If you want low cost, high value, classes, consider the classes I am teaching with my friend Shane Courtney at the SGIA Expo in New Orleans.
We used these at #WrapsCon 2015 in Indy at the #PaintIsDead Wrap Contest. They were amazing and all of the competitors loved them. You can work on the sides of car much easier without bending over. And even though, they are not doing it in this photo, the center section between the wheels slides out so you can sit on it for the lower parts like the bumpers and between the wheels. It’s also great to stand on to do the roof!
I have just added this product to my store at the low price of $1,549 plus shipping. And for those of you who want to buy one from me next week at #SGIA I will be running a show special for just $1,477 plus shipping.
We will be using one in the wrap training area at the #SGIAExpo in Atlanta. So stop by and see one in action. Shane and I will be there teaching classes all day, everyday of the show. We may even have 1 or 2 spots left in my advanced class, Extreme Wrapping, but on Tuesday only (the day before the show, Nov. 3).
This class should be called “Learn From the Best”. Rob is not only the best installer, but he is the best teacher. I’ve had the privilege of taking one of Rob’s training courses before being PDAA certified, and I can tell you, Rob Ivers is a wellspring of wrap installation knowledge. No matter how many years someone has in this trade, they can gain productive knowledge from a Rob Ivers’ training course.
Bob Yunque at Shabob Signs via Rob Ivers’ West Coast Car Wrap Training | LinkedIn.
Check out more photos and video from the 1st day of the west coast edition of Wrap Like A Pro on my Facebook.
I had a busy and productive day at ImageOne Impact with Dave and Frank setting up for this week’s wrap classes. Thanks for all your help guys!
We have two cars to wrap, some sweet Avery Supreme Wrap colors and a “wrap lift” (and many other cool new tools). Stay tuned for more updates.
Thanks for stopping by and welcome to my new blog! This is just an introductory post so I’ll keep it short and sweet.
I decided to start a blog because I want to share my knowledge and experience with the graphic installation industry, especially those just starting out.
Over the next few months I plan to be writing and sharing posts about graphic installation steps and techniques, tools and how to use them. I’ll also keep you filled in on my upcoming training classes.
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