Wrap That Car (wrapthatcar.com), a vehicle wrap company located in Cherry Hill, NJ, has teamed up with Avery Dennison, a world leader in graphics, to donate a van wrap to Rebuilding Together Philadelphia (RTP). RTP is a local, independent affiliate of Rebuilding Together, Inc., the nation’s leading nonprofit organization providing critical home repairs, modifications, and improvements for America’s low-income homeowners. The van, affectionately named “Rebuild One,” was donated to RTP to enable them to transport materials and tools that help rebuild low-income homes and neighborhoods in Philadelphia. Avery Dennison supplied the vinyl wrap materials, and Wrap That Car donated the design, print, and installation.
“We like to give back to the community in any way we can,” says Brian Dempsey, owner of Wrap That Car. “By sponsoring our hometown’s Little League or supporting local police and military recruitment centers, it helps us stay in touch with what’s important – each other. So when the opportunity came up to help Rebuilding Together Philadelphia repair communities in need, we didn’t need to give it a second thought.”
Wrap That Car worked closely with Rebuilding Together Philadelphia to create a design that invokes the spirit of brotherly love and helps to convey their message of repairing homes, improving lives, and revitalizing communities. “We are so grateful to Wrap That Car’s awesome van design to assist Rebuilding Together Philadelphia in achieving greater visibility in our quest to revitalize neighborhoods in Philadelphia,” says Stefanie Seldin, Executive Director of RTP.
About Wrap That Car
Wrap That Car, founded in 2005, is a vehicle wrap company located in Cherry Hill, NJ. In addition to vehicle wraps, Wrap That Car also specializes in the design, print, and installation of large format graphics including wall murals and window graphics. Owner, Brian Dempsey, is an Avery Certified Wrap Installer and has been working in the vinyl graphics industry since 2000. Besides providing wrap services for the local area, he and his team are sought out to travel across the United States to install fleet graphics for national campaigns. For more information, visit http://www.wrapthatcar.com/