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    Post LRRForum T-Shirts Designs Help

    OK Everyone,

    It's time to get this thing off the ground. Gotrovr started a great concept of the ten commandments that we all though would be great for the back of a t-shirt. I have asked Keptin to help design a LRRForums logo or idea that we could put across the front. Any other input or help would be greatly appreciated with this. Here is the orginal link to get you up to speed.

    http://www.lrrforums.com/showthread....hlight=t-shirt

    When we get the final design and have a vote, Im gonna order some real good quality shirts, long sleeves, and even sizes for the little one's (my wife insists).

    When we hit Colorado in August, LRRForums will be represented!

    Another thing I was thinking was to cross advertise on the shirt. Maybe I could get ARB, OME, IPF, Rovertym to go in on the shirts to help subsidize the cost to bring the purchase price way down.

    Thank you,
    Tony
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    and those of us who can't get to CO, we can get a shirt too...

    Also, if you need a printer and don't have one, I know of a peson who does this stuff, and they are a "green" company too, local to me...I'd get you a quote when your ready if ya like....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony DII
    Another thing I was thinking was to cross advertise on the shirt. Maybe I could get ARB, OME, IPF, Rovertym to go in on the shirts to help subsidize the cost to bring the purchase price way down.

    Thank you,
    Tony
    I think that is a great idea Tony. I doubt you would hear any complaints from people if there is an ARB, OME etc logo on the shirt AND it keeps the price down for all involved.

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    I'll take 6 of them... 2 adults, 3 kids, and 1 onesie.
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    Ill Take an XL
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    Quote Originally Posted by astateofmike
    and those of us who can't get to CO, we can get a shirt too...

    Also, if you need a printer and don't have one, I know of a peson who does this stuff, and they are a "green" company too, local to me...I'd get you a quote when your ready if ya like....
    I hope that "green" doesn't mean that everything washes off in detergent free cold water........
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    http://www.lrrforums.com/showthread....7165#post17165

    David just told me about this.. Great.. Something for sure to consider as distribution and ordering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky112540
    I hope that "green" doesn't mean that everything washes off in detergent free cold water........
    NO, it means Land Rover.....actually, if we can get that site David used, that will work well, if we can add a logo to it.....

    I'll take in one in "Tent" size, and a medium for the wife..
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    that sound good tony. you could make the front logo small on the left corner. i always liked that look besides a big logo across the front. if u r making long sleeve shirts u could think about putting a logo or etc down the sleeve. that great that your making kids shirts! i havent seen that many LR kid clothing, seen some shirts at Altantic brit.



    if u ever need some more art work done. my wife and i r both artist, she does logos, invite cards (weddings, etc), web site, work cards, and etc. i have a BFA in sculpture and do alot of prints, drawings, logos, and etc.

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    For those who will be at the meeting Sunday - I will wear the shirt I made.
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