I'll be posting our "1999 collection" to the list shortly. We'll do some
screen printed T shirts (large logo), some embroidered pocket T's (small
left chest logo), some racing/golf style shirts (embroidered left chest),
some denim/khaki shirts (embroidered left chest), heavy grey sweatshirts,
(embroidered or screen printed) and a "letterman's style jacket, (wool body,
Also, we'll be repeating a popular hat from a few years ago... it's a medium
brown "waxed denim" that looks like you drained your crankcase on it right
out of the box.
I'll set up some pictures of the garments on the Thicko web site in the next
few weeks so everyone can take a peekyboo.
We're also expanding our vinyl sticker offerings... in addition to the
standard Team Thicko sticker, we've added a "cheatin' dog" sticker you can
covertly slap on an opponents, and another that says "scared shitless...
kind of mocks the "No Fear" stickers you see.
From: Peggy Bohler [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Thursday, February 18, 1999 11:03 PM
To: Wm. Severin Thompson
Subject: Re: Spridget T shirt question
How do I order one? Address? Price?
At 06:48 PM 2/18/99 -0600, you wrote:
>Better yet... why doesn't everybody wear a Team Thicko shirt... we welcome
>From: Lancer7676@aol.com <Lancer7676@aol.com>
>To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>; firstname.lastname@example.org
>Date: Thursday, February 18, 1999 5:31 PM
>Subject: Re: Spridget T shirt question
>>I tend to agree with that Amy. I have designed and made shirts for my
>>programs and found that the simpler designs always looked much better.
>>are also much easier to print and far less expensive. I was wondering if
>>a simple Sprigiteers logo with the Austin Healey and MG logos evident
>>make an attractive shirt? Spridgiteers is kind of a name that identifies
>>That's my loose change.