Pittsburgh, PA –Nov. 16 2015– Digital Designs Graphics & Signs (Digital DGS) owner, Sean Woitas, was recently selected by 3M Vehicle Graphics Division, Saint Paul MN to complete a vehicle wrap live onstage at this year’s Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show. As one of only four selected individuals in the country to wrap a vehicle in the 3M booth during the show, Woitas took on the prestigious task of demonstrating proper vehicle wrap techniques on a Ford Mustang.
Each year, professionals in the automotive industry gather at the Las Vegas Convention Center for the biggest automotive aftermarket trade event in the world, the SEMA Show. Professionals were able to see the newest and most innovative automotive technology up close and personal, attended educational seminars and enjoyed various networking opportunities. SEMA is a hub of buying activity for domestic and international professionals alike, and automotive products and parts were showcased and available for sale in 12 different sections.
Sean Woitas said of the live Mustang wrap, “The SEMA Show is the premier automotive aftermarket show in the entire country and I was honored to be chosen to show proper vehicle wrap technique. Digital DGS has fostered mutually beneficial relationships with the automotive industry and vehicle wraps are among the most effective ways to build brand awareness.”
This year’s SEMA Show ran from November 3rd- 6th and featured a variety of exhibitors and booths ranging from automotive apparel to engine parts. Attendees also had the chance to meet celebrities such as Chip Foose, Rutledge Wood, Kyle & Kurt Busch and Richard Petty. For more information about the SEMA Show, visit semashow.com, and be sure to visit digitaldgs.com to see additional event photos.
The SEMA Show is the premier automotive specialty products trade event in the world. People from all around the country gather at the Las Vegas Convention Center to be apart of this amazing occasion. Our own Sean Woitas was scouted by 3M to wrap a brand new Mustang in front of various crowds of people.
You might be seeing our new Shaver’s Creek-wrapped Subaru on the roads soon…
Subaru donated this Outback to Shaver’s Creek for Traveling Naturalist Programs for the next year, to visit schools, parks, nature centers, and festivals all over Pennsylvania! These traveling programs bring live raptors to over 60 locations each year to teach about conservation, reaching more than 7,000 children and another 56,000 people at fairs and festivals like thePennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center.
Check out this “How It’s Made” style video to see how the good folks at Digital Designs Graphics & Signs installed our raptor-tastic wrap design…and the final result! Thanks Subaru! We love it! #cars