Rover 800 club polo shirts part 2 you know you want one

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Post by LeeLee » Thu Jan 27, 2011 8:24 pm

Cool..! 8)
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new design

Post by TDHFastback » Fri Jan 28, 2011 12:01 pm

Here is the second design. I think the "Preserving Rovers Flagship should be further from the badge but other than that I like it. See what you think.

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The only other logo would be the Union Jack on the right sleeve.

As I said you could have your name on the left breast for an extra £4.99.

These changes bring the price down to about £22 a shirt which I think is a little more acceptable.

When it comes to the final say as to what we should go for I think it is up to Richard Moss as its his site we are promoting but I am still open to ideas.

Let me know

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Re: new design

Post by Richard Moss » Fri Jan 28, 2011 12:28 pm

TDHFastback wrote:When it comes to the final say as to what we should go for I think it is up to Richard Moss as its his site we are promoting but I am still open to ideas.

Let me know

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Kate, I think that looks just great and I would certainly go for one myself, maybe two. You've done a great job with this, just as you did with the stickers.

As for design, I think that the majority view is the one that counts, not mine. I'll go with whatever the rest of the crew think.
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estimate

Post by TDHFastback » Fri Jan 28, 2011 12:39 pm

This is how the prices break down on the estimate:


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Just so you can see


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Post by Very Tall Brad » Fri Jan 28, 2011 5:48 pm

Kate, you're a dream. :wink:

As RM says, thanks for the special effort. I shall have one too. Whatever size fits you, I'll have the same size - I can wear it like a cropped top (if you are a bloke reading this, ask a girl what a cropped top is).

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Post by LeeLee » Fri Jan 28, 2011 8:51 pm

Looks good to me.. :wink:

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Re: new design

Post by guru » Fri Jan 28, 2011 10:23 pm

TDHFastback wrote:Here is the second design. I think the "Preserving Rovers Flagship should be further from the badge but other than that I like it. See what you think.

Image

The only other logo would be the Union Jack on the right sleeve.

As I said you could have your name on the left breast for an extra £4.99.

These changes bring the price down to about £22 a shirt which I think is a little more acceptable.

When it comes to the final say as to what we should go for I think it is up to Richard Moss as its his site we are promoting but I am still open to ideas.

Let me know

Kate :D
Kate, looks good but shouldn't it have the website address on it somewhere? Maybe instead of the preserving rovers flagship bit?
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Post by Vard66 » Sat Jan 29, 2011 3:05 am

Oh!

How about underneath the collar at the back, or perhaps even on the collar in smaller writing?
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good point

Post by TDHFastback » Sat Jan 29, 2011 8:57 am

Good point about the forum address.

I did include it originaly but, do we really need it?

The stickers?. Yes. If the car is parked up people are given the info on the sticker to get in touch with us. But does it need to be on the shirt.

I assume when people see the shirt it will actually have someone in it. Someone who can give the forum details to them. Also (and I'm not sure how easy this can happen) if the forum address changes then the shirts are obsolete. Once again not a problem with a cheap sticker but for a polo shirt costing over £20 ummmm...

What do you think Richard would you like your forum details on the shirt?
It could be placed in small letters across the left arm for an extra £4.99.

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Post by metelmickey » Sat Jan 29, 2011 10:32 am

put me down for 2 :D ( in black to match my car 8) )
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Re: good point

Post by MikeMedford » Sat Jan 29, 2011 11:35 am

TDHFastback wrote:I assume when people see the shirt it will actually have someone in it. Someone who can give the forum details to them.
This tbh, I see no need to add it to the shirts.

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Re: good point

Post by Richard Moss » Sat Jan 29, 2011 11:42 am

MikeMedford wrote:
TDHFastback wrote:I assume when people see the shirt it will actually have someone in it. Someone who can give the forum details to them.
This tbh, I see no need to add it to the shirts.
I'd agree - as Kate says, the wearer can pass on details and "less is more".
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Post by Vard66 » Sat Jan 29, 2011 8:32 pm

Good point about the possibility of the address changing.
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Post by Richard Moss » Sat Jan 29, 2011 9:33 pm

Vard66 wrote:Good point about the possibility of the address changing.
Not in my plans. I get first dibs on the name as we approach renewal time.
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Post by TDHFastback » Mon Jan 31, 2011 1:43 pm

Right if the design is okay I will get a prototype ordered and try and get a picture for you to see.

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