SkinzWraps Announces That Beginning 2007 It Will Exclusively Offer Hi-Definition (HD) Vehicle Wraps to All Its Clients

DALLAS, TX — (MARKET WIRE) — January 04, 2007 — SkinzWraps, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SKZW), a full-service vehicle wrap company, announced today that it has advanced it proprietary processes to a new level and now will provide all of its 2007 clients with vehicle wraps in Hi-Definition (HD). These HD vehicle wraps will be provided without a significant increase in price, or delay in overall delivery time.

\”Getting to the HD level without a noticeable increase in price or delays in delivery, is the result of extensive R&D and culmination of years of fine tuning our proprietary processes,\” says Peter C. Salaverry, Chairman and CEO of SkinzWraps, Inc. He continues, \”In the past our HD vehicle wraps were reserved for customers with custom motorcycles and Barrette Jackson or SEMA-type quality show cars. These HD wraps, though clearly worth it, were noticeably more expensive and took much longer to deliver.\” He adds, \”By being able to deliver affordable HD vehicle wraps to all our customers, we believe we have again raised the bar in the vehicle wrap industry and expanded our advantage over those who might want to compete with us.\”

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