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The director of Germany's Intax, Marco Kimme, has served as Germany's unofficial ambassador to the wrap world.
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A portion of the discussion that took place at the WRAPSCONnect breakfast in Long Beach last summer.
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Pilot Signs & Designs merged with FASTSIGNS of Medina (Ohio) earlier this year.
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This muralist's unique approach started in 1995 when he was a graffit artist that was asked to decorate a sports bar.
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With a little practice, learning to hand-letter a sign without using a stencil is something you can master.
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We don't know exactly who they are but we at WRAPS central enjoyed the work.
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Industry veteran Troy Downey junior says mastering the art of digitally printed wraps should be every shop's bread and butter.
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"Of course I agreed 100 percent," says Toby Stephens, who was asked to wrap a helmet for a little girl. He's continued to do more ever since.
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Australia's the Arthur Smith Group has a global presence, a long way from its one-room beginnings as a rubber stamp company in 1873.
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Boca Raton, Florida's Excell Auto Group sells used luxury automobiles and has its own in-house team to wrap them.

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