|I have a solution to the RBR jersey problem!||I Love Shimano|
Oct 20, 2002 6:21 PM
|Gregg, etc, listen up.
I heard that the owner of Consumerreview.com is a Filipino. Here in the Philippines, there is a company that makes jerseys that cost only 300 pesos each. That's $6! The quality is pretty good, and the prints are ALMOST as good as the ones by Nalini (IMO anyway). If you want, I can post a pic of me wearing my club's jersey which was made by the comapany I am referring to.
Anyway, since the owner of the site is Filipino, maybe he can have some jerseys made since the minimum order for a custom jersey is just 5 pieces. He can do this the next time he visits, or he can ask a relative who lives here to do it for him. Shipping door to door should be cheap. And at $6 (this is retail, wholesale should be cheaper), RBR can make a killing selling the jerseys for, say $15 each right? Not bad for a caompany that is in need of cash.
Gregg, if you want, I can post the name and contact number of the company I am referring to.
Just a suggestion!
|re: I have a solution to the RBR jersey problem!||tremblay|
Oct 20, 2002 9:28 PM
|At those prices, even us Canadians can afford to buy them. ;)|
|Third world prices...||I Love Shimano|
Oct 20, 2002 9:33 PM
|...chump change for you guys!|
|How come ...||irregardless|
Oct 20, 2002 10:13 PM
|a person from the Philippines is called Filipino with an "F" instead of a "Ph" ?|
|Dude, I have no idea...(nm)||I Love Shimano|
Oct 20, 2002 10:42 PM