From:
"terry shelton" <sheltonterry@hotmail.com>
Sent: 12/23/2000 11:31:02 AM
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Re: [gpsstash] Geocaching T-shirt, hat, etc?


Sure, why not!
Terry


>From: "Jeremy"
>Reply-To: gpsstash@egroups.com
>To:
>Subject: [gpsstash] Geocaching T-shirt, hat, etc?
>Date: Tue, 19 Dec 2000 14:51:05 -0800
>
>Greetings,
>
>I was thinking about designing a t-shirt or some other item for Geocaching,
>and was curious to know if anyone would be interested in buying such a
>thing? It so happens I work for a company that prints promotional products
>(t-shirts, hats, etc) and my boss thought it would be pretty cool to make a
>t-shirt, hat, or some ad-specialty product like a compass. Because I work
>for them (and he's excited about the game), we can get the shirts for less
>than it would cost to do something with cafepress.com.
>
>We do company products like Hard Rock Cafe, the Cartoon Network, Starbucks,
>etc., so the shirts would turn out pretty cool. I'll keep the cost way down
>since I'm more interested in having the products made than making any money
>off of it. I will, however, have to put some money into it up front in
>order
>to pay for the cost of printing, etc., so I'd rather know if people would
>want something like this up front.
>
>If you're interested in buying such a thing or have some ideas on what
>would
>be a cool item to have, let me know! I posted this to
>http://forums.groundspeak.com, so you can chat there, or contact me direct
>(jeremy at geocaching.com)
>
>(One idea is to have an "official" water-tight container for geocaching, or
>a "kit" with a logbook, etc. I'm seeing a lot of trash bags and other odd
>containers being used lately.)
>
>Cheers,
>
>Jeremy
>

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