I got a UPS email saying I have a package coming from the university of Colorado scheduled for tomorrow. Is that how they normally come? Would make for a good birthday!
http://www.teamcpi.com/index.htmlThe email from CU says it’s mailed directly from their printer to me. UPS says it’s shipped from Arkansas. Wtf is our printer in Arkansas?
Looks like they print tickets and design tickets, that is their specialty.Since 1991, Consolidated Printing, Inc., has been one of North America's leading ticket manufacturers. We combine a professional and dedicated workforce with state-of-the-art technologies to provide our clients -- who include some of the world's most renowned names in the sports and entertainment industries -- with products of unparalleled quality, and always at competitive prices.
Over the years, our products have filled the seats of Madison Square Garden, have surfed the crowds at Woodstock '94, and have basked in the majesty of Carnegie Hall. Name any major sporting or entertainment event in recent memory, and Consolidated Printing was probably there.
But while the scope and the impact of our position in the ticket-printing industry are markedly enormous, our philosophy remains pure and simple:
Consolidated Printing is founded on a passionate belief in the power of the printed ticket. And that is why our goal has always been and will always be to create products that are as superb and as inspiring as the clients we so proudly serve.
The season tickets on the fancy stock are cheaper/easier to have a printing company handle. The standard tickets you get for single games are printed by the ticket office.The email from CU says it’s mailed directly from their printer to me. UPS says it’s shipped from Arkansas. Wtf is our printer in Arkansas?
If you have been waiting to claim your spot in the Franklin Field Tailgate Zone (FFTZ), now is the time! As the most coveted tailgating spot on campus, the FFTZ provides an immersive environment that enables fans to enjoy the best that Boulder has to offer on game day. With an impressive home schedule, 2019 will be the best FFTZ year to date!
Each FFTZ patron receives a parking pass in the parking garage located directly beneath the indoor practice facility. In addition, tent holders will have a dedicated FFTZ space on Franklin Field that includes a 10x10 CU branded tent, two tables, six chairs and one 50qt. cooler with 20lbs of ice that is set up before your arrival. Team members help you unload your gear in the parking garage and take it to your tent.
For 2019 the total cost for each season FFTZ space is $4,500, with $2,000 of that being a philanthropic contribution. Single game opportunities are also available and will be priced dynamically. Spaces are limited and will offered on a first-come, first-served basis. To secure your spot please call Logan Garvin in the Buff Club at 303-492-0977.