Champions Named in Tint-Off Competitions

September 20th, 2013 | Category: Event News, Industry News

Tint-Off champions have been named in the 2013 International Window Film Conference and Tint-Off.

(left to right) Architectural winners Matt Adams, owner of Adams Window Tinting in New Bern, N.C., Chris Brooks, co-owner of Kauff’s Tint and Graphics in Palm Beach, Fla.,  Ronnie Zdenek, president and owner of SPF Window Tinting in Hattiesburg, Miss., and Hann Kim, CEO of STM Solar Control in Los Angeles.

(left to right) Architectural finalists Matt Adams (bronze medalist), Chris Brooks (fourth place), Ronnie Zdenek (gold medalist) and Hann Kim (silver medalist).

In the Architectural Division, our first-place champion is Ronnie Zdenek, president and owner of SPF Window Tinting in Hattiesburg, Miss. Second place went to Hann Kim, reigning 2012 champion and CEO of STM Solar Control in Los Angeles. Matt Adams, owner of Adams Window Tinting in New Bern, N.C., took the third-place bronze.  Chris Brooks, the 2012 second-place winner and co-owner of Kauff’s Tint and Graphics in Palm Beach, Fla., took fourth place.

Zdenek has received $5,000, a gold medal and trophy, as well as bragging rights as the “World’s Best Architectural Window Film Tinter.” Kim is taking home $1,500 and a silver medal and Adams received $500 and a bronze medal.

Of the twelve automotive finalists named this morning, Randy Humphries, operations manager for Tint King in Billerica, Mass., took home the gold. Second place went to Jonathan Sanchez, film application specialist for Hi-Line Window Tint in Rochester, N.Y. Caleb Silkett, manager of Midwest Tinting in Overland Park, Kan., was the third-place winner.

(left to right) Automotive winners Caleb Silkett, manager of Midwest Tinting in Overland Park, Kan., Randy Humphries, operations manager for Tint King in Billerica, Mass., and Jonathan Sanchez, film application specialist for Hi-Line Window Tint in Rochester, N.Y.

(left to right) Automotive winners Caleb Silkett (bronze), Randy Humphries (gold) and Jonathan Sanchez (silver).

First-place winner Humphries received the grand prize of $10,000, a gold medal and trophy, as well as bragging rights as the “World’s Best Automotive Window Film Tinter.”

Sanchez received the second-place prize $3,000 as well as a silver medal and third-place winner Silkett was the recipient of $1,000 and a bronze medal.

Stay tuned to windowfilmmag.com for exclusive interviews with the winners.

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