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Corporate Promotional Products in Grand Junction Colorado

If you’re looking for high quality business promotional products, Kolorado Resources has all you need - a full service corporate promotional products company offering a wide range of custom items to market your company in Western Colorado and around the world.

As full service business promotional products company, we offer innovative branded merchandise to help businesses throughout Western Colorado from Grand Junction to Telluride and beyond, with marketing, promotional campaigns, trade shows, corporate gifts, promotional products and special events.

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Our expert promotional product staff work closely with you to create the complete promotional marketing package, and make choosing the perfect product for your next promotion easy.

We cover the entire Colorado region including Grand Junction, Telluride, Delta, Montrose but supply promotional products for businesses across all of Colorado and beyond.

As you’ll discover from our store menu we have promotional products including apparel, bags, hats, golf items as well as branded (and non-branded) corporate gifts.Look around our store and if you have any questions regarding our corporate gifts or promotional products, please give us a call at 970.314.7519 or come see us at our offices in Grand Junction.

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WrestleMania Promos Take Over Texas

A week of BBQ and bodyslams has wrapped up as World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) presented WrestleMania 32 – professional wrestling's annual promo-filled Super Bowl inside AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX.

An all-time WWE attendance record of 101,763 people from 50 states and 35 countries made the pilgrimage to witness their favorite athletes clash at the nearly seven-hour event. "On behalf of the Dallas Cowboys organization, we congratulate WWE on their historic achievement," said Dallas Cowboys Chief Brand Officer Charlotte Jones Anderson in a press release. "WrestleMania was an incredible spectacle like none other, and we look forward to hosting it again at AT&T Stadium."

WrestleMania 32 also became the highest-grossing live event in WWE history, grossing $17.3 million. The record was set last year, as WrestleMania 31 in Santa Clara, CA, grossed $12.6 million. It also generated $139 million in economic impact for the Santa Clara/San Jose area; $22 million of which was spent on hotels and accommodations. That's why cities bid on hosting the pop culture extravaganza each year – Orlando has been chosen over Philadelphia and Minneapolis to hold WrestleMania 33 next year.

"We are thrilled that we made history tonight at WrestleMania, further cementing its place as one of the top sports and entertainment events in the world," said WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon.

As soon as fans arrived at Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport, they were greeted by WrestleMania signs and life-size WWE Superstar cutouts at baggage claim and rental car stations. Even the streets of downtown Dallas were plastered in WrestleMania banners showcasing top stars such as The Rock and John Cena. StubHub handed out free lanyards with plastic pouches to securely hold tickets to the event while fans scooped up hats, shirts, wristbands and posters emblazoned with the WrestleMania and WWE logos.

Throughout the week, fans mobbed the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center in Dallas for WrestleMania Axxess, an annual fan fest with autograph signings, exhibits and merchandise. Snickers sponsored the event, giving out free candy bars and sharing clips through social media and YouTube. During the WrestleMania broadcast, an ad featured WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair and WWE Superstars Charlotte and Zack Ryder as part of the "You're Not You When You're Hungry" campaign.

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