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bluemedia’s work for the Major League World Baseball Classic in Phoenix included large format graphic production for the host facility (Salt River Fields) and two hotels (The Palomar and The Westin). Salt River Fields required a quick install plan, as the stadium had to be converted from a standard spring training facility to an MLB World Baseball branded facility in less than 12 hours. bluemedia completed the transformation in less than 6 hours. Installing signage that completely covered the outfield walls which are approximately 9′ tall by just over 480′ long. Additionally, the project called for a complete re-brand of the home and visitor dugouts and bullpens, as well as several team shop locations throughout the facility.
At the conclusion of the WBC, bluemedia was tasked with returning Salt River Fields to a MLB spring training facility for a scheduled game just 2.5 hours from the completion of the World Baseball Classic game.
bluemedia is celebrating our 2nd year in our new Phoenix HQ facility. With the inception of over 20 new employees and numerous new technologies we would like to invite you down to get a behind the scenes look of our ongoing commitment to new ideas for your business.
Great local beers provided by Four Peaks Brewery along with other vivations. Food will be supplied by Tilted Kilt and there may even be a couple ping-pong battles going on as well! Please click to RSVP below
This years ST Media Group wrap contest consisted of over 240 entries in 6 different categories. With the addition of many new materials and inks over the past year the competition has really heated up. bluemedia stepped up to the plate with our Coors Light lightrail wraps for our client CBS Outdoor and took home first place.
bluemedia was commissioned to print & install 44 large format banners for ASU’s solar parking lot. These banners are enormous and really show the schools pride in academics and sports. The valley of the sun is a great place to bring solar technology to help the schools massive power needs.