MACtac - 6/27/2007
MACtac® Program ‘Application Nation’ Sweeps the Country
Stow, OH - Want to expand your application expertise? MACtac®, the expert in quality, service and digital media,
has teamed up with Rob Ivers, the expert in digital media application for vehicle wrap installation, to bring
‘Application Nation’ training classes to eight U.S. locations throughout 2007. These introductory courses are
designed to educate, inspire and give attendees the tools to apply cutting-edge vehicle wraps with ease.
"Customers and installers have driven the demand for Application Nation it is truly a destination for those who
want to expand their portfolio of knowledge to include one of the fastest growing bubble-free products on the
market," said Rick Moore, Director of Marketing, MACtac Graphic Products. "Rob Ivers is renowned as a great
educator for vehicle wrap training and we are very excited to partner with him in providing this unique opportunity
to individuals who want to broaden their perspective."
Application Nation sessions are two-day events made up of MACtac digital media training, design theory, surface
preparation techniques and special training for applications over flat, riveted and complex curves. Upon
completion, attendees will receive certification for taking the course.
Included with the courses, MACtac will provide an informational CD, t-shirt, coupons, promotions and toolbelt
with soft and hard squeegees, rivet brush, razor, pin poker and marking pencil.
Scheduled 2007 Application Nation sessions:
April - Indianapolis, Ind.
May - Taylors, South Carolina
June - Atlanta, Ga.
July - Boston, Mass.
August - Santa Fe Springs, Calif.
September - Pennsauken, New Jersey
October - Garden Groves, Calif.
November - Shawnee, Kansas
"Application Nation is just one element of MACtac’s commitment to providing customers with a forum to learn,
discuss and take the industry to a whole new level of creativity and excellence," Moore said. "As Application
Nation takes hold, we have other great ideas to export the movement, and will have more details soon."