Accent Distributing Opens Phoenix Location

The 8,145-square-foot warehouse will house products, plus a wrap & film installation training center...

Accent Distributing announces the opening of a full-service location in Phoenix. With existing locations in Houston and Sarasota, Florida, Accent Distributing is working to expand across the country, according to officials.

The new facility, located off North 19th Avenue in Phoenix, will provide faster and more convenient shipping and training for films and finishes dealers, including 3M Authorized Dealers, throughout the Midwest and West Coast. It will also provide closer access to Accent Distributing’s staff, officials noted.

The new 8,145-square-foot facility will include both warehouse space and a training center equipped with learning stations and room for installations on vehicles.

“We are thrilled to be opening a third location in the United States to provide industry dealers and installers the resources and training they need to offer high-quality services to their customers,” said Shawn Cabral, chief executive officer of Accent Distributing.

Accent Distributing’s relationship with 3M spans more than 25 years. The distribution company provides 3M films and finishes to thousands of dealers throughout the United States and the Caribbean. 

Additional products available for shipping nationwide include 3M DI-NOC Architectural Finishes, 3M FASARA Glass Finishes and several other decorative finishes designed to transform interior spaces and exterior facades.

Accent Distributing’s professional training team has over 40 years of experience in the window film and wrap industry. “We pride ourselves on having some of the best installers in the industry within our 3M™ Authorized Dealer network, and that is partly because of the top level of training that they receive from our team,” Cabral said. “We look forward to welcoming 3M dealers throughout the United States to our training center in Arizona.”

Training courses will be offered on a variety of different 3M’s films and applications. With both classroom and hands-on instruction, installers walk away with the newest, most innovative installation techniques.

Pat Curtin

Pat Curtin is the managing editor of THE SHOP magazine.

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