Sign & Digital Graphics

October '14

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The entire Tiger Wraps team works with clients during the entire process to ensure their needs and goals are met. Tiger Wraps typically wraps six to 15 vehicles a week but can install even more if it uses it's mobile-installation unit. Since starting with boat wraps, Tiger Wraps has continued to grow and, over the years, has added 2,200 square feet of installation space with 14-foot overhead doors, allowing the shop to take on semi- trailers, RVs and large boats in an indoor, climate-controlled facility, Brom says. Two full-time artists have since joined the art department, and Brom upgraded Tiger Wraps' computing capabilities to hold 64 gigabytes of RAM, six terabytes of hard drive space and two solid-state drives with quad-core processors on each computer. On average, Tiger Wraps installs six to 15 wraps per week and sometimes even more if it uses the shop's mobile-instal- lation unit, Brom says. With so many installations each week, Tiger Wraps relies on strict organization. For artwork and design, Tiger Wraps usually stays two and a half to three weeks ahead of time and one of a half to two weeks ahead of time for final approvals. This allows Tiger Wraps three to four days for printing before the installation. Many prospects are new to the wraps market, and it takes some education to help them see the possibilities. S I G N & D I G I T A L G R A P H I C S • October 2014 • 67

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