Paul's Corner, September 2020

1. BOURRÉ ATLANTIC CITY / BOXPOP® MULTIUSE PARK

Atlantic City’s first outdoor shipping container court at Bourré on New York Avenue began Phase 2 of construction last month with the arrival of the first of five BoxPop containers. The 18,000 sq. ft. park features a bar, concession stand, bathroom, VIP lounge, and a bridge, all made out of 40’ and 20’ BoxPop custom containers. Developer, Pat Fasano, and the team plan to install a mobile concert stage and a three-story, container hotel in the open-air court next summer.

2. DOVER INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY / PANDEMIC-PROOF-SIGNAGE

Britten's longtime partners Ally/Dover International Speedway used fan cutouts, step-and-repeat graphics, and more to engage at-home fans at last month's Cup Series twin bill. This wasn’t the first time we delivered for our friends at Delaware’s “Monster Mile.” Check out the backstory behind the huge signage project we tackled for the speedway’s 50th anniversary in 2019.

3. TRAVERSE CITY HORSE SHOW / ELITE-LEVEL PRINTING

Last month, Britten’s elite printing and manufacturing capabilities helped create the backdrop for one of the Midwest’s most popular, equestrian events. Over the long, competition weekend at Flintfields Horse Park, the Morrissey Mgmt. Group/Traverse City Horse Show also played host to the prestigious USEF Junior Hunter National Championship. Learn how you can get the Britten-quality print advantage for your next event.

4. ALMA COLLEGE ATHLETICS / BANNERSTRETCH™ FRAMES

Roughly a third of Michigan’s Alma College students participate in sports. Offering 11 men’s and women’s varsity programs, the Alma Scots take their sports pretty seriously, which is why the Britten team was proud to help tackle a total “graphics overhaul” of their athletic wing. Giant decals, wall graphics, Sintra letters, and four BannerStretch frames—our workhorse, wall-mounted frame system.