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Support U.S. Benchrest World Cup Team

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by bogie, Mar 27, 2005.

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  1. bogie

    bogie Member

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    Guys, my favorite charity (over the past 3 years I've raised about $4K for 'em), is the U.S. Benchrest World Cup Team. Basically all the cash raised (ALL of it) goes to pay travel expenses, entry fees, team clothing, etc., etc.

    I'm getting into a bit of a t-shirt business, so I figured I wouldn't make a dime on my first product... Doh...

    Here's the shirts I'll be doing for Team USA. Cost for these is $25, with 100% of profit going to the team (no screwy accounting - I'm taking out what I pay for the shirts and the printing). They'll be printed on white heavy Hanes Softlink 50/50 cotton/polyester shirts using a dye sublimation process. Still gonna clean up the image a little - production/shipping should begin after Knob Creek.

    Advance orders are welcome, and they'll also be available after the Supershoot, at least up until the Nationals.

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    Email bogie7@mindspring.com for more details.
     
  2. telcontar

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    Bogie,
    May I make a suggestion? 100% cotton would be better.
     
  3. bogie

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    The problem is that dye sub printing doesn't work on 100% cotton. The construction of the shirts I'm using is a 100% cotton inner portion, and a 100% polyester outer portion. They "feel" like cotton, but will take a very nice image. And since you're dyeing the material, rather than putting an image on top of it, they don't feel like you've got a piece of plastic on your chest.
     
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