I've not set up for Paypal. I checked into it at one time, but it didn't work out. I'll be on a business trip until April 26th, then I'll be shipping any t-shirt orders that are in the P.O. Box.
Thanks for the inquiry,
Dan i was wondering if you have any sizes other than a large t for the wife she takes a small or medium. id like to know which sizes to order. were gone to order two neoca 5th gen t shirts. ill send you a money order this week and include the extra 4 US dollars. thanks Todd
I have one of my '72 elky without the background. I removed the background myself, so it didn't come out as good as a graphic artist would do.
Can email it to you if you'd like. I won't be upset if you don't use it, as I know you want them to look perfect. I'm sure you'll be getting tons of volunteer pics.
Not sure if this fits within this post, if not I can post it in a more appropiate forum.
This is NOT a replacement for "official" NECOA products but...
I came upon this web site called http://www.cafepress.com. You can create your own "products" using your own pics of your Elky (or whatever else you'd like) and make an online "store". You can make shirts, coffee cups, stickers, etc.
It is very easy and fairly straightforward. And best of all, it is free to set up your own online store. After it is set up, you can purchase your own products. The only cost is when you (or someone else) actually purchase something.
If you go to my home page and scroll to the bottom, I have a link to it. You can see some samples of what I am talking about. I plan on adding more things once I get new and better pics of the elky, because it has changed in appearance.
I created mine just for my own use, but anybody can use it. I've ordered a few products and they come out pretty good. Not professional silk screens quality, but very good for the price.
I can always tell when my daughter wants something from me, she is wearing a shirt with her dad's Elky on it. Can't turn her down.
Cafepress is what I have been looking in to. The best thing is no set up fees, no out of pocket expenses. With the premium service, we could create several different designs for the items. Also, members could send pictures in and have them placed on the items as well.
Good deal Robert. I did not want to be "stepping on people's toes", but Cafe Press is a decent place to do business with.
Maybe members could combine graphics of their own Elky and some "approved" NECOA / ECC logo's on their own gear? Would make some quite unique items.
When I have ordered items from them, the web site is easy, secure, and fast. The order is confirmed via email and you recieve notification of the complete process (shipping, billing, etc.)via email.
The only problem I have, and this has nothing to do with CafePress, is getting good quality pics without backgrounds is kinda challenging. I use computers every day, but graphics are not my speciality.