Wrap like a King invites entries

Wrap like a King invites entries
Global wrapping competition offers prizes worth more than $54,000

Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions has announced the opening of its annual Wrap like a King Challenge.’
 
This annual vehicle wrap competition runs from June 3 through until August 31. It will include Continental Wrap Kings and the crowning of the King of the Wrap World.
 
Wrap installers from 54 countries across the globe can submit commercial, full print or colour change wrap projects to win thousands in prizes. The prize packages for 2019 are worth a combined total of over US$36,000 ($54,000)
 
Jordan Leach, senior business manager, Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions for Australia and New Zealand, says “Australia and New Zealand has consistently delivered exceptional creativity and execution, we can’t wait to see this year’s installations.
 
“Once again, we look forward to demonstrating this region’s commitment to innovation on a global scale.”
 
The participating nations come from twelve geographic regions across Australia and New Zealand, South Africa, Japan, South Korea, the United States, Canada, and Europe. Wrap installers in these regions will submit projects featuring Avery Dennison Supreme Wrapping Film, the Conform Chrome series, MPI 1105 Supercast Digital film or a combination of car wrap films to be evaluated against their regional peers by a panel of judges.
 
Wrap Installers can read the full official rules, judge bios and prize information and submit their entries on the “Wrap Like A King” Challenge site.
 
Wrappers will battle for royalty on their continent, Australia and New Zealand, South Africa, North America, Europe, North Asia, and the overall winner will be chosen by the judges as the best in show and crowned the King of the Wrap World at the 2019 SEMA Show, November 6 to 8, 2019 in Las Vegas, United States.
 
The King of the Wrap World grand prize package is worth almost USD$5,000, with additional gift vouchers and exposure via the Avery Dennison website, social media and web advertisements.

The global prize in 2016 went to Melbourne-based Exotic Graphix for its Toxic Rat wrap of a 1930 Ford Tudor, beating out the Canadian, European, and four US challengers.

For the first time, Avery Dennison is also introducing the People’s Choice Award, where members of the public are invited to vote for their favourite entry. The winner will be crowned the People’s Prince and walk away with prizes worth US$1,500.

For more details of the Avery Dennison Supreme Wrapping Film, please visit the website graphicsap.averydennison.com

Source: NewZealand Printer

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