jeremy.hogan at gmail.com
Mon Nov 21 18:46:03 UTC 2005
He must mean this:
Which he indicates is from fedoraforum.org <http://fedoraforum.org>, but I
can't find it mentioned there anywhere.
On 11/20/05, Alex Maier <lxmaier at gmail.com> wrote:
> I would be your contact for merchandise production. At the moment, we
> do not have an official merchandise store set up--not on
> cafepress.com <http://cafepress.com>, not anywehere else.
> I would be delighted to find out more about the conditions you could
> offer Fedora.
> On 11/14/05, Dunrite Printing <bill at dunriteprinting.com> wrote:
> > I was at fedoraforum.org <http://fedoraforum.org> reading about the
> t-shirts that are available from
> > expresscafe, and someone referred me to this list.
> > I am interested in printing t-shirts for fedora. I have been in and out
> > the project since it started, and I recently just got back into it with
> > 4. I am 34 years old, an IT administrator by day, and I own a Screen
> > Printing business on the side. I have been in the printing industry for
> > almost ten years, and owned the screen printing business for about 5
> > going on 6. Anyways, this is not a hopeless plug for business, I don't
> > additional business, I stay busy enough, but I do believe in the quality
> > the shirts my shop can produce, and I want a high quality shirt
> > for not only myself, but everyone. You can check out my webpage if you
> > to know about my business. Keep in mind I do not update the website or
> > sell off it anymore, I normally stick with resellers, schools, fire
> > etc. A couple of my bigger clients right now are Coke and Little
> Caesars. I
> > am the screen printer, I have a couple of people that work for me, but
> > would be no middleman, and I would be printing the shirts myself, so the
> > quality would be guaranteed. We could also have other than white colored
> > t-shirts, since this is a real screen printing process, not an inkjet or
> > anything like that.
> > How could I find out more about who I should talk to about printing
> > t-shirts?
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