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New color choices for PNWJeep merchandise
Poll ended at Sat Mar 10, 2007 4:25 pm
Red 9%  9%  [ 1 ]
Green khaki 64%  64%  [ 7 ]
White 9%  9%  [ 1 ]
Orange 18%  18%  [ 2 ]
Light blue 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Total votes : 11
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2007 4:25 pm 
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I'm thinking we should add some new color choices for the PNWJeep merchandise.

It's a little more work but the variety seems to make it worthwhile and the costs don't change.

Post your thoughts as well as vote on the choices in the poll. I'll try to add the 2 top vote getters after I can confirm which products will be available.

I will try to make the choices available as both short and long sleeve Ts as well as sweatshirts and hoodies.

These would be available in the next order.


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I presume I don't need to say which color I voted for.... :P

I dunno if the supplier offers them, but I love my orange T's with the reflective crap on em. If it said PNWJeep on it that'd be even cooler.


I'm sure it's been discussed and I'm just not seeing it, but it's percolated my thought process again, jackets? Something like one of those Carhart style "work" jackets, perhaps with the logo emobroidered on the front...?

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RailroadJeep wrote:

I'm sure it's been discussed and I'm just not seeing it, but it's percolated my thought process again, jackets? Something like one of those Carhart style "work" jackets, perhaps with the logo emobroidered on the front...?


Oh, I like that, Wheeling Jackets!

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RailroadJeep wrote:
I'm sure it's been discussed and I'm just not seeing it, but it's percolated my thought process again, jackets? Something like one of those Carhart style "work" jackets, perhaps with the logo emobroidered on the front...?


I'm certain we could do that but I would need to do a deal where it was prepay, possibly even making a deal with Whistle Workwear or some other local supplier to obtain everything and then getting them done by our prime vendor. The cost of the product is too high to do a credit deal.


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John90XJ wrote:
I'm certain we could do that but I would need to do a deal where it was prepay, possibly even making a deal with Whistle Workwear or some other local supplier to obtain everything and then getting them done by our prime vendor. The cost of the product is too high to do a credit deal.


For the Jackets or the safety T's?

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I'd prepay for a wheeling jacket. 8)

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X2, I need something that holds up to welding a little better.

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I'll start a jacket thread when I get word back on embroidery and where and what product I can get versus purchasing locally.


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Carhartt is a good standby, I also like the Ben Davis line, here's a lined zip up in black and khaki...

http://www.bargainsavenue.com/index.asp ... rodID=1318

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I like the Timberland brand jackets as well.

I don't know that I'd go for buying a new jacket... if we get something cool drawn up or use current patterns, I may be down for some embroidery on a jacket or two that I already own.

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