Stickers at Summer Festivals with Super CASA


Be a sticker hero. Our friends at Voices for Children CASA are back for a line up of summer events and festivals where they are featuring their volunteer led team as super heroes on custom stickers.

Voices for Children of Boulder County are always hard at work to get kids out of harmful or unhealthy situations. The CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) volunteers puts in a lot of time in training and development to to be heroes in children’s lives. It’s important that they bring in enough volunteers and donations to stay on mission.

To raise awareness for the CASA program in Boulder County, they attend lots of summer festivals to promote material about their cause and gain donations from the community.

“Our theme for this year celebrates our CASA volunteers being our superheroes,” states Katie DePoy. “In order to engage and recruit more volunteer CASAs, our organization participates in local summer festivals as a vendor booth. Staff and Volunteers share their experiences with the community to help recruit volunteers and spread awareness of child abuse in our county. We frequently pass out stickers and pamphlets to help with this endeavor.”

To celebrate and promote awareness of their team, they designed promotional stickers that feature the volunteers as super heroes in four different designs. Each custom circle sticker has a different CASA hero with different color combinations stating “Super CASA” and their company details below.

It’s positive to see promotion for good and colorful stickers are a fun way to get the word out fast. Have your own colorful designs ready for promotion? Get your own custom stickers today.

Ignite Boulder 31


We’re back at the Boulder Theater tonight with sponsored name tag stickers for Ignite Boulder 31.

There’s seven different whimsical (and a few downright LOL) name tags that will be on site, and as folks celebrate and mingling for the holidays, they can do so with some fun. They have seven different designs that are guaranteed to spark a conversation, which is the entire mission of Ignite Talks. We are a proud sponsor these events all over the country.

What is Ignite Boulder?

Ignite Boulder is a night of presentations on a variety of topics – with a twist. Each presentation has 20 slides, that automatically advance after 15 seconds. It is a worldwide movement, and Boulder hosts the largest in the world every 2 or 3 months.

What is it like? The talks (or sparks) are funny, interesting, nerdy, quick and from the heart. It is NOT a place to pitch your business or yourself. There will be a livestream going when the show starts at 7pm if you can’t be in town for the show. Don’t forget to dress up tomorrow! It’s the holiday tradition.

All of their videos on YouTube so that you can watch them over and over. See them all here!

University of Northern Colorado Snapchat


In today’s college landscape, there are many tools for communicating with students, faculty, staff and families, and as the old saying goes: you have to meet your audience on their turf. So, the team at University of Northern Colorado in Greeley is doing just that with special targeted Snapchat stickers. If you’re not completely familiar with Snapchat, it’s a personal messaging system based on visual messages that disappear after a period of time. Not entirely the domain of the young, this social media platform has taken the media world by storm since it’s inception a few years ago, and now major university’s are hopping on board to promote their unique brand of education and mission.

These custom stickers feature the university’s scannable Snapchat code, plus linked to every other social platform used by the school. By adding this decidedly analog layer next to their digital channels means that the folks in Greeley have a distinct presence in the real world, too, and one that’s viral in a non-tech way. We love to print custom stickers for schools of all sizes and levels, whether it’s the local PTO or a top-tier university like UNC-Greeley. What’s really great is that the entire university is embracing social media, with each department promoting their own accounts via the university page.

You can connect with the UNC Bears on all of their social platforms: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, and of course Snapchat.



3rd Annual Mancos Half Marathon


This weekend is the 3rd Annual Mancos Half Marathon, a fundraiser for the Mancos Public Library. Their event sticker is a simple line drawing of a runner crossing a finishing tape with some lime green and kelly green colors and a mix of western style fonts, after all, Mancos is in deep southwest Colorado near Mesa Verde National Park.

For the third edition, the organizers have made it bigger and better than ever. They are adding a 5K run to the event so that more people of all ages and running abilities can join in the fun. Also, they are improving the course by making it a loop and adding mixed terrain of paved and dirt roads, as well as trails. Lastly, they will have activities like a Fun Run and other opportunities to get bodies moving such as yoga demonstrations, dancing, kids’ races and more.

And at StickerGiant, we know that the success of anticipated events like the Mancos Half Marathon depends on support from sponsors, and we love to support our community.

