MACtac Will Provide Expertise at Show
MACtac Graphic Products will provide graphics installers the expertise they need to conquer their installation challenges at the Professional Decal Application Alliance (PDAA) Graphics Application Zone during the 2010 Specialty Graphics Imaging Association (SGIA) Expo in Las Vegas, Nev., from Oct. 13 to Oct. 15.
The Graphics Application Zone, which began as an educational vehicle graphics wrap event known as WrapQuest at the 2007 SGIA Expo, has grown exponentially as it embarks on its fourth year of existence. Extending beyond vehicle graphic installations in 2009, the Graphics Application Zone now also spotlights wall, window and floor graphic installations.
The three-day event features industry-leading suppliers and manufacturers showcasing the latest graphic application tools, techniques and materials, including a variety of films, pressure-sensitive media options, ink systems, and more. Attendees can also view live demonstrations by PDAA Master Certified installers and participate in hands-on graphic installation sessions.
MACtac is a four-time event participant and two-time partner of the event. This year, MACtac will unveil graphic innovations for an array of application surfaces with varying textures, including vehicles, windows, walls, and floors as well as object displays, such as home mail boxes, newspaper boxes, and more.
"Sponsoring the PDAA Graphics Application Zone is indeed an honor for MACtac and we embrace the opportunity to participate and share our expertise of installation methods and techniques as well as our recommendations on industry products, materials and tools with installers," said Jason Yard, marketing application specialist, MACtac Graphic Products. "Our goal this year, as with previous years, is to arm installers with the knowledge and solutions they require to conquer their graphic challenges and produce flawless, successful finished graphics in a timely and cost efficient manner for improved return-on-investment and increased profit margins."
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