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Rowlett Police Department Wins National Police Specialty Vehicle Design Competition

July 18, 2007

DALLAS – SkinzWraps, Inc.’s vehicle wrap that it designed for the Rowlett Police Department won first prize in a national competition. The Rowlett police department received notification on Jun. 26 that it had won first place in the National Specialty Vehicle Design Competition conducted by Law and Order magazine. Working side by side with the Rowlett Police Department, SkinzWraps designers created a CSI-type design that included crime scene tape, an electron microscope enlargement of human DNA, a super-sized fingerprint, and a magnifying glass.

The 2007 Police Vehicle Design Contest judging was based on the integrity of the designs submitted to the competition, as well as how each design met the criteria as outlined in the contest guidelines.

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