Join them on Facebook and Twitter.

Longmont Startup Week 2016


It’s the second annual Longmont Startup Week, right here in our backyard and hometown. This six-day extravaganza is packed with stories of startup struggles and successes, entrepreneurs forging ideas into reality, outstanding learning and networking opportunities and, of course, fun! Attendance is FREE at 70+ community events and 95 speakers, including keynotes, talks, panel discussions, mentoring, adventures and more.

For Longmont Startup Week we printed up custom stickers featuring the classic Startup Week snow globe, but with a twist: there’s a heart-shaped balloon soaring over our majestic twin peaks of Longs Peak and Mount Meeker, two of Rocky Mountain National Park’s tallest summits. A nice mix of blues makes for an iconic sticker for all event attendees to sport.

We are embracing the community by getting involved with a couple things, including Saul the World’s Largest Sticker Ball making an appearance.

After Hours Event @ 300 Suns Brewing

Saul will be posting up at 300 Suns on Tuesday from 5pm – 8pm, so stop by to grab a sticker, put your sticker on him, or just marvel at the Guinness World Record for the Largest Sticker Ball. Also, drink tasty craft beer and connect with other entrepreneurs,

Open Book Finance and Managing Growth with John Fischer

John, our founder and CEO, will be leading a Thursday 2pm session and he will shares his experience, strength and hope for scaling and managing growth. Relentless open book finance and knowing your numbers are what John insists are key elements to success that he lives every day. Come and ask questions about the team.

Mentoring Hours 

Our Marketing Director, Jesse Michaels, has set aside some time to talk social media, paid digital advertising and any other marketing related questions on Wednesday and Thursday from 7:30am to 8:30am. Sign up today.

There are tons of other great companies involved with lots of different topics, so get out there and startup Longmont.

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Go Code Colorado 2016 Final Event


Photo Flickr user USFWS Mountain-Prairie

Tonight’s the Final Pitch of this year’s Go Code Colorado. We’ve sponsored Colorado’s App Challenge for three years running now, and if you’re in Denver and looking for something (free!) to do, you can join the ten finalist teams and leaders from around Colorado’s tech entrepreneurial community for an evening of fun, food, and innovation. Stickers, drinks and appetizers will be served at the Seawell Ballroom in the Denver Center for the Perfoming Arts before the ten teams present their app and business concepts to an acclaimed panel of judges. New this year: the presentations will be followed by a live Q & A from the judges. This group printed up a series of different designs, all tech-themed of course, featuring the host cities for the Challenge Weekend, plus their HTML-styled fireball and Colorado Flag logo mashup. With corporate partners and governmental affiliation, this state-wide technology development competition looks to service all Coloradans with unique uses of public data for social good.

From the team at Go Code Colorado, here are the cities, teams and business ideas that came out of this process. May the best apps win!

Colorado Springs Challenge Weekend Finalists
Hively is a platform that  connects employee personalities with business cultures. Hively is a fresh approach to the employment process that enables businesses to make better hiring “fits” without spending costly time and resources.

Get Routed is an app that creates safe and effective cycling routes for Colorado athletes.

Denver Challenge Weekend Finalists
Foodcast wants to help food trucks find the best location to park by informing food truck owners of street sweeping days, the amount of foot traffic the area gets, and other beneficial tips through its mobile app.

Locavore is an application that connects local farmers with consumers. It is helping to solve the food desert problem by identifying locations with little access to healthy food using data from the state of Colorado.

Durango Challenge Weekend Finalists is a simple-to-use web portal that allows anyone to create a new business in Colorado. It has contextual and relevant advice driven by the user’s input.

HomePowerDirect is a solar marketplace with education and guided data-gathering for customers, system sizing, automated bidding, and market intelligence for equipment providers.

Fort Collins Challenge Weekend Finalists
SWO is an application mapping verified women-owned businesses using data from the Business Entities and Trade Names databases.

Energy Tech is a surface regulation navigator for oil and gas drilling sites.

Grand Junction Challenge Weekend Finalists
Help a Rider Out connects riders with current information about conditions so they have a safe, enjoyable ride.

dID (digital ID) reinvents the business card for the digital age through an app with endless customization and huge opportunities for businesses.

Follow tonight’s action live on Twitter.