s WRAPSCONnect at WRAPSCON, where Austin Smith of #201 Wraps gives his views on competition. (Hint: He likes it!)

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