Gameday Mini Program Rough Draft

Gameday Mini Program Rough Draft

Submitted by Lanyard Program on September 19th, 2011 at 2:24 PM

so, this developed out of trying to solve a few problems common to attending a game at the stadium (or watching at home) and grew into a sort of cheat sheet / mini program. i am looking for input about this, such as layout, content, info, ways to improve it, etc. i am willing to put these up each week if there is interest.

problem 1: in response to the larger, non-wallet friendly, ticket sizes, i have taken to using a clear press pass envelope on a lanyard to carry tickets into the game. sometimes these comes with ticket packages or bowl tickets(?). you can wear it around your neck, i choose to tie it around my belt loop and put it in my pocket.

problem 2: university programs are expensive, hard to handle in a tight stadium and get ruined laying on the ground, therefore, especially early in the season, i am often lacking some piece of information that would be really important just then; jersey number, eligibility, opponent info, etc. they used to give out those free ones, but i don't see them anymore.

solution: all vital info about michigan football printed on one sheet that can be folded to fit into the clear press pass or back pocket that is free.

click on link to view pdf


Saving your piece of UTL History question...

Saving your piece of UTL History question...

Submitted by rb4kb8 on September 13th, 2011 at 12:49 PM

Question about what people are doing to save their stuff from Saturday.

I'm thinking about getting everything framed, but i'm worried it might cost a fortune and not come out right.

(I preface this by saying I ran into Coach Hoke in the parking lot after the game and he was nice enough to sign the UTL jersey I had on)

But would it be a good idea to get one giant frame and put the jersey in it, with the ticket and program?... should I put the pom-pom in it as well?

I'm not big on collecting things that need frames, b/c of the cost, but this might be worth it.

Just looking for ideas, even outside of framing, on how to commemorate the game.