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12 Volt Specialist New to Tinting


Guest jcoe

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Hey all,

I'm an American SHop Owner who specializes in 12 volt installations. I have been tinting on and off for a couple of years and now I am trying to get more involved in the industry. I have taken a class and it was helpful, BUT like any course there is no way they can teach you everything. I am very interested in Moving "across the pond." My concern is finding work.

My question to you all is do you think It would be difficult to find a shop that will teach me more about tinting, all while maybe utilizing my other skills; including remote starts, security, stereo, video, and things of that nature?

I really want to move and I really want to tint. Can this happen with little Film experience and a lot of 12 volt experience?

-Cool

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Of course it can!

Just like you would here, use your skills to get a job at a place that does both.

Once you're in, everybody likes multi talented people. Most employers would embrace

honing your skills. :pirate

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Of course it can!

Just like you would here, use your skills to get a job at a place that does both.

Once you're in, everybody likes multi talented people. Most employers would embrace

honing your skills. :spit

Thanks, you have no idea how much more comfortable that makes me feel. I have never been to europe and I would really like to stay for a while. Whats a good area to get started? I just need a tiny little chance. I know tinters are everywhere but what shop would give me a workman's visa? I plan on picking up my family and going around july 2012. This is nerve racking.

-cool

:poke

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