A Wrap Challenge That Goes Beyond Vehicles

Custom wraps have been created for vehicles, trucks, boats, motorcycles, and basically anything on wheels. But what about wraps for other objects?

Signs By Tomorrow, in conjunction with 3M Commercial Graphics and United Appllcation Standards Group (UASG) seeks to answer this question by announcing the launch of its nationwide “Imagine It…We Can WRAP It!” custom wrap design contest. Signs By Tomorrow customers are invited to submit their ideas for an item they think would be amazing or creative to wrap. Entries are being accepted at the company’s corporate Facebook page starting February 7. 

Signs By Tomorrow, UASG, and 3M will choose their five favorite entries. Then on March 7, voting will be open to the public via the Facebook site. The winner will receive a professionally produced custom wrap and installation (up to 1200 square feet of 3M graphic film and overlaminate) on the object they submitted.

“The great thing about this contest is it gives our customers the opportunity to push their own marketing creativity while testing our production skills at the same time,” says Signs by Tomorrow Director of Marketing Heather Davis. “We chose to partner with industry leader 3M for this contest because we know their comprehensive product line can deliver a solution to meet our customers’ craziest and most creative ideas.” 

To enter, customers must upload photos and a brief description of their item to the Signs By Tomorrow Facebook page no later than February 29, 2012. Once the top five entries are identified, all votes must be cast by March 22, 2012, and the winner will be notified and announced by March 25, 2012. Certain restrictions apply; please visit http://www.signsbytomorrow.com/wrap_contest_rules.pdf to view complete contest details and rules.


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