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3M Automotive Products Named Exclusive Brand of the Ferrari Club of America

3M will get to display its wares prominently at the Experience in Arizona event later this fall.

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3M Personal Automotive Products Named Exclusive Brand of the Ferrari Club of America
3M Personal Automotive Products Named Exclusive Brand of the Ferrari Club of America

St. Paul, Minnesota-based 3M, a multinational corporation serving a myriad of industries, including the wraps, sign and graphics markets, announces a new partnership with the Ferrari Club of America in which the company’s products, including window tint, paint protection film and wrap films, will be featured as the exclusive brand of the Ferrari Club of America.

“The people of 3M are pioneers in the window tint, paint protection film and wrap film industry, which makes their world-class products a natural fit for the passion and notoriously high standards we have for our cars,” says Neil Gardner, national corporate partnership chairman for the club.

3M will be featured prominently at the annual Experience in Arizona from Nov. 6th-10th,  which hundreds of Ferrari Club of America members attend. 3M’s window films, paint protection films and its Wrap Film Series 1080 products will all be demonstrated and promoted during the event.

Also, the 3M network of installers across the country will be engaging with the local Ferrari Club of America chapters to help support their vehicle automotive customization needs and local events.

“We’re very excited to join forces with The Ferrari Club of America,” says Bill Hibbard, 3M national window film business manager. “We know that our customers value high-performing products and that’s why our powerful and inspirational brands align so well.”

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Tony Kindelspire

Tony Kindelspire is the digital content editor for RV PRO magazine. He was the former digital content editor of Sign & Digital Graphics & WRAPS magazines.

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