[Groop]GROOP MEMBERSHIP CARDS

Dieter Opfer dopfer@csu.edu.au
Fri, 24 Jan 2003 14:59:58 +1100


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Fantastic news! And would one of you wonderful US based Groopers like to
volunteer to collect the signatures for those of us who are unable to do
so for ourselves?

Dieter :)#

As far as I know the first Australian Grooper (joined the list back in
about 1995 or 6).

Nick Smith wrote:

> