[kag] Re: KAG t-shirts

  • From: "Jennifer Varga" <family@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: kag@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2008 13:22:05 -0400

I'm liking the idea of small logo on front, and name on sleeve.  Darker
colours are best for us too. They show less dirt (we have a 12 year old
after all).

As far as numbers - I am half-considering possibly grabbing a couple for
each of us when available, unless we can make occasional runs of the shirts.

I don't think I'm a fan of putting a specific event on the shirts, I'd
rather have them more general. Specific ones are great for the events
themselves, but the way they are being presented here, in my opinon are to
be used as general KAG shirts.  That way they have a little more

And, of course, I would wear it to KAG events (and CCC and GAG, and
COG,etc,etc) as show off as a proud kingstonian geocacher :D


On Wed, Mar 19, 2008 at 12:23 PM, Bob Connelly <swimmrguy@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> It's great to see all the interest in the t-shirts!  Even before all this
> discussion, I was toying around with the idea of making a couple of "mock
> ups" of the t-shirts to give people an idea of what they could look like.
> I think the idea of a poll on the web site is a great one--I'll get
> working on that straight away.  Then we could put up some mock-ups of the
> various ideas suggested, and people can then vote in the poll on the one
> they like best.
> Dana, I'll chat with you off list about what options are feasible to
> offer.  There may be limitations on what can be added under the one set-up
> cost.  We should be clear on where the names can be printed and what other
> customizations can be added by individuals without incurring an additional
> set up cost.
> Helen and Lloyd, would there be any interested in printing off a bunch of
> generic t-shirts (say without cachers names, but with GeOCanada3 on them)
> for the event?  They could be used as prizes or offered for attendees to
> buy--but someone would have to put the upfront cost for them.
> So check back in at kingstongeocaching.com soon--I should hopefully have
> some "samples" and a voting poll set up in the next day or so. (Yeah, a
> shameless plug <grin>)
> Bob

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