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Do You Have T-Shirts For Your Forum?

Sylar

Well-known member
#2
I've wanted to have t-shirts for my forum for a while now, just can't seem to find anywhere that has them cheap enough for me to purchase them :p
 

DRE

Well-known member
#3
I've wanted to have t-shirts for my forum for a while now, just can't seem to find anywhere that has them cheap enough for me to purchase them :p
I got that t-shirt made for about $8 but that was embroidered. I had already bought the t-shirt at Wal-Mart beforehand so all I paid for was the embroidery. If I had gotten t-shirts through them and had them printed I could get several t-shirts for around 20 bucks. Not sure how many. Printed is cheap though. There are t-shirt shops everywhere. Think about it. If you have an athletic team whether it be high school, junior high, bowling team, even something simple like t-shirts created for workers at a annual function etc they are going to get their t-shirts from somewhere.
 

CTXMedia

Formerly CyclingTribe
#7
We have jerseys - we're just running the 2012 design orders now:

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... and bib shorts:

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We don't make any profit and do all the work ourselves - taking it in turns to receive the bulk orders and post them out to everyone, but people like them and it's great advertising for the site. (y)
 

craigiri

Well-known member
#11
We have hats - Cafepress.
I give them out to members when a few meet personally....or send them to moderators and other helpful forum members. I never sell them.
 

Cal

Well-known member
#15
We tried that route. At a Scott Walker Recall Rally in WI we had a member hand out free T-shirts and flyers to people in the crowd and I made a logo special for the T-shirt. Might expand on that. We're a debate forum, political events are our safe haven haha

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CTXMedia

Formerly CyclingTribe
#16
Those look really good. (y)
People wear them when out on their weekend club rides, which is can become a talking point and gets us a few new members each year.

Our members also do things off their own back like water bottles, caps, stickers - and I even had one of the regulars bake me a birthday cake with the CC logo on.

Providing it's used positively I pretty much let anyone use the name/logo as it helps promote the site. Eventually I'd like to be able to keep a stock of branded items but the cycle-wear can be expensive (to hold stock in various sizes, mens, ladies, short/long sleeve jerseys and regular shorts too). That'll come later.

I'm thinking mouse-mats for GeeksChat and maybe branded USB sticks; but not until I've fleshed it out some more. (y)
 

CTXMedia

Formerly CyclingTribe
#17
We tried that route. At a Scott Walker Recall Rally in WI we had a member hand out free T-shirts and flyers to people in the crowd and I made a logo special for the T-shirt. Might expand on that. We're a debate forum, political events are our safe haven haha
No offence intended, but that's one hell of a strap-line for a T-shirt. If a lady was wearing one she'd think I was breast-obsessed by the time I'd finished reading. :ROFLMAO:
 
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ragtek

Guest
#19
sadly most of my old images are lost, so i have only 1 photo of a t-shirt
we had t-shirts, hoodies, jackets, ...
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ArnyVee

Well-known member
#20
So, other than Cafepress, any other sites/companies that anyone can refers others to use for selling shirts or hats where we could see a small profit from?