QERM T-shirts

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==Ordering==
 
==Ordering==
  
Please write checks or give cash to Derek McClure at Box ???, UW.
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Please write checks or give cash to  
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:Derek McClure
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:Box 352182
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:University of Washington
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:Seattle, WA 98195-2182
  
 
Even if you didn't respond to the survey, as long as you put up your money before the order goes out then we'll include you in the order. If last minute orders bring down the cost slightly, we'll put the few cents difference to a good cause.
 
Even if you didn't respond to the survey, as long as you put up your money before the order goes out then we'll include you in the order. If last minute orders bring down the cost slightly, we'll put the few cents difference to a good cause.
  
 
-[[User:Ian|Ian]] 15:20, 22 March 2008 (PDT)
 
-[[User:Ian|Ian]] 15:20, 22 March 2008 (PDT)

Revision as of 05:44, 23 March 2008

As of 3:24 p.m. on Saturday, March 22, the results from the Catalyst survey of t-shirt interest were as follows:

Green Shirt

The order tally for the green shirt with the equation on the back and the awesome squirrel-salmon logo on the front was at 36. This puts the cost per shirt at the low low price of $10.83.


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Black Shirt

The black, organic cotton shirt will have a more exclusive ownership, with 20 orders. It was described by one responder as reminiscent of the "skanky bands from the late 70s/early 80s." I believe this indicates that the design was a success based on the goals set by the designers. What strange circumstances led their math addled minds to cook up these goals is a separate question. The smaller number of orders and the more expensive fabric put the cost at $14.43 per shirt.

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Ordering

Please write checks or give cash to

Derek McClure
Box 352182
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-2182

Even if you didn't respond to the survey, as long as you put up your money before the order goes out then we'll include you in the order. If last minute orders bring down the cost slightly, we'll put the few cents difference to a good cause.

-Ian 15:20, 22 March 2008 (PDT)

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