2019 WRAPSCON Wrap Olympics Prize Packages Announced
Last year's competition wasn't decided until the last event on the last day.

2019 WRAPSCON Wrap Olympics Prize Packages Announced


WRAPSCON returns to Long Beach, California, as part of THE NBM SHOW Aug. 15-17 at the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center. The only show globally put on by wrappers for wrappers, WRAPSCON becomes the center of the wraps universe for those few days with live training; a look at the latest, hottest products on the market; networking with fellow wrappers, including some of the legends of the craft; and of course the Wrap Olympics, a grueling competition pitting two-man teams against each other in a series of six challenging stages. Expect some twists and turns you might not have expected this year and don’t be surprised if, like last year, the winner is not decided until the very end on Saturday.

All competitors will receive prizes just for putting their skills on the line, but the first-, second- and third-place teams will share a total prize package worth more than $48,000. To view a complete list of the prize packages for the top three teams in the 2019 WRAPSCON Wrap Olympics, click here. There’s still time to register; do you think you have what it takes? Click here.

The emcee for the 2019 WRAPSCON Wrap Olympics is Kevin Kempf from PG NOLA and the judges are Jen Carney from Carbon WrapsLuis Tirado from WBC GraphicsStarla Miller from Miller Decals; Adam Sumner from WRAPIX Imaging; and Keith Vu from Savage Wraps

Other highlights of WRAPSCON 2019 include WRAPSconnect, a free-wheeling panel discussion with some of the top wrappers on the planet. Seating for this event is limited; click here to register. Also, join us for theMeet the Masters Happy Hour,” your chance to interact directly with some of the legends in the industry. That event takes place Thursday evening.

Registration to THE NBM SHOW and WRAPSCON is free up until Wed., August 14, and after that it’s $25 per person. Click here to register.

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