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bluemedia showed off 3M’s new Envision product line on a Fisker Karma hybrid/electric luxury supercar at this years SGIA show. The vehicle represents the pinnacle in performance and sustainability. The wrap was completed using 3M’s new Envision print film and gloss wrap overlaminate which include many performance benefits such as greater tensile strength — resists tearing, faster install and removal, and is a greener solution (non-PVC). The vehicle was also featured on 3M Graphics twitter page.
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.
For Michigan State, and TCU, the 2012 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl was the most important game of the season. Yet for bluemedia, making sure the game’s signage went off without a hitch was arguably just as important as the game itself. With a high profile event such as this where everything is on the line, failure is not an option. Behind the scenes and away from the public eye, our team rallied around making sure that each and every sign required for the big game came together flawlessly just as it should.
Our team even won praise for their work from ESPN’s sports business analyst, Darren Rovell, who was quick to point out just how stellar of a job bluemedia had done in branding the big game.
The road to the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl began for bluemedia in September of 2012, when after an incredibly competitive RFP process, we were awarded the project. Success breeds success, and our proven track record as well as an incredibly comfortable familiarity with the arena from previous events definitely worked in our favor. When all was said and done, the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl would go down as yet another great story to add to bluemedia’s long list of successes.
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.