Thursday, August 27, 2015
Thanks to Kevin O'Quinn for supplying the design he and some Veteran buddies made a while ago. Their effort back then to produce the image for other SAC veterans never panned out and the design was never made available.
I agreed to take the image, convert it to a current software format, and make it available for purchase. I also agreed to make the price as low as possible and only cover the cost of production and the royalty cost for our artist to cover his work reproducing the image in the current software.
We only use American made T-shirt blanks and a USA based printer, the cost is more than the cheap China produced crap, but it is worth it. They have great quality and we are helping USA based businesses employ Americans.
I have set up three versions of the T-shirt; one with a 3 3/4 inch round image located on the breast pocket on front only, one with a 9 inch round image centered on the back only, and one that has both front and back. A wide variety of shirt colors are available.
I also have the image in the Spreadshirt Marketplace so you can add the image to other items they produce like mugs, glasses, cell phone covers, etc. I am also trying to locate a patch production company to be able to provide embroidered patches of this and our other designs.
Here is the link to my online shop at Spreadshirt.com where I have our Proud Cold Warrior T-shirts produced. They will print and ship within 3-5 business days and will make quantities as low as one. No waiting like most of the other online sites that require a larger quantity before production.
Order between August 27 - September 1, 2015 and receive a 15% discount by using coupon code FAVSHIRT at checkout!
And oh yea, while you are there join us, The Proud Cold Warrior Society!
Lifetime membership, a T-shirt, and a suitable for framing Proud Cold Warrior certificate are included in the fee.
SHARE YOUR COLD WAR STORY !
Where did you serve? Military or Civilian? Stateside or Overseas. Fulda Gap? Berlin? NATO? CIA? State Department? The Dew Line? On a Missile Battery? Down in a Silo? At Sea? Under the Sea? In the Air? According to the VA over 26 million Vets are still alive. I'd bet that most served in the 1945-1991 time frame and I'd like to share your story on this blog. As long as it isn't still classified, email me with your story and I will post it here. email@example.com