Date: Fri, 15 Nov 2002 09:16:50 -0600

Author: "Cliff Bettis"

Subject: Re: PIRA Logo

Post:

Machele,

Do you know if changing technology (I am thinking of color printers that do
T-shirt transfers) has changed the economics of this? I was the last person
to have T-shirts made and at the time it was a lot cheaper to go monotone
and I am wondering if that is still the case.

Do you remember if we had actually voted on the choices you had posted? I
can't remember if we actually came to a conclusion. If anyone else want's
to comment on the history of this issue, please feel free to refresh my
memory.

Cliff

----- Original Message -----
From: "Machele Cable"
To:
Sent: Friday, November 15, 2002 8:54 AM
Subject: Re: PIRA Logo


> What I'm doing isn't formal...it came about from the t-shirt issue we
> discussed several years ago. I came up with a lot of colored logos and
> everyone liked this one the best, but I finally got in my head what
> people were syaing about printing...that it needs to be monotone for
> cost. So, I just redid that logo since some people had asked me about it
> in Boise.
>
> As far as I know, these are just T-shirt ideas and no formal changing of
> the lighting bolt 'official' logo is in the works. I'd be happy to post
> your idea too (and anyone else's).
>
> Chele
>
> Jerry DiMarco wrote:
>
> > How is the selection of the logo going to be handled? Did it
> > just happen or is the process still open? After our lengthy
> > discussion on this topic some time ago I made a rough sketch for a
> > logo too. It is based on the themes that were most often mentioned,
> > namely (1) retention of the lightning bolt or something similar, and
> > (2) the fact that some of us are teachers. Is it too late to submit
> > ideas? I kind of expected a more formal process...
> >
> > Jerry
> >
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