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Postby jrmy » Wed Sep 03, 2014 9:26 pm

Awright... so HERE we have... some t-shirts to help pay Tom to keep the lights on!

Seriously, I've been meaning to do this for a while, but this whole Google Ads thing kicked it in to high gear. I've discussed it with Tom, and he's cool with it. Hopefully you are too!

In an effort to raise money for ILF hosting costs, I've designed two different shirt campaigns on Teespring. It's a fundraising platform that uses pre-orders for t-shirts as its angle - I've used it before for band stuff, and also purchased from campaigns from other people (actually, I'm wearing one right now!). The quality is totally solid, and I've never had a complaint with 'em.

The shirts will only be produced, and you will only be charged, if the minimum orders are met in the time allotted. If either (or, ideally, both) campaigns are successful, all money will be going directly to Tom via the magic of PayPal. Yay technology!

Hopefully you all dig these - if it works out, there will be more designs at later dates...

Image (the inexpensive, stealth t)

Image (the totally deluxe, over-the-top t)
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Re: ILF Benefit Tees

Postby FuzzHugger » Thu Sep 04, 2014 2:44 am

Thank you Jrmy for your stellar, generous work on the shirts & campaign! :hug:

(Original post & discussion here: viewtopic.php?f=42&t=42865)

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