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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by Baseballer1100, Jul 7, 2008.
Here are a couple pics of my T-shirts i think they came out great.
those are da bomb
Those are some AWSOME SHIRTS
those shirts are HOT...no really, wont you sweat like crazy in black shirts?
I know I will be slammed for saying, but I personally don't like them. I don't see a corilation between the logo and lawn care. Just my .02
I'm with you. They also look fairly cheap.
They are Forest Green but yeah i'm sure they will get hot. But i'm really not that worried about it I could lose a couple. haha
Well the correlation comes from the word boomin' I guess thats just what i pictured to be a good combination. Thats just me but also I want people to be able to remember my name and I feel like this is something that stands out and easily remembered.
Fairly cheap in what sense?
they are cheap. I don't think there are many people who make expensive t-shirts. In fact, the most expensive t-shirts I've seen are made by Abercrombie, and most of those are faded and have holes in them, and are worn by upper middle class teenagers.
The two things I can say about them are:
1) They are dark in color, thus being somewhat of a heat-seeker. If you're out doing a boomin' job, you may start to sweat more than if the shirt was, say, yellow.
2) The oversized bomb on the back is placed in such a manner that it may encourage profuse and uncomfortable back sweat. The logo will not "breathe" as the rest of the fabric will, opening the propensity for excessive sweating on that part of the back.
The name of your company has little to do with landscaping, that's for sure. However, it has just as much to do with landscaping as a company called "Jim and Joe's Landscaping." It's just a name and I don't have a problem with it. I think you're comfortable with the name of the company, and if you weren't, then you would have changed it to something clever before you incorporated, and made shirts.