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    Do you want the Pitmaster Club Patch?

    We are thinking about ordering a bunch of these embroidered patches with iron on backs. They would sell for $5 to members including postage and handling. I have one on my baseball cap and others on my shirts.


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    I'd love a t-shirt with that logo on the back and a small version of it on the front.

    I'd put the patch on an apron.


      I’d order one for my apron too. That is a great idea.




          Even five bucks for p&p to Norway?


            Meathead I’m with Old Glory on the T-Shirt idea also. I’ve always wondered why we don’t have that option yet. I think a pocketed T-Shirt would be even better, small logo on the pocket and larger a larger one on the back. I’d like to see us have at least some kind of T-Shirts available. But the iron on patch is a good idea also.

            EDIT: Hawker pointed out, link below, we already have T-Shirts 🤷‍♂️
            Last edited by Panhead John; June 22, 2021, 11:03 AM.


            As others have said, I'd love that to put on my apron


              I'd buy several.


                I'm passing. The only articles of clothing I have with logos are UPS uniforms and a Los Angeles Dodger cap.


                • bbqLuv
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                  There is so much traffic in Los Angeles you have to be a Dodger to keep from being hit by a car, truck, or bus.

                • TripleB
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                  bbqLuv You know that is why they were called the Dodgers. In Brooklyn back around the turn of the century, trolley cars were a big hazard and people were hit by them quite a bit. So the avoidance of being hit by a trolley car is where the name "Dodgers" came from.

                T-Shirts? Are you guys aware of this? https://www.cafepress.com/amazingribs/15208259
                and this https://pitmaster.amazingribs.com/fo...ed-team-shirts


                • bbqLuv
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                  I am Now.

                I would buy one!


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                  • ssandy_561
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                    Well, OK $5

                  Let me know where I can send my money!


                  • bbqLuv
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                    send it to me

                  Yes sir sign me up for a couple


                    For those that own the popular Hudson waxed apron, note that Hudson has told me that heat could burn off the wax, so we’d probably need to sew this one on.



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