Date: 5 March 2021
The final program for the industry’s only worldwide event that brings together all segments of the window, security, decorative and paint protection film industries under one roof for quality education, business-building and nail-biting competitions, has been released. Take a look at the updated WFCT brochure.
This year’s event, June 7-9 at the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC) in Orlando, Fla., is gearing up to be better than ever and the planning team is taking every measure to ensure all safety guidelines are in place. In fact, the OCCC and our event accommodations, the Rosen Centre Hotel and the Rosen Plaza Hotel, have all been awarded the GBAC STAR™, a recognition given to only those facilities that maintain a high standard of cleaning and disinfecting procedures. READ MORE
Competition Deadlines for WFCT Are Fast Approaching
Deadlines to register for the International Window Film Conference and Tint-Off™ (WFCT) competitions, June 7-9 at the Orlando County Convention Center, in Orlando, Fla., are fast approaching.
“There are many benefits to competition and each year it is one of the show’s highlights,” explains Donna Stivers, competition coordinator. “Beyond the prizes and bragging rights, all competitors tell us that it makes them better technicians, creates strong bonds with colleagues and provides an unprecedented opportunity to learn firsthand from others in the industry.”
Here is what you need to know if you are considering entering a competition during WFCT...READ MORE
Window Film Competition Winners Share How They Prepare
The International Window Film Conference and Tint-Off (WFCT) attracts competitors from around the world, and a panelist of previous winners share their tips on how they prepare. All agreed that paying attention to details, training and transforming their shop bays play a role in their success. This year’s event will be held June 7-9 in Orlando.
“Six months before the competition I isolate either the driver or the passenger door, which is usually what we work on, and treat the installations like the tint-off,” said Sal Hurtado, co-owner and operator of Sal’s House of Tint, during an online session. “I’ll maybe shave a little bit of time off and treat it where Michelle, my wife and co-owner, will say go and I begin as if I’m competing. I start at zero, time it, then finish and look to see where I’m at just to have a good feel for what it’s going to be like in the competition.” READ MORE