Just in by e-mail from the Campaign for Change:
Notification for those Colorado residents receiving community credentials will begin tomorrow, Thursday, August 14 and be completed by 9:00 PM on Friday, August 15. Notifications will be delivered by email or text message, or by phone for those who did not give an email address or cell phone number. Those who have not received credentials but have requested them will be notified that they are on a wait list.
Those granted community credentials to attend the event will have to pick up their tickets this weekend.
Community members who have received credentials will be asked to pick them up this weekend, August 16th and 17th, at the Colorado Campaign for Change office closest to them or at one of the additional staging locations in the state (Please see below). Everyone picking up a credential is required to bring a photo ID. Community members will receive specific instructions on security and access procedures at Invesco when they pick up their credential this weekend
Here are the ticket locations: Adams County Campaign for Change Office 550 Thornton Parkway Thornton, CO Arapahoe County Campaign for Change Office 1180 S Buckley Road Aurora, CO Boulder Ticket Distribution Site TBD Denver Campaign for Change Office 1355 S. Colorado Boulevard, Building C Suite C-720 (7th Floor) Denver, CO Denver Ticket Distribution Site 999 Bannock St. Denver, CO El Paso County Campaign for Change Office 218 S. Limit Street Colorado Springs, CO Jefferson County Campaign for Change Office 710 Golden Ridge Road Suite 108 Golden, CO Jefferson County Distribution Location 7042 West 57th Ave Arvada, CO La Plata County Distribution Location 1021 Main Ave Durango, CO Larmier County Campaign for Change Office 415 S Mason Street Fort Collins, CO Mesa County Campaign for Change Office 844 Grand Avenue Grand Junction, CO Pueblo County Campaign for Change Office 109 W. B Street Pueblo, CO Summit County Ticket Distribution Site 115 Village Rd. Dillon, CO Weld County Ticket Distribution Site 2013 Wedgewood Ct. Greeley, CO
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