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    HELP!

    Had some free-lance graphic artists design a new logo for some shirts I am selling on my site, and guess what, they screwed up the design!!! Misspelled a word on the back and it was not caught until ALL of the shirts were screen printed.

    The shirts at least have the web address on the back correct so I want to give them away but how can I notify the masses?

    site can be found at: http://www.cyberpunkuniversity.com

    Regards!
    Richie Rich
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    Cyber Punk UniversityŽ

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    I tried checking out your site and filling out that survey so i could get a shirt but the form didnt submit. hehe i could use another shirt.

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    Adam
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    You could do one of two things...

    a) Put a notice on the front page saying something like "Did you find the secret on your T-shirt?" which will link to a page about the misspelling, but putting it in a good light as if it was a puzzle.

    b) Seek damages against the graphic artists, unless you approved it.

    I suggest you start with "a" but there are many other ideas out there...

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    Who the heck is Gen. Failure and why does he want to read my hard drive?
    Soon to come: Aspology.com

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    Here are 2 more options:

    1) There is an interesting newsletter that will features only FREE T-shirts. Maybe they can feature yours! The URL is: http://allfreesites.com/freetshirts/

    2) Donate them to charity. There are many organizations that would distribute the T-shirts to people who need clothes. Maybe they are not your ideal market, but you can get a tax-write off and help othes at the same time.

    Regards,
    Ryan

    FREE weekly newsletter that features recently expired, unused and repossessed Domain Names. http://www.DomainRepo.com


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