Lee, I think thats a great idea.
As four colour I would vote for not white since the older white ones
look pretty bad now ;-)
James Keast - Halifax, Canada
> >Jim Gordon - Maryland
> >Lee Jordan - California
> >Tom Northup - California
> >Rod Pelosi - New Zealand
> >The names would be alphabetical, and you would have to email me your
> >name and location in order to be included. Yes, there would be a lot of
> >names, and that's part of it. Also, it's great to see you name on a
> >shirt and be able to recognize others by their name there. There would
> >be at least three columns, depending on the number of people who would
> >send me their approval. With Hershey's approval I would put "We whistle
> >while we work" and add some kind of line (not yet solidified) like
> >"Socref - The Referee's Virtual Watering Hole."
> >I know that some members asked for a design to be able to wear in games
> >and other things, but this is not to officiate in, it's to let people
> >know what you do.
> I like to wear my shirt to identify as a list member and to have something
> I can change into when I am on the sideline of a game but am not
> officiating, such as at tournaments, etc. Therefore, the idea of having it
> appear too close to an actual ref shirt would not appeal to me. I like the
> idea of having the names and locations of consenting members, and I also
> like having the URL address on the shirt. The owner of the site also has a
> multitude of other sites, but SocRef appears to have the largest number of
> subscribers by a long shot (some don't have any) and therefore, flaunting
> that size would tend to attract other members, which is a good thing.
> As for a slogan, how about "SocRef -- YHTBT!" for 'YOU HAVE TO BE THERE!'?
> Steve Garcia - California
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