Tassies to take on global wrap challenge

Tassies to take on global wrap challenge
Sign printer tops ANZ region in wrap competition, set to compete in Las Vegas

Tassie printer Fingerprint Signs will compete in the international Wrap Like A King challenge hosted by Avery Dennison, having being crowned the winning installer in Australia and New Zealand for its entry Barn Find 24/7.

The competition will see Fingerprint Signs along with three other regional winners from North America, Europe and North Asia all come head to head at the 2018 Sema show in Las Vegas next week.

The contestants receive a four night stay during the show, along with a US$3,200 prize pack for each continent winner, including personalised Wrap Like a King merchandise, US$500 worth of gift vouchers, a Race Ramp product and a variety of promotional and marketing tools for the winner’s wrap shop.

The contest judges candidates on their use of Avery Dennison Supreme Wrapping Film, the Conform Chrome Series and MPI 1105 Supercast Digital film.

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Josh Nielsen of Fingerprint Signs, says, "Wrap Like A King has been a great experience and opportunity for my and the team at Fingerprint Signs.

“We did not expect to become the continental winner for ANZ but it has made us feel so much better about our work.

“I have always been inspired by the wrap work done all over the world which pushed me to follow my dream in becoming a wrap designer and installer. I never thought I would get this far with my work and it is a great feeling to know that my work is not only enjoyed by the locals in Tasmania by now all over the world."

Victorian car wrap printer Exotic Graphix topped the global contest last year. 

Jeff Losch, marketing director, Avery Dennison Graphics solutions says, “We are one step away from a new global wrap king, and each of the remaining entries is a strong representation of what this challenge is all about. Our team cannot wait to see the winners in Las Vegas, because each one has accomplished something remarkable.”


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