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  1. #21
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    My mother and I have an embroidery buisness. We also do heat pressing and screen printing (and shes a seamstress). We've done work for a major hockey team, many school projects, fire companys, baseball teams, dance studio, etc (we've done shirts for one of our beesource moderators). No order is too small or too large - unlike a lot of companies they will only take certain minimum orders (like 200 or 500 count). She will also do fund raisers.
    Suggestions:
    hats, visors, dew rags, lanyard keychains (the long ones that go around your neck), shirts, "diamond" studed designs, shorts, blankets, towels, the list is endless.

    My Uncle does engraving by way of lazer (years ago he worked for Drapers Super Bee too). I do believe he can engrave any image on almost any item.
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    Glassware, wood, stone, plastic. He's done trophies for our local college, logos on company products, photos on stone, again endless possiblities.

    So Barry if you decide to go ahead with it we would greatly appreciate yours and everyone elses business.

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    I wear a extra large let me know when they are ready I am in on this one

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    T shirt or a large Button for Beesource, Count me in
    Clint
    Clinton Bemrose<br />just South of Lansing Michigan<br />Beekeeping since 1964

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    What's the status on the T-shirts, mugs, etc.? I'd like place an order when the items are available.
    Susan

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    me too. I love bee stuff..... heck... I love beesource...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chef Isaac View Post
    me too. I love bee stuff..... heck... I love beesource...
    Gotta agree with you Chef!
    Susan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregory and Susan Fariss View Post
    What's the status on the T-shirts, mugs, etc.?
    Well, things never happen as fast as I'd like them to, but progress is being made on the design of an official beesource logo and the website is in redesign at the same time. Once the logo gets finalized, I will get a hand on all the options to get products available.

    Regards,
    Barry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Once the logo gets finalized, I will get a hand on all the options to get products available.

    Regards,
    Barry
    Great! I look forward to seeing the logo and what we can order.

    Susan

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    Nudging this back to the top... what is the status of the items for sale? When can we see the logo?

    I was missing having a beekeeper shirt on my vacation last week.
    “The keeping of bees is like the direction of sunbeams.” -Henry David Thoreau

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    How about t-shirts or bumber stickers with the following;




    ____________LOGO_________________________________L OGO

    ________Beesource.com__________________________Bee source.com

    ______Beek-ome a member______________________For Beeks Not Geeks


    Disclaimer; These slogans are free to be used exclusivley by Beesource.com

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    Something easy to spot at a bee meeting would be nice.
    Michael Bush bushfarms.com/bees.htm "Everything works if you let it." ThePracticalBeekeeper.com 40y 200h 37yTF

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    Something easy to move to other garments. A lapel pin or a badge or button would make it easy.
    A Beesource hat would be nice.
    "Younz" have a great day, I will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Well, things never happen as fast as I'd like them to, but progress is being made on the design of an official beesource logo and the website is in redesign at the same time. Once the logo gets finalized, I will get a hand on all the options to get products available.

    Regards,
    Barry

    My girlfriend makes honey pots and other ceramic wares, she is a ceramics art teacher. We set up and sell her ceramics and my honey at craft fairs. If you ever get that logo decided upon and you have an idea of the cut for Beesource, we could make honey pots, mugs and the like available for our members.
    Bullseye Bill in The Scenic Flint Hills , KS
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    Sounds like a deal!

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    Hey count me in ..would love to have an hat and or shirt.

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    An update on this thread.

    I've met with my local shirt guy who does heat transfers and embroidery. We messed around today embroidering the logo on shirt material and finally got it right. Also had a cap embroidered that turned out really nice. I'll be getting him the artwork to have the transfer template made for doing T-shirts.

    The logo is done and I've got a good local supplier to work with for these items. I plan to start out simple and basic and see how it goes from there. I also am going to favor quality products over the cheap stuff.

    What I'd like to get is feedback on what selected items you would consider buying for yourself if offered. I will create a poll with various options for you to vote for. From this, I will make my first order. I want to get some stuff in your hands to get feedback before it gets rolling to far. Thanks for your patience as I try to get this right from the start.

    - Barry

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