Kickin’ up the Hops with Revelation Ale Works

Revelation Ale Works

Craft breweries are “hoppin” up everywhere and it is awesome. Revelation Ale Works is about to kickstart a Northwest Minnesota craft brewery aimed to launch in 2016 with a hometown, family feel.

This unique brewery is looking to brew and distribute local ales with a family friendly taproom in the heart of downtown Hallock. They are going to be open to all ages and dogs, serving beer alternates of craft sodas, kombucha, and coffee.

Their final approach for the project is running a Kickstarter campaign to get the final funds to get their brewery set up right. Revelation Ale Works has an awesome logo, as seen above. With every level on their Kickstarter pledge options, backers will get their logo decal included. Not only will people be founders of Revelation Ale Works but they will get to represent them with their awesome premium white decals.

Start a local business the right way, get support through pledges with custom decals to back it.

Vote Singletrack with Siren Bicycles

Siren Bicycles

Vote Singletrack. A simple message from Siren Bicycles to search out and conquer those single track mountain trails.

Siren Bicycles are manufacturing American made bicycles forged in a steel furnace in the Rocky Mountains. They started in Boulder, Colorado back in 2007 and today, continue to design the best bicycles to bring out the performance that is inside us. Their bikes can be used to be a racing machine or hitting pure dirt trails. They also are gluten free upon request.

In making your next ride better than the last, Siren Bicycles offers accessories and gear to get you outfitted as brand fans. In encouraging people to show their pride for these American made bicycles, they also design and sell various stickers. Their latest campaign is perfect for the time we are in with the Patriotic “Vote Singletrack” sticker.

Get the votes that count with custom stickers designed to show your personality and play in to current events.

Sponsorship Desk: Go Code Colorado 2016


StickerGiant Go Code Colorado 2016 Stickers – State Capitol photo from Flickr user Ken Lund

Tonight kicks off Go Code Colorado, an event we’ve sponsored for the past two years (see coverage for 2014 and 2015), and this edition begins at Galvanize in Denver.

This state-wide, state-sanctioned coding initiative features events in Denver, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Grand Junction and Durango, and the Challenge Weekend will take place April 1 – 3. Mentor Weekend  will be from April 15 – April 17, with the Final Event taking place on May 26.

This year’s edition has a longer development schedule than last year’s version, so the teams can:

“…work on their apps and business concepts much earlier and longer than previous years. At stake: a mentor weekend in Boulder for the 10 semi-finalist teams, and $25,000 for the final three winning teams.”

The sponsored stickers for 2016 feature three different shapes (see above): a teardrop with a code-based design, a circle with all of the participating cities, and colored gradient on a rounded square.

While this event unfolds over the course of the spring, we’ll have more coverage. If you’re on Twitter, check out the local hashtags for your region: #GoCodeBldr, #GoCodeCoS, #GoCodeDen, #GoCodeDgo or #GoCodeFoCo. You can also connect on the Go Code Colorado Facebook page and the Go Code Colorado Linkedin page.

And as the event organizers like to say: “Whether you are an app developer, entrepreneur, member of the press or a curious citizen—the kickoff event has become a can’t-miss event for anyone wanting to network in and keep a pulse of the Colorado tech entrepreneurship community.” So come grab some appetizers & drinks at Galvanize Platte in Downtown Denver.

Check out this video to get a closer look at last year’s Go Code Colorado events.

Snow Day Update from UPS

SG Shipping Update

Mother nature is really putting us through the ringer with snow dropping over a foot on us here in Hygiene, Colorado. Everything is buzzing along and printing on schedule but we have been notified of some possible delays on shipping due to the Winter Storm.

Here is the most recent update from our friends at UPS, keeping us in the know:

“Severe Winter Weather is Impacting Service in Areas of Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, and Wyoming

Updated February 2, 2016, 1:30 PM ET

Severe winter weather is impacting service in areas of Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, and Wyoming. There will be no pickups or deliveries in the affected areas.

We will work to ensure the safety of our employees while minimizing effects on service. Contingency plans are in place to ensure that shipments arrive at their final destinations as quickly as conditions permit.

Track your packages at Continue to check here for the latest information on service impacts.”

If you have any questions about your order and timing, feel free to contact us at, or call 866-774-7900, 7am to 5pm MST. We are here ready to help.

Sponsorship Desk: Sunny Southeast Regional Workshop – Stone Mountain, Georgia


Photo from the Marines.

At StickerGiant, we love our local parks, open spaces and rivers, plus the access to nearby National Parks like Rocky Mountain and the many museums down in Denver. That’s why sponsoring a local event like this year’s NAI Regional Interpreter’s Workshop at beautiful Stone Mountain Park in Stone Mountain, Georgia, means a lot to us, because it’s the people (the interpreters) behind these institutions that really make them special. The theme for this gathering is Interpreting Nature and History in an Urban Environment, and attendees will be networking and enjoying fields trips throughout the Atlanta region. Interpreters connect visitors to important cultural resources and help them learn about places.
Here’s some more about the National Association for Interpretation (NAI) from their website:

The National Association for Interpretation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit professional organization dedicated to advancing the profession of heritage interpretation, currently serving about 5,000 members in the United States, Canada, and over thirty other nations. Individual members include those who work at parks, museums, nature centers, zoos, botanical gardens, aquariums, historical and cultural sites, commercial tour companies, and theme parks. Commercial and institutional members include those who provide services to the heritage interpretation industry.

Here’s a video from the NAI about what it means to be an interpreter.

Sponsorship Desk: 2016 Startup Week – Fort Collins and Portland


With a new year comes a new round of events, and this week kicks off with Startup Week in Fort Collins, Colorado, and Portland, Oregon. Startup Week is a free, week-long community organized events that celebrate entrepreneurship, and we’ve been long-time supporters.


Photo by Wikimedia

Fort Collins Startup Week

Our neighbors in northern Colorado are kicking off 2016 Fort Collins Startup Week, which runs from February 1st to the 5th. Every day, there are all around Old Town Fort Collins, with many of the gatherings at venue sponsor Galvanize Fort Collins.

Follow @startupweekfoco on Twitter and you can like StartupWeekFoCo on Facebook. You can follow the #StartupFoCo hashtag below.

Portland Startup Week


Photo by Ryan Harvey

Heading to the Pacific Northwest, our friends in the Rose City have a full week ahead, with 2016 Portland Startup Week. This year’s event will run from Monday the 1st to Sunday the 7th.

Coming from out of town or in need of a place to post up and call home for the week? CENTRL Office, DeskHub PDX, and NXT Industries have desks open for Startup Week attendees, so check out their space and do some next working. One unique session that caught our eye, Super Bowl with Startups at the Jaguar Land Rover Garage.

You can like StartupWeekPDX on Facebook and follow @PDXstartupweek on Twitter. The #PDXstartuweek hashtag will be trending all week long.