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Re: R15 polo shirts 2019/10/24 16:34:00 (permalink)
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Alan,
 
What is the material?




Cotton/polyester mix. 
 
http://m.ralawise.com/home/productSpec/4201
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Re: R15 polo shirts 2019/10/24 17:10:29 (permalink)
Disappointing.
IMHO, if we as a Region support a specific charity, then that is what we should do in every way possible.
This is an easy way to do exactly that.
It's an up-front, proportionate, small additional charge - which will go directly to our chosen charity.
Not hidden, or revealed at the last moment like a tip in a restaurant,  
That said, if it is voluntary, I am happy to offer to pay £23 - same as a PCGB head office shirt, without the postage charge, but with personalisation and regional badge too.
It seems like a win-win to me.
(I understand that in December's Porsche Post, a new Club Shop Magazine will be included). 
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Re: R15 polo shirts 2019/10/24 18:57:25 (permalink)
tscaptain
Ok, I'll make it optional.  £16 for the shirt and a voluntary contribution of any amount to go to the charity - for all the time and effort it's taken me to get to this point.

 
I think that's entirely the correct decision Alan, as not everybody feels the same way about charitable donations.
I'm sure most members will wish to continue making a contribution to R15's chosen charity without the need to make it compulsory.
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Re: R15 polo shirts 2019/10/29 07:31:47 (permalink)
I'm now taking orders for the polo shirts.  They come in mens and ladies styles. 
http://m.ralawise.com/home/productOverview/4201
If the link doesn't show the shirt enter product SS402 in the search box to view.
 
The Region's colour will be navy.  Other colours are shown on their website.
Sizes
The sizes available are:-
Men
S 35/37" M 38/40" L 41"/43" XL 44/46" 2XL 47/49” 3XL
Ladies
XS 8 S 10 M 12 L 14 XL 16 2XL 18
According to the supplier these are accurate.
Addition of your name is optional
Cost £16 per shirt with a voluntary donation to the Children's hospice.
To order
Email r15@porscheclubgb.com with
a) Number
b) Colour (navy preferred!)
c) Size ( Men's or ladies)
d) Name on shirt Y/N.  If so, full name or just first name,
 
I will send you an email back with info on how to pay.
 
 

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Re: R15 polo shirts 2019/10/30 23:41:40 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby DEVONJOHN1964 2019/11/01 14:31:38
You can see Martin modelling () their shirts on this thread, to give you a better idea of the style and logos
 
https://www.porscheclubgb.com/forum/tm.aspx?m=1040886#1042901
 
And here's a photo of him in a non logo navy colour
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