SAN DIEGO – ThinkPaint, manufacturer of industrial dry-erase paint, provided its technology to the Ronald McDonald House Charities of San Diego for the Tables for Tots event held on August 11, 2016. ThinkPaint’s technology can turn any surface into a whiteboard and is the only dry-erase paint that can provide customizable colors across the color spectrum. This year, ThinkPaint’s product was placed on small rocket ships that were be auctioned off. Money raised at the auction was given to the San Diego Ronald McDonald House to help families in need.

ThinkPaint is customizable for difficult-to-coat surfaces and can be applied on any exterior surface exposed to direct sunlight with zero ghosting characteristics. The self-sourced dry-erase paint is environmentally friendly.

“We are excited to contribute to an amazing organization such as the Ronald McDonald House of San Diego as we join the generosity of local businesses to raise donations for local families in need,” said H. Peter Tepperman, CEO of ThinkPaint. “We will continue to contribute our dry-erase paint technology where ideas are formulated, shared and improved through collaboration to the architectural and design community because ThinkPaint believes in generating ideas and helping a very worthy cause.”

In addition to supplying ThinkPaint kits for auction, ThinkPaint was also used to furnish and decorate a display created by Roesling Nakamura Terada, a local architectural firm dedicated to creating meaningful and sustainable environments.