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Re: T-shirt update & slogans
Maybe us Canadians aren't at the forefront of fashion, or maybe it's the
government influence around Washington...
A compromise would be to offer both, but put some limits on
choices. T-shirts/golf shirts, a few sizes and no more than two colours.
How about this to gauge the number of shirts to order? Put up a form on
one of the WWW sites and get people to register their preferences (leaving
an email address for follow-up). No flames please, I'll be the first to
admit I know squat about marketing.
Louis Bertrand, Bowmanville, ON, Canada
On Thu, 15 Oct 1998, Aaron Jackson wrote:
> Maybe I'm showing my age, but I wouldn't be caught dead in a golf shirt. ;)
> Before I moved to Washington, DC I didn't even own a long sleeve shirt!
> Seriously, I don't think there must be a choice between the two. Both
> should be offered, but it is obviously cheaper to get T-shirts printed up
> then embroidered golf shirts made. Since Matthew Patton came up with the
> cash from his own pocket, I guess it was an easy choice for him to make.
> This brings me to a question. Of course nobody wants to pay for
> something that doesn't exist, and I'm also guessing that nobody wants to take
> a risk on buying a large quantity of shirts unless they will sell, so is
> there some middle ground as to advance orders and out of pocket
> Aaron Jackson