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What are the benefits of CoD Cold War boosting?

If you’re a player of Call of Duty: Cold War, you know that there is an intricate ranking system involved there and that climbing it is no easy task. Competing against other players from all over the world can be quite a challenge that takes up a lot of your time.

If you want to reach a higher rank, or if you have your eyes set on a particular reward, hiring someone to boost you is often the fastest way to achieve your goal. But apart from that, you may be surprised to know that this kind of boosting can have a few other benefits for you. Read on and learn all about them!

You can get better

Depending on what kind of Cold War boosting you’re going for, there is a variety of elements you can fine-tune to fit your schedule and desires. For example, you can arrange a streaming session through which you will then actually watch your account being boosted through games. In some cases, you can even play and chat with your booster and get right in the middle of the action.

What these two examples achieve is the following: you can see for yourself that there is no cheating involved, just pure grind, plus you can actually learn by watching the booster play and pick up a trick or two. That’s a much better way to learn than losing while in the lower ranks, right?

Customizable orders

The boosting you order can be fully customized to your preferences, so if there are some challenges you would like to try and fulfil on your own, you should be able to arrange with the booster to leave that to you. Thinks like ladder points, KD and level boosts, camo boosts, calling cards or seasonal challenges can all be the focus of this service.

Everything is done with your account’s security in mind, so a reliable boosting service will use SSL encryption and VPN services to make sure no problems ever arise. And if they happen to be playing with your friends, a real professional will not contact them so as not to compromise anything.

The cherry on top is the fact that some boosters even offer to return your money if you are not happy with how things go. Therefore, you have absolutely nothing to worry about. This kind of service can help you enjoy your game so much more.

A few final words

Getting a CoD: Cold War boost doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t participate in the process. You can be in contact with the booster and set everything up so that it fits your schedule perfectly.

At all times you and your account will be perfectly protected, so why not go ahead and pick this up, especially if you’re getting a money-back guarantee with it? After all, if you can play with your booster, imagine how good that’s going to feel.

Tony Fitzpatrick – Inaugural Exhibition for CCMA

TONY FITZPATRICK ANNOUNCED AS INAUGURAL EXHIBITION FOR OFFICIAL OPENING OF CLEVE CARNEY MUSEUM OF ART

Jesus of Western Avenue, A Solo Show by Chicago Artist Tony Fitzpatrick to Open October 3 in Newly Expanded and Renovated Space

The Cleve Carney Museum of Art (CCMA) and McAninch Arts Center (MAC), located at 425 Fawell Blvd. on the College of DuPage campus, today announced that the museum’s inaugural exhibition, Jesus of Western Avenue, will feature more than 30 recent works by world-renowned multimedia artist and celebrated Chicago resident Tony Fitzpatrick. With work in the permanent collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, The Art Institute of Chicago, and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Miami, Fitzpatrick has also created album art for music icons including Lou Reed, Steve Earle, and The Neville Brothers. Fitzpatrick is best known for his multimedia collages, printmaking, paintings, and drawings. The exhibition will run from Saturday, Oct. 3 to Sunday, Dec. 6 and will be free and open to the public.

Coinciding with the release of Fitzpatrick’s book, Jesus of Western Avenue, the exhibition will feature prints, drawings, and collages. These graphically rich and inventive works deliver messages and stories that reflect on the artist’s connection to Chicago, his social and political concerns and our shared changing reality. “While Tony’s artwork is deeply influenced by the Chicagoland area it is recognized around the world,” said Cleve Carney Museum of Art Curator Justin Witte. “Tony is one of the most well-known artists working in Chicago today and we are thrilled to be able to open our new space with an exhibition of his work.”

“We couldn’t think of a better artist than Tony to celebrate the opening of the new museum in an arts center,” said McAninch Arts Center Director Diana Martinez. “He is an actor, a writer, an alum of the College of DuPage, a world-renowned artist and was a close friend of the late Cleve Carney who is CCMA’s namesake, there is no one more fitting. We are honored to welcome him home for our inaugural exhibition.”

“It’s fitting that I have my final museum exhibition not far from where my work started. It’s fitting that it happens in a museum named for my dear friend and supporter Cleve Carney; he was a grand guy; whom I met while caddying for his father Marv Carney,” said artist Tony Fitzpatrick. “I chose to make art, not for a living, but for a life. Cleve chose to create opportunity and possibility for artists – myself being one of them. So much of my creative life began at the College of DuPage. I did my first acting here. I started to seriously write poetry here. I made artmaking my life here. This place has grown amazingly since I left. Mostly because of the great Hal MacAninch, another grand presence who led by example, and with great integrity. My fondest hope for my final museum show is that it honors these men. My city. And all who have passed through these doors.”

CCMA and MAC plan to implement timed entry and design social distancing measures into the layout of the museum in accordance with CDC regulations. Visitors will also be required to reserve tickets online in advance, in order for them to view the exhibition in the safest way possible.

About the Cleve Carney Museum of Art

The late Cleve Carney provided a significant legacy gift to establish the Cleve Carney Art Gallery at the College of DuPage. The gallery opened in February 2014 with its inaugural exhibition Selections from Cleve Carney’s Art Collection. The gallery will be expanding to a 2,500 square-foot museum, the Cleve Carney Museum of Art, scheduled to open this fall. The museum will maintain the standards set by the American Alliance of Museums. More information can be found at TheCCMA.org or by calling 630.942.3206.

About the MAC

The McAninch Arts Center at College of DuPage is located 25 miles west of Chicago near I-88 and I-355. It houses three indoor performance spaces (the 780-seat proscenium Belushi Performance Hall; the 236-seat soft-thrust Playhouse Theatre; and the versatile black box Studio Theatre), the outdoor Lakeside Pavilion, plus the Cleve Carney Museum of Art and classrooms for the college’s academic programming. The MAC has presented theater, music, dance, and visual art to more than 1.5 million people since its opening in 1986 and typically welcomes more than 100,000 patrons from the greater Chicago area to more than 230 performances each season.

About Tony Fitzpatrick

Tony Fitzpatrick is a Chicago-based artist best known for his multimedia collages, printmaking, paintings, and drawings. Fitzpatrick’s work are inspired by Chicago street culture, cities he has traveled to, children’s books, tattoo designs, and folk art. Fitzpatrick has authored or illustrated eight books of art and poetry, and, for the last two years has written a column for the Newcity. Fitzpatrick’s art appears in the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, and the National Museum of American Art in Washington, DC. The Neville Brothers’ album Yellow Moon and the Steve Earle albums El Corazon and The Revolution Starts Now also feature Fitzpatrick’s art. In 2015, Fitzpatrick opened The Dime, an exhibition space in Chicago’s Wicker Park neighborhood. Before making a living as an artist, Fitzpatrick worked as a radio host, bartender, boxer, construction worker, and film and stage actor.

Featured Image: Tony Fitzpatrick, Jerusalem, 2002, color etching, COD permanent art collection, Gift of Cleve Carney