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The Buffs Barber Shop on University Hill is a shrine to CU sports from the signature charging Ralphie logo dominating the window front to the pennants, signed footballs, clocks, and encased Barbie cheerleader doll that decorate the inside of the shop. Now, the business relationship between the barbershop and CU has been strained because of a dispute over licensing royalties, and the squabble has broken the partnership beyond repair, say both sides. The rift between the barbershop and CU coincides with the university's larger scale efforts to bolster its brand and that means increasing licensing revenue, displaying consistent logos and guarding university owned symbols from being pirated. Ted Bollinger cuts Will Westerfield's hair at the Buffs Barber Shop last month. The University Hill business is a shrine to CU sports and boasts athletes and coaches as its customers. But the relationship between the barbershop and CU has been strained because of a dispute over licensing royalties, and the squabble has broken the partnership beyond repair, say both sides. ( Over the decade, the Ralphie logo has been free to roam, and now CU is reining in its trademarked Buffalo. University officials say the Buffs Barber Shop has failed to pay licensing fees since 2006. The contract states that the royalties are due four times a year. Ted Bollinger, and his mother, Mary Bollinger, who run the shop, contend that they've tried to make payments and that the partnership with CU soured after they planned a "bring back coach Mac" rally in the fall, lobbying to get McCartney re hired. The university earns about $750,000 a year on its trademark, according to CU system spokesman Ken McConnellogue. A Camera analysis shows that the average licensing revenue earned by universities in the Pac 10 Conference, which CU will be joining, is about $1.2 million. In its former league, the Big 12, the University of Texas's Longhorn hooked $10 million a year in licensing revenue. Prior to CU's re branding effort that rolled out last fall, university officials were concerned about the hodgepodge of logos that had popped up throughout its system. "I think the fact that there were hundreds of different and sometimes competing images of CU clearly showed that we had lost control of our brand," McConnellogue said. "We're trying to be consistent and coordinated." The Bollingers opened up shop about a decade ago, and became the official barbershop of CU. Their chairs have been filled with CU athletes and ROTC members, and, on game days, they put out balloons to show their school pride. Buffs Barber Shop co owner Mary Bollinger cuts Terry Blake s hair in the mirror reflection at her University Hill shop last month."There's not a day that goes by that somebody doesn't stop and take a picture in front of our shop," said owner Mary Bollinger. But CU has blown the whistle on some of their business tactics: The barbershop distributed fliers with CU's official logo on it, amid a coaching search, advocating that McCartney be rehired. That move made it appear the university had already made its decision on who would replace Hawkins. And, the Buffs Barber Shop developed a hair pomade, packaged with CU's trademark, but without the university's permission, said Bronson Hilliard, CU Boulder spokesman. But, ultimately, the reason that CU terminated its agreement with the Buffs Barber Shop this spring, Hilliard said, is because of overdue royalties. In December 2006, the Bollingers made a payment of $1,886 to CU, but hasn't made one since. Hilliard said the campus has tried to collect $980 in past due royalty payments, which he described as a "good faith" discounted amount. "This is not about a big mean university picking on a small business," he said. "It's not about that at all. It's about entering into an agreement and each side living up to the terms of it, and I'm afraid the Bollingers haven't done that." The Bollingers said that despite the contract, they had a lax agreement with CU's former licensing director that they could pay their 2 percent royalty fees every five years. Galloway, who is the equipment manager for CU athletics, absorbed his job duties. CU denies the Bollingers' claims that they could pay their royalties on a less frequent schedule. "We are feeling like we're getting shunned by CU," said Ted Bollinger. "We've had a partnership with them for the past 10 years and had no problems with the university." CU officials have asked that the Bollingers remove the trademarked Ralphie from the window and replace it with a more generic Buffalo. The university has suggested that they change the shop's name from "Buffs Barber Shop" to "Buff Barber Shop" to avoid a trademark violation. But Ted Bollinger said that he and his mother have built their business around the CU theme, and accuse CU of reneging on an offer to continue the license.

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