3M and Geek Wraps Enter Into Marketing Agreement

3M will display Florida company's tools and offer some products "official" approval.

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St. Paul, Minnesota-based 3M announces a new collaboration with Oakland Park, Florida-based Geek Wraps Inc.

The marketing agreement calls for 3M to feature a wide collection of Geek Wraps tools and products at industry tradeshows and installer training programs, as well as provide select Geek Wraps products with official listing as “3M Approved” installation tools.

Geek Wraps offers a broad ensemble of wrap tools, including microfiber squeegees, power slam magnets, advanced tool pouches, wrap juice and more. Many of these products have been featured during live wrap demonstrations and vehicle wrapping contests hosted by 3M.

Collaboration is not a new thing for the two companies. Geek Wraps is also home to Geek Wraps University, a 3M Authorized Training and Testing Facility that offers 3M Advanced Installer Training and 3M Preferred Graphics Installers testing.

“Geek Wraps has long been a supporter and customer of 3M wrap products, and we’ve had the privilege of using their high-quality tools at live demos and competitions for years,” says Marcio Oliveira, technical service supervisor for 3M’s Commercial Solutions Division. “Entering this new partnership is a thrilling opportunity for us to recognize the great products Geek Wraps has to offer, and we look forward to providing support to a company that continues to deliver groundbreaking, reliable tools into the expert hands of graphics installers all across the country.”

“Partnering with 3M is a milestone for Geek Wraps, and to receive official recognition of our product line from a pioneer in the graphics installation business is an honor,” says Kathy Calman, CEO of Geek Wraps. “Geek Wraps’ tools provide dynamic and dependable technology that not only works in perfect tandem with quality products from 3M, but also ensures the best possible installation of wraps.” 


Tony Kindelspire

Tony Kindelspire is digital content editor of Sign & Digital Graphics & WRAPS magazines.

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