I just got done teaching Mutoh’s School of Wrap workshop for beginner/intermediate students at Avery headquarters in Painesville, OH. It was a very good class of students and the training facility was first rate. I wish all my workshops were at Avery. Everyone in the class was really eager to learn and put their head down for 2 full days. We worked with Avery’s new 1005 Supercast film with the 1.3mm overlam. After learning my UGIS system on day one, they wrapped a Ford Explorer on day 2. I was pleasantly surprised at how well they wrapped the car because all of them were brand new to installing. Very impressive. The graphics really popped due to the high quality print by a Mutoh Valuejet and that the new supercast film prints really, really well. A nice bonus for the workshop is that Crystal Baus from Mutoh came by to answer any questions about Mutoh printers and Todd LaBrie, owner of Carwraps, was present to answer any design questions. Tomorrow is the advanced workshop and then I’m back to Amsterdam to be with my ladies.