Window Film Depot (WFD), a nationwide leader in window film installations, recently donated a 3M Security Film upgrade in the newly built College Football Playoff (CFP) Foundation Esports Room at Morningside High School in the Inglewood Unified School District in Los Angeles, California.
WFD’s Southern California team installed 250 square feet of 3M Ultra S25 Security Film with 3M Impact Protection Adhesive (IPA).
This effort is just the latest in WFD’s ongoing commitment to support the communities they serve nationwide. Among other endeavors, WFD donates materials and services each year to Homes for Heroes and the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Their work with school systems reflects a sincere dedication to supporting the needs of schools by protecting children, teachers, and the administration.
“Window Film Depot is so fortunate for the opportunity to be involved in projects that support our communities,” said Chris Sullivan, Vice President of FutureVu Brands. “The safety and comfort of our youth are paramount in supporting them as they gather the tools that will carry them into successful adulthood. We are proud of the role our 3M products can play in fulfilling that future.”
Benefits of 3M Ultra S25 Security Film (with IPA) include:
- Delay of entry
- Control glass failure
- Mitigation of spontaneous glass breakage
- Increased privacy
- Glare reduction
- Heat reduction
The Esports Room at Morningside High School was unveiled to the public in January of this year. Esports has been linked to numerous applications across a variety of fields, from coaches and analysts to a traditional job market hungry for STEM talent.
“Window Film Depot helped make an impact on the lives of the district, administrators, teachers, and students with their contribution,” said Mike Crumlin “MAC,” Vice President of School Specialty, Inc., with whom College Football Playoff Foundation partnered in this project. “Aside from being included in our remarks and representations during our extremely well-attended ribbon cutting, Window Film Depot’s contribution to the project has also been commemorated on a placard in the room itself.”
WFD is likewise involved with future community projects currently in the works with the Pasadena Unified School District in Pasadena, California, and three more in the Los Angeles Unified School District. Legendary Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson’s former middle school is included in these projects, all of which are in keeping with the culture of community stewardship the company and all FutureVu subsidiaries have embraced.
About Window Film Depot
Headquartered in Marietta, GA, WFD has completed over 50,000 projects, providing architectural film solutions for customers, ranging from the Vatican and the executive branch of the US government to numerous national retailers in all 50 states. Window Film Depot, a subsidiary of FutureVu Brands, is a multi-year 3M “National Dealer of the Year Award” recipient and the company has been named Window Film Magazine’s ‘Top Window Film Dealer’ on numerous occasions.