"Waldemar Kornewald" <wkornewald@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > On 5/12/07, Michael Phipps <mphipps1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > So, to sum it up, if we chose to go with something like Cafe Press, > > each > > sale would EITHER have to be a) a lot more expensive or b) we would > > need a > > lot of donations to keep the cost of goods:total revenue in the > > neighborhood that the IRS wants to see. > You can't have the huge variety of items that CafePress allows for. > When will we be able to buy mouse pads, mugs, bags, different shirts? > Not only those white shirts we have, but really cool, colorful ones > with an unobtrusive logo. We can continue to sell one single shirt > type or we can expand our product range and thus attract more > donations. You can still sell the cheaper shirts for people who are > satisfied with them, but we can't grow if we don't expand our product > range. +1 :-) I want more merchandising articles. Bye, Axel.