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Those Trained by Phil, Please Check This..

myosin

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Before, some people had a "Team Hernon" banner as their signature... I was wondering if there was some way to put together some kind of t-shirt?

I'm just tossing idea's out there, please feel free to contribute... maybe something very simple- I was thinking...
Front: Team Hernon (in a cool font <maybe the font from Phil's website>)
Back: Use the front double bicep logo/graphic and name from Phil's website with "www.hernonspantry.com" in a slightly smaller font underneath.

Any thoughts? Does anyone own/work at a T-Shirt shop? I think there are even some website where you can develop your own online and they send it to you (I don't know if the quality of the shirts are good/bad).
 

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This is a great idea, the only problem is that I might never take it off.
 

PaulKersey

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... whoa, found the answer!
Should always use the search function first, lol.
 
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Sounds like a cool idea. A friend of mine has one of those tshirt presses, and it doesnt take much money to print up a bunch..
 

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Why dont you email Phil directly before trying to print up t-shirts with his name and logo on it. He does run a business using his name and logo and I am sure he may have it legally protected......

JUST A THOUGHT!!!
 

myosin

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Why dont you email Phil directly before trying to print up t-shirts with his name and logo on it. He does run a business using his name and logo and I am sure he may have it legally protected......

JUST A THOUGHT!!!
How do you know I haven't discussed a t-shirt with him already? ;)
 

hotnuts

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Because if you had, maybe you would be using his input on design and not the forums.
 

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This is a great idea, the only problem is that I might never take it off.
there will be a time you will take it off..it will only stretch so much before it rips..lol..he has a bad habit of making people big
 

myosin

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hahahahaha

Because if you had, maybe you would be using his input on design and not the forums.
Well, I did tell him. Simple as that :D

No profit in this anyway, people can make their own... just throwing idea's out there, this isn't for money making, it's to express "pride" in a great trainer.
 
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myosin

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Simple Design

This is the design I might do for my own shirt... simple-

Papyrus font, white font color, red shirt

And yes, hotnuts, it has Phil's "blessing" hahahaha, it's cool man, you're just looking out for Phil's back ;)
 

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Great Idea

Choosing the right shirt is important (to me anyway). I looked at so many for my Auto Shop Ts. I never liked the way the cheep 100% cotton ones fit after you wash them. I finally choose a 50/50 cotton/poly blend and love the way the fit and hold up. They were a $1 or 2 more than the cheep ones but worth it in my opinion. Still around $6-7 a shirt with 1 color silk screen image on front and back. Everyone I gave them to said they were the best t-shirt they ever recieved and they always ask for more. They are soft from the very 1st wash and fit in a way that compiments our shape. I check the brand when I get home and get back with you.
 

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Hanes 50/50

That is the brand I choose. I drove my t-shirt guy nuts for a month trying to find the right shirt. Just my 2ccs
 

myosin

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Thanks!

Choosing the right shirt is important (to me anyway). I looked at so many for my Auto Shop Ts. I never liked the way the cheep 100% cotton ones fit after you wash them. I finally choose a 50/50 cotton/poly blend and love the way the fit and hold up. They were a $1 or 2 more than the cheep ones but worth it in my opinion. Still around $6-7 a shirt with 1 color silk screen image on front and back. Everyone I gave them to said they were the best t-shirt they ever recieved and they always ask for more. They are soft from the very 1st wash and fit in a way that compiments our shape. I check the brand when I get home and get back with you.
That is the brand I choose. I drove my t-shirt guy nuts for a month trying to find the right shirt. Just my 2ccs
Good point... I always wondered why some shirts fit good after a wash and some don't. I'll keep that in mind, thanks for the tip guys.
 

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