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Old 07-14-2011, 10:06 AM
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I was always a fan of the baseball undershirts with the 3/4 length sleeves. Logo or writing on the front, website in smaller(yet readable) letters printed right below the neckline on the back. This is how I did the shirts when I had my band. They looked good, and the smaller letters on the back catches people's eye and makes them unconsciously take a closer look to see what it says. That unconscious effort, will assist in the website sticking in people's heads..Simple psychology.

Ball caps would be awesome too(preferably stitched)..I'm sure somebody on here could work up a nice logo, and then have the website printed/stitched on the back or along the side. Knit winter hats would be cool too.

Hats might work better and cheaper than shirts. Since you can wear a hat day after day if you're working a show, without people thinking "hey, that dirty m*therf**ker's wearing the same shirt he did yesterday."

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Old 07-14-2011, 10:22 AM
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Surely someone on the board is a graphic artist or otherwise skilled in this kind of stuff. I'd love to grab a Net54 shirt if available, but like others, want it to be classy!

As for the pin, something retro that plays off of some of the old school pins that many on here collect would be cool...

Great idea regardless...
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Would love to have pics of vintage cards on the front/back side, pretty cool I think.
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Old 07-14-2011, 11:24 AM
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Would love to have pics of vintage cards on the front/back side, pretty cool I think.
Yes but at what price point? I am sure each additional item is incremental cost....I do agree that a cool card would look neat....
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Old 07-14-2011, 11:29 AM
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Yes but at what price point? I am sure each additional item is incremental cost....I do agree that a cool card would look neat....
perhaps a '4 base hits' Kelly?
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Old 07-14-2011, 11:36 AM
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perhaps a '4 base hits' Kelly?
Well, there's a shot from the rear gunner .

Hey Scott, good to see you around....That would be a cool card to have on it.....I want one that is fairly recognizable but not the T206 Wags...as it's a bit over done.....Hope you are well and don't be a stranger...
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Old 07-14-2011, 11:38 AM
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If we don't wear the shirts at the National will it be like refusing to wear the ribbon?
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Old 07-14-2011, 11:41 AM
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If we don't wear the shirts at the National will it be like refusing to wear the ribbon?

I guess I wasn't part of the ribbon joke? And as stated the pins might be ready if they get done but the shirts won't be regardless....
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Old 07-14-2011, 11:52 AM
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Great Idea Leon. I don't think adding a card would cost too much, we've added stiched logos to our company shirts at a cost of $5.00 each. I can't imagine a silk screen image of a card would be too much more. It would most likely not be too difficult to offer say three different card choices. I'll suggest with any Cobb, Matty and of course the classic 1977 Topps Sanguillen
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Well, there's a shot from the rear gunner .

Hey Scott, good to see you around....That would be a cool card to have on it.....I want one that is fairly recognizable but not the T206 Wags...as it's a bit over done.....Hope you are well and don't be a stranger...
Never heard that quote - is the rear gunner the one who never hits anything?

I was talking to a guy this morning with a heavy Minnesota accent, and it reminded me of this forum so thought I'd check in. I wouldn't be a stranger, except I still don't have money to buy cards. Been saving up now for 7 years and can almost afford a Goudey common.
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