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Vancouver pop-up presents training opportunity

Vancouver-based Still Creek Press recently completed a short-term project using Drytac’s SpotOn vinyl – a product the business says is so easy to use that it used the opportunity to train a new employee.

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A Vancouver pop-up presented a unique training opportunity

The commercial print specialist, which also produces wide-format graphics, worked with a natural health retailer to create and install window and floor graphics for a pop-up store. WithinUs was marking five years in business and wanted to celebrate by organising a one-day event for charity. 

Due to the short timeframe of the event, Still Creek Press required a vinyl material that could be easily applied and removed. The firm opted for Drytac’s SpotOn vinyl, which is compatible with solvent, eco-solvent, latex and UV inkjet technology and can be applied without the need for special tools or extensive training.

Bruce Lee, wide-format manager at Still Creek Press, explains: "We chose Drytac SpotOn for a number of reasons. It was super easy to apply, and it could be easily removed by anyone.

Time and time again it outperformed other vinyls and just the feedback from our clients was enough for us

"In fact, I used the event as on-site training for one of my staff members to teach her the ins and outs of an install. We had her apply some of the decals which she did with ease.

"As for the floor decals, it's great we didn't have to use an overlaminate with it because of the built-in anti-slip surface - and, like the wall version, it is easy to apply.

"After doing numerous tests with this product and other removable vinyls we settled on Drytac SpotOn. Time and time again it outperformed other vinyls and just the feedback from our clients was enough for us. It is, hands down, one of the best removable short-term vinyls out there."

WithinUs’ pop-up store raised money for Covenant House, a charity that works to support young homeless people in Vancouver.

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