I'll send you a free t if you guess right....I'll know in 2 weeks for sure. stay tuned.
Being in Hawaii, obviously the post office is a better shipping method, although $1.90 is a bit on the low side, my guess is it's first class and not priority.BTW- I went to ups to send them in poly mail bags and they wanted between $15-20 to send each. I went to the post office and it cost me $1.90
i agree with this.My guess is that they send it back, unopened, to protect themselves from a lawsuit.
If I were a giant company like that, I would send a shirt back because if I send it back unopened and a month later come out with a similar design by chance (they have lots of designers, constantly churning out ideas based on market research) you cannot say I stole your design, and sue me. You might anyway, but the returned, unopened design will not work in your favor.
I think to get your shirt in the hands of the right person, you would have to know someone on the inside.
This is the reason many of us are confused. There's no such thing as "no reason at all", but your motivations aren't clear in this case. I don't think we mean anything by it, it just makes people curious is allIf a person wanted to send a t-shirt they made to a large industry, sports or otherwise, for any reason (promotion, give away, no reason at all),
There's a reason for thatBy reading the posts so far, apparently no one here has tried it.
Yes, but why should we care about the result? To what use could someone put this information? In short, why is the experiment worth conducting?I will be able after my experiment to let everyone know for sure the response. That way if its possible- I can tell others -otherwise we are all guessing. I hope my expermient is beneficial to at least someone. (some one has to try it?)- greggy
'A person is measured by not what they have accomplished in their lives- but how much it takes to upset their happiness.'I'm surprised you guys aren't getting it. I think his motives are pretty obvious. He sent them to specific people with the hopes that they would see the quality of his work and would offer him a contract to design and make shirts for their companies.
It takes a lot to upset my happiness. I'm preparing to make hoodies for my granddaughter and a friend of hers. They both want it for their brothers local football team to wear to the games. She has no clue as to the amount of work that will be involved and of course I'm doing the printing for her free of charge.'A person is measured by not what they have accomplished in their lives- but how much it takes to upset their happiness.'