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Date: Mon Apr 23 2012 - 21:14:42 MDT
Date: Mon, 23 Apr 2012 21:14:42 -0600 (MDT) From: Administrative E-Memo <email@example.com> Subject: What you should know about attending the President Obama event
TO: Boulder Campus faculty, staff, and students
FROM: Philip P. DiStefano, Chancellor
SENDER: Office of Chancellor
DATE: April 23, 2012
SUBJECT: What you should know about attending the President Obama event
The University of Colorado Boulder is honored to host the President of the
United States this Tuesday, April 24 at the Coors Events Center. This is the
first sitting President to visit the Boulder community since Dwight Eisenhower
in 1954. The University and the White House have made extensive preparations
for the event, and you can check for the most up-to-date information at
We wanted to share this vital information for those attending the event:
-- No overnight camping will be allowed on campus at any time leading up to this
event. Admission to the event is General Entry.
-- To enter the Coors Events Center on Tuesday, students, faculty, staff and the
general public will need to present their signed ticket and valid ID (Buff
OneCard ID for students, faculty and staff, and a valid ID for the general
-- Entry to the event on Tuesday will begin at 3:30 p.m. and ticket holders
should be in line by 4:30 p.m. at the latest to go through security screening.
Do not delay getting into line, as having a ticket does not guarantee entry if
you arrive late.
-- If you are originating from on campus, please walk to the south entrances of
the Coors Events Center. The line to the venue will loop through the Kittredge
-- If you are taking the shuttle in from Research Park on East Campus, you will
be dropped off next to the Wolf Law Building on Baseline Road. Please go to the
southeast entrance. The line will be coming down Kittredge Loop toward the Law
School. You can download a map with parking and shuttle information from the
PTS website at http://www.colorado.edu/pts/news/index.html#obama
-- No backpacks will be allowed in the venue (small bags no greater than 12" x
12" will be permitted but subject to search).
-- Containers of any kind, bottles, cans, guns, knives, pocket-knives,
multi-tools, mace, pepper spray, or sharp objects of any kind, other weapons or
other hazardous items are prohibited.
Please enjoy this special opportunity for our campus community, and thank you
for your efforts to accommodate this visit.
Philip P. DiStefano, Chancellor
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