It’s a wrap with car signage workshops

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Ball & Doggett is partnering with Avery Dennison to help raise skill levels in the car signage market, through workshops in Victoria, NSW and WA.

Growing business: Car wrapping
Growing business: Car wrapping

This one day ‘Essential Vehicle Application Techniques’ workshop is largely a practical (hands-on) training programme complemented with an online theory component.

Aimed at both seasoned installers and beginners, Ball & Doggett says the workshop is designed to challenge and provide you with tips and tricks to give your business the insight to all aspects of vehicle application techniques. It says if you’re a manager, applicator, apprentice or in graphics production you will find this Avery Dennison workshop beneficial. 

The sessions are tailored to meet the ever-changing graphics industry and is led by an Avery Dennison product and application specialist. Only two workshops remain for this year; the first in NSW on 7 September at Sydney Motor Sport Park, Eastern Creek, and the second in WA on 12 October at Ball & Doggett, Balcatta.

The Victoria workshop has just taken place. “Ball & Doggett are proud sponsors for Team 18 Irwin Racing and we were delighted to host the Victorian workshop at Team 18 Irwin Racings headquarter at Mount Waverley” said Rob Brussolo general manager – Sign, Display & Digital at Ball & Doggett.

Participants at the workshop got a first-hand look at a Supercar garage centre and the chance to meet and greet Mark ‘Frosty’ Winterbottom and Scott Pye during the day.

Ball & Doggett says the most popular and freshest ways to market a brand is through the use of car signage wrapping. It says commercial vinyl wrappings’ popularity is growing, with industry experts expecting car wrapping in Australia to increase rapidly over the next three years. It says large organisations are already taking the lead, and branding their entire fleet for uniformity and professionalism

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