The Brain on the Bus Goes 'Think, Think, Think!'

Avery's wrinkle-preventing wrap material avoids jeopardizing installation

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Answer: This easy-to-install/easy-to-remove, inkjet-printable graphics film makes wrapping a bus for promotional purposes a breeze. Question: What is Avery Dennison MPI 1005 EZ?

When the producers of Jeopardy took their show on the road, they hired Pictographics of Las Vegas, NV to produce this attention-winning bus wrap. To produce the graphic, Pictographics used 1000 sq ft of Avery Dennison MPI 1005 EZ film on a six-color VUTEk UltraVu 2360 superwide inkjet printer. The film's Easy Apply adhesive technology cuts down on wrinkling, bubbles and waste during installation and removes easily with heat for the life of the graphic. To withstand the rigors of a road trip, the bus-wrap graphics were protected with Avery's DOL 1100 overlaminate.

Founded in 1994 by Craig and Susan Miller, Pictographics is a large-format graphics service bureau that takes pride in its PTA ("print-to-anything") capabilities. In 2002, the company's three owners-Craig Miller, Sue Miller and Christy Jeppeson-were honored by the US Small Business Administration as Las Vegas' Small Business Persons of the Year. This spring, Pictographics is scheduled to move into their newly constructed Digital Arts Building. (Pictographics:

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