Wanderluster, Traveler, TDIClub Enthusiast
- Jul 2, 2000
- Springfield, VA
- ‘18 Tesla Model 3D+, ‘14 Cadillac ELR, ‘13 Fiat 500e
Half my glassware is your pint glasses. Maybe I need some shirts too.Speaking of shirts, I'm sending up some Meyerhoff Auto Haus shirts with aj8888 this year as a general contribution. Y'all can decide to use them however you want.
I ran out of these a few years ago but I was pressured into printing more by some of my former customers who claimed that it was their favorite shirt of all time. ��
Yes! We're actually having the shirts printed with ink this year, instead of the screen printing that we've done in previous years.Does anybody make t-shirt ink that breathes? Every time I put on a Fest shirt, I wind up with a soaking wet back.
Yes! We're actually having the shirts printed with ink this year,...
No more sweaty backs!
It figures that something has to sweat, but much better a full bodied brew than a full body bro'.We'll have TDIClub pint glasses for you on-site.
Thanks for the goodies! We will probably raffle a few off in addition to selling them at the merchandise table.I will be sending up a couple of cases of pint glasses with member mslaptoptx as well. Again, just for handout fodder or whatever the organizers wish to do with them.
Nash_TDI, out of curiosity where did you acquire your Meyerhoff pint glasses? Previous Fest? I remember that I sent some stuff up in '11
It's just a quick 1,400 mile trip north! Perhaps next time.Here in Texas it really makes little difference what kind of shirt you're wearing.
Your back is going to get sweaty.
I've always wanted to come to a Fest, it just never seems to work out.
OMG!!! I see it too!!!!I'm sitting here without my glasses and I saw (and now can't un-see) a different image in the fest logo as reproduced in low-resolution in VeeDubTDI's avatar.
I see the brown back side of a horse, with a white tail and the 20 and 16 become the back of the rear legs.
Maybe it's the failing eyesight, maybe it's the beer, maybe its the farm up the street that spread manure this afternoon, or maybe it's just me being my usual me.