AEWA Windbreakers

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AEWA Windbreakers

Post by EX964IFE » Fri Apr 11, 2008 7:45 am

:D You know how the mind wonders when you're getting caught up on the daily
(weekly) e-mail traffic...

I was thinking about the AEWA logo on a windbreaker. I guess I got this from the
company (Southwest Airlines). They're big on promo. My thought was the simple
logo, wings with the AEWA letters running vertical through it, placed on the
front left side of a windbreaker. I think that would be an eye catcher. The
breaker could be color coordinated to reflect squadron colors.

I didn't see anything like this in the AEWA Store. Let me ask this. Is the logo
copy written? I don't want to violate anyone. Just thinking about local
manufacturing. I have no idea on the costs. I may check on this the next time we
go to Branson, MO. There's an outlet there that embroideries things like that.

Just another idea...

Feedback from the "pack"?

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Re: AEWA Windbreakers

Post by EX964IFE » Wed Aug 20, 2008 11:54 am

:D Looks like this is going to be a successful project.

:arrow: Please check AEW News for PROJECT:Windbreaker (Updates)

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Re: AEWA Windbreakers

Post by wildbill » Wed Aug 20, 2008 8:34 pm

Dave - You're right. It will be a successful effort. Delivery of the jackets should happen next week and I will start shipping.

For the future I am going to look at the full AEWA logo on Polo Shirts.

Thanks to you for the initiative to get this off the ground and getting the initial leg work done.

cya
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