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    Who's interested in club T-shirts? Cast your vote.

    Well the idea has been tossed around before and we've been meeting regularly enough to consider ourselves a real club so who's interested in having a club T-shirt that has a logo on the front breast and bigger one on the back.

    I'm not saying I can make them, only asking if you're willing to buy one if we can find a company that makes them for a good price. Along those lines, does anyone know of such a company?

    I can make a design along with Joe (just volunteered him) and we can vote on that later but for now, would you shell out $20-$30 for a dedicated Gearhead Miata Club T-shirt?

    Perhaps the same logo can be used for stickers? Any other/better ideas?

    Let's vote on it. You can chose more than one selection.

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    Who's interested in club T-shirts? Cast your vote.

    Unless its a polo $20-30 bucks for a T is kinda high. Less than $20 ok.
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    Who's interested in club T-shirts? Cast your vote.

    There's a place at the Charlotte County Town Mall that makes T-Shirts. I would be interested in a T-shirt especailly at the Lakeland meet. I might be going again. Im working on reschedule ing my trip to mom and dads.
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    Who's interested in club T-shirts? Cast your vote.

    What? You weren't planning on going? I hope that changes and you do go. I just threw out the $20-$30 figure judging by what I've seen other shirts cost. I know that sounds expensive but I assume that would be on the high end. I just haven't had one made before and don't know where to go to have it done besides the place at the mall now. It could very well be below $20.

    Damn, that would be nice to have them made up before Lakeland!

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    Who's interested in club T-shirts? Cast your vote.

    Usually the price goes down in quantity buys.

    I think we should do before the Lakeland meet.
    I'll check out some sources also.

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    Who's interested in club T-shirts? Cast your vote.

    My parent's store works with a guy who makes t-shirts. I can have my dad talk to him and ask about price and stuff.

    But before I say I'm in, I'd like to see what the design would look like.

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    There's no design yet because it would be affected by price. For instance if one logo on the back costs $20 but an additional, smaller logo on the front is an additional $20 then it isn't worth designing both of them.

    Personally, I'd like a shirt with both front and rear designs but have to ballpark prices first to decide if its worth the time to make both logos.

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    Who's interested in club T-shirts? Cast your vote.

    Get some iron on logos made, and sell those individually, that way people can pick and choose shirt style/color. Mix and match everything just like what we do with our cars.

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    Who's interested in club T-shirts? Cast your vote.

    Quote Originally Posted by IhasMIATA?
    Get some iron on logos made, and sell those individually, that way people can pick and choose shirt style/color. Mix and match everything just like what we do with our cars.
    I like that idea to just print the logo onto iron-ons.

    I do want a shirt...but honestly i wouldnt wear it to lakeland because I don't want to be wearing the same shirt as 5 other people....but having the same logo on different shirts would be great.

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    Who's interested in club T-shirts? Cast your vote.

    I do really like the iron on idea! :toast

    Jack

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