<VV> RE: <CORSA Chapters> Logos - plaques, t-shirts, etc

Bagley, Ray (KUCC) bagleyr at kennecott.com
Thu Oct 13 10:08:45 EDT 2005

Yes t-shirts should start representing the Corvair in a better light.
It's my opinion in the past that they still represent the "grocery
getter" on our logos and shirts. They should be more colorful and
updated so that not only those who own them want a shirt but the younger
generation will want to purchase them also. I know the organization has
the talent to do and I for one think it's time to do it.

-----Original Message-----
From: chapters-bounces at corvair.org [mailto:chapters-bounces at corvair.org]
On Behalf Of Western Canada CORSA
Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2005 7:59 AM
To: Virtual Vairs (E-mail); Chapters (E-mail)
Subject: <CORSA Chapters> Logos - plaques, t-shirts, etc

While we're on the subject of Dash Plaques, I have two more cents I'd
to add to the discussion.

It has been my general observation that many of the T-shirt and event
I've seen at Corvair events over the years are.... not very cool.
"Cool" of
course not refering to the temperature of the item, but the intangable,
subjective appraisal as desirable.  If CORSA wants to appeal to a
crowd, it's a small thing, but something we can work on.

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