<VV> Re: Re: RE: dash plaques, awards, t-shirts etc..........
mopar at jbcs2.net
Sat Oct 15 08:06:10 EDT 2005
> From: AeroNed at aol.com
> Subject: Re: <VV> RE: dash plaques, awards, t-shirts etc..........
> In a message dated 10/13/2005 9:04:04 A.M. Central Daylight Time,
> mopar at jbcs2.net writes:
> Just an opinion on my part, but in my line of thinking a great logo is
> fine. But it does not have to be done on everything
> I have a one word answer, cost... Most places charge you a fixed setup fee
> for each piece of artwork. This fee has to be spread out over the stuff
> That was one BIG word,
Certainly cost is an issue, I can understand that. But now with the
prevalent use of computers for a lot of this stuff, that cost can be
Imagine...............A convention T-shirt with a set background and design,
but if you pre-order, your choice of an early or late, coupe or convertible,
FC or wagon, or even an ultra. Can this be done? Would it even be
conceivable that instead of a conventioner buying one shirt, he may now buy
2 or 3, each different?
So maybe the cost would be a little higher. Would people pay an extra 2
bucks for a T-shirt with that choice? Has anyone considered looking into
No.............a cheap shirt, that costs 5 bucks and sold for $10, 100%
profit, but this is the status quo.
For several of the "Four Clubs" Events, Kevin Clark did the T-shirts, they
were high quality, beautiful design, but cost $18 and NO profit to the Four
Clubs, used our base logo and his designs. Of course at a small event there
are limited sales.Would a conventioner be willing to pay $18-$20 for a GOOD
T-shirt with an imaginative design? Would Corsa be willing to cut its profit
margin to do such a thing?
So now even the possibility of different designs, on different
merchandise............would it sell?
And I am sure there are a lot of talented members out there who could work
with this for the benefit of the group, different designs using different
Sometimes if all your concerns are costs, and not doing anything different,
you fall into mediocrity..........
thinking outside the box..............
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