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Infinity Park is a new, mixed-use municipal space currently under development. It is adjacent to the Glendale municipal buildings and courthouse. Infinity Park will comprise the bulk of a 2-block area located between Cherry St and Birch St (east/west), and E Kentucky Ave and E Mississippi Ave (north/south). When complete, Infinity Park will include an event center, recreation center, park and stadium. In 2007, Glendale completed the first phase of construction when it opened the first municipal U.S. Rugby Stadium.[8] The rugby stadium has a seating capacity of 5000 people, which is more than the population of Glendale.

AlphaGraphics signs deal with Infinity Park AlphaGraphics Says Infinity Park Sponsorship is a Winner for Glendale Business/* Style Definitions */ span.prnews_span { font-size:8pt; font-family:"Arial"; color:black; } span.prnews_wider { background-color:yellow; font-size:10pt; font-family:"courier new"; color:black; margin:0in; margin-bottom:.0001pt; } a.prnews_a { color:blue; } li.prnews_li { font-size:8pt; font-family:"Arial"; color:black; } p.prnews_p { font-size:8pt; font-family:"Arial"; color:black; }AlphaGraphics Says Infinity Park Sponsorship is a Winner for Glendale BusinessPR NewswireDENVER, Aug. 12DENVER, Aug. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- AlphaGraphics Glendale-Cherry Creek Business Center, located on South Colorado Boulevard, is only a couple of blocks away from Infinity Park. They have been a sponsor of Infinity Park since 2008 and are the official print company of the Glendale Raptors Rugby team.Owner Geoff Graham likes what Infinity Park has done for the neighborhood where his business is located.  "Infinity Park has really created a bright spot within the City of Glendale.  With the second pitch and the expanded entry-way between the two fields, it is a truly impressive facility."In 2008, when he took over ownership of the AlphaGraphics Business Center on Colorado Blvd., Geoff Graham felt like the new kid on the block.  Teaming up with Glendale and Infinity Park was a big boost.  "Mayor Larry Harte has really helped us to get integrated with the City and with the business community in Glendale."  Graham says AlphaGraphics offers more to their customers than just traditional printing.  "We are a communications partner for our customers.  We deliver our customers effective, cross-media marketing solutions enabling them to better communicate their message to their own customers."This week AlphaGraphics will be rolling in a new piece of equipment that is quite unique.  According to Graham, in joint partnership with Xerox®, they will be one of only a few printers in Colorado to offer the high-end, digital print and finishing capabilities unique to the Xerox 800.As part of their sponsorship package, AlphaGraphics enjoys tickets to the games at Infinity Park. Recently, Graham took some clients out to enjoy a day of rugby during the Churchill Cup Tournament.  He was delighted by the crowds.  "Events like the Churchill Cup drive a lot of traffic and attention to Glendale. That exposure has had a real impact on making the Glendale community known to people outside the city and even outside of Colorado."AlphaGraphics has extended their partnership with Infinity Park through the summer of 2011.  They have naming rights to the VIP area in the stadium – coined The Terrace by AlphaGraphics.SOURCE Infinity Park 

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