[Planet News] Rocketry Planet's TRA/NAR Legal Fund T-shirt a huge success

Press Release by RPNewswire Thursday, November 30, 2006
Rocketry Planet's arrangement to offer a "T-Shirt Design of the Month"
for hobby rocketry enthusiasts nationwide to raise funds to continue their battle against the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has turned out to be a stunning success.
In the first month, Rocketry Planet was able to deliver 45 T-shirts: 40 classic rocket-doggie shirts and 5 retro designs featuring an adaptation of the DOT's earlier A-B-C classifications. This month's design will feature the familiar Tripoli Rocketry Association logo available in two colors for use on your pick of nine different T-shirt colors, available beginning December 1st.
Rocketry Planet teamed with Tom Blazanin and Dave Rose of Graphix & Stuff to provide the new T-shirt design each month where 100% of the proceeds of this program would be contributed directly to the legal fund. Blazanin and Rose are both hobby rocketry enthusiasts, and many will recognize Blazanin's name from the very earliest days of Tripoli.
This is truly a win-win-win situation where you can receive a quality, long-lasting T-shirt, where the product is created and delivered by rocket people for rocket people, and the proceeds from the transaction are passed along to the hobby organization's legal efforts.
Graphix & Stuff, of North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, is a custom graphics company that produces custom t-shirts, sweat shirts, jackets, hats and other apparel. They also do custom vinyl signage, magnetic signs, vinyl lettering, vinyl banners and custom accessories such as license plates, coffee mugs, travel mugs and other personal items. They use the latest technologies such as dye sublimation, inkjet transfers, heat press vinyl, cut vinyl, computerized imagery and much more.
T-shirts are available in sizes small, medium, large, x-large, xx-large and xxx-large in white, ash, sand, pebble, yellow, sky, teal, red and black colors, with the this month's artwork placed on the front or the back. Payments are accept via major credit card or PayPal.
To purchase a T-shirt, visit http://www.graphixnstuff.com/rp/index.html , or click on the advertisement in the right-hand column throughout the Rocketry Planet web site.
For more information on Graphix & Stuff, visit: http://www.graphixnstuff.com /
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Planet News wrote:

See, it is possible to deliver t-shirts advertised on r.m.r!
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On Fri, 01 Dec 2006 18:18:48 -0500, "Darrell D. Mobley"

Tell that to Jerry.
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Phil Stein wrote:

Who's Jerry?
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On Fri, 01 Dec 2006 20:55:22 -0500, "Darrell D. Mobley"

I forget it's either a guy that makes ice cream or a guitar player - maybe a guy with a talk show.
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Phil Stein wrote:

Now be fair to jerry. he could have delivered on the shirts, if he had actually bothered to have them made, or even had intentions of delivering at all.
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