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College Athletics: Logistics Changes the Game

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The athletics program at any school can be viewed as the front door to a college or university. It’s often one of the first things people see, read or hear about the institution. These impressions not only drive season ticket sales and game day attendance but also can impact student enrollment, alumni donations, and community support.


Athletic associations are measured by the wins and losses on the field and in the office. At UPS, we understand that desire for college athletics to win more, to be more efficient, and to be more productive. Whether it’s managing season ticket distribution, creating a customized envelope to promote the team’s logo, or improving shipping and transportation, UPS delivers the right game plan.


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