Boxman Studios is Ready for Battle
September 2, 2016
The countdown to the first-ever Battle at Bristol is officially underway. With less than 10 days to go, Boxman Studios is excited to be able to participate in this year’s rivalry football game, with Tennessee taking on Virginia Tech. We will be hanging out in the Lady Equipment Co. parking lot chatting all things football and container projects. We’ll be available from 12 – 4pm on Friday, 9/9, and 9am – 1pm on Saturday, 9/10. To schedule a visit with us, fill out the form below.
About Boxman Studios
It all started back in 2008 during America’s real estate downturn when CEO David Campbell had the notion to use shipping containers as a way to create ultra-innovative mobile spaces. Over the last seven years, Boxman Studios has worked to create the standard for modifying and purpose building shipping containers for the hospitality, marketing, food service, retail, and financial industries. Boxman Studios, cited as Charlotte’s number-one fastest growing business in 2013, has caught the eye of clients that include Nike, FritoLay, GE, Google, and Samsung. Boxman Studios placed on the INC 500 and INC 5000 lists consecutively. In addition, INC magazine, Dwell Magazine, Adweek, TEDxCharlotte, Charlotte Business Journal and BIZBASH have featured Boxman Studios in articles, videos and innovation awards. For more information visit http://boxmanstudios.com.
About Battle at Bristol
Bristol Motor Speedway, known as the “Last Great Colosseum”, will transform the legendary Speedway into the world’s largest football stadium for the inaugural Battle at Bristol, College Football’s Biggest EVER game to be held on Saturday, September 10, 2016. The event will feature a border battle between the Virginia Tech Hokies and Tennessee Volunteers and is projected to set the NCAA record for highest single-game attendance. For more information visit http://www.bristolmotorspeedway.com/events/pilot-flying-j-battle-at-bristol/.