PhotoShop Request

http://blog.kir.com/archives/images/Okie%20STate%20stadium.jpg.
Someone needs to fix this image of OK States stadium. Switch the orange to green. The logos and endzones to C-picks and CHARLOTTE and the name on the stadium to BURTON SMITH STADIUM. Then we need to find Burton’s email and send it to him.

[QUOTE=49RFootballNow;324533]http://blog.kir.com/archives/images/Okie%20STate%20stadium.jpg.
Someone needs to fix this image of OK States stadium. Switch the orange to green. The logos and endzones to C-picks and CHARLOTTE and the name on the stadium to BURTON SMITH STADIUM. Then we need to find Burton’s email and send it to him.[/QUOTE]

nice concept.

I bet Bruton can get a deal on stadium building

he has a tad of experience in building seating

Looks like it would fit well in the whole brick scheme we have for all new construction on campus ( I know its a little too big for us, something smaller). Notice how the football center looks alot like Barnhardt.

Here ya go:


slight error ive noticed…

his name is Bruton Smith, not Burton

slight error ive noticed....

his name is Bruton Smith, not Burton


lol, caught my eye too…

Fixed.

Great Job, now we need to get it to him! Anyone?

just take it to his office

6415 Idlewild Rd. , Suite 109
Charlotte, NC 28212
(704) 566-2400

http://www.gomocs.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=17700&ATCLID=1097276

A prime example of what could be (in the beginning)… the University, private donors and corporate donors all working together. Very possible here, just gotta have the right campaign, and campaign manager, to pull it off. Oh yeah, it is also a pretty nice stadium to watch football. Expandable by closing in the endzones… ultimately an upper level?..

“Lowes Field at Bruton Smith Stadium” right next to the Bojangles Pavilion…

Its a great image but I’m wondering if we can tweak it a bit? I want to print it on out on 5’ x 3’ and mail it to Bruton with a friendly note about our efforts and it benefits to the community.

A darker “Niner” green
Bruton Smith Stadium more contoured