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Bushwhacker
February 12, 1999, 06:46 PM
Is there anyway anyone could send a direct donation to Irlene or Rob if we are not able to attend?

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Justice for one,Justice for all.










[This message has been edited by Flyerm14 (edited 02-12-99).]

Rob Pincus
February 12, 1999, 07:28 PM
Flyer, Thanks for the thought!
For anyone interested in supporting the event but not able to attend We have several options. Donations are, obviously, always welcome.

If you visit the site ( www.catalystpro.com/IMCS (http://www.catalystpro.com/IMCS) ) and follow the "sponsorship packages" link you will see that we have several options for corporate sponsors wishing to donate products or cash.

While we have had a few individuals donate directly, I usually encourage people to print out an entry form and order a shirt or hat if they would like to support us. The shirts are donated by Flint River Outdoorwear and are high quality Cotton Polo Shirts with our logo embroidered on them. 100% of the purchase cost goes to the event. Our overhead varies from year to year on the other items, but any contribution will help.



Let me take this opportunity to Thank Rich for putting TFL's hat in the ring as our first new sponsor for 1999. He has not only become a Bronze Level Cash Sponsor, but he is also allowing us to use TFL as a promotional resource.

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-Essayons

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Flyer is getting ready to order a polo shirt, which we appreciate very much, but it reminded me to tell everyone that the logo items will not be ready until June and are not likely to ship until after the event. Feel free to order any time though, of course!

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Rich Lucibella
February 12, 1999, 08:20 PM
Promoting responsible firearms use and helping kids at the same time. This is a charity event after my own heart.

Some of you have agreed to kick in financially to help with TFL operational costs, should that be necessary. It won't. If you'd really like to help out, though, your contributions and/or attendance at this event would be most welcome.
Rich

Bushwhacker
February 13, 1999, 12:27 PM
Hey Rich, I'm still waiting for a "excecutive" decission on the TFL T-shirts. ;)

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Justice for one,Justice for all.

Rich Lucibella
February 13, 1999, 04:06 PM
Flyer-
As soon as I find an "executive", I'll let you know :).

Seriously, the T-Shirts is a possible. Unfortunately, time wise its on a back burner.
Rich

Bushwhacker
February 19, 1999, 11:58 AM
Just wanted to bring this up to the top. ;)
So our new members could see it.

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Justice for one,Justice for all.

Q
February 19, 1999, 10:30 PM
Rich, if you would like or need any assistance on design/layout/etc for t-shirts, both "cornered rat" and myself are professional graphics people. I'm sure I can speak for him here by saying that we'd be more than happy to get everything to digital for you.

=Q=

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"Oh, grow up, 007."

Rich Lucibella
February 20, 1999, 08:32 AM
Q-
You're on. See my thread on T-Shirt Committee.
Rich

Rob Pincus
February 23, 1999, 12:21 AM
Thanks Again, Flyer....

Bushwhacker
February 23, 1999, 08:55 AM
Your welcome Rob.....

Rob Pincus
March 4, 1999, 01:16 AM
The National Shooting Sports Foundation for the 2nd year in a row has become a Gold Sponsor ($5000).

We involve the NSSF's "Step out" program in our event and are trying to achieve many of the same things as their own event are. WE try to attract new shooters, and try to make sure that they go home feeling god about shooting and their particiaption in the shooting sports. NSSF may not be as dogmatic as I am about the RTKBA meaning ALL arms, but they let me shoot my pistol grip Benelli in their trap and skeet events, so they are okay by me!

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-Essayons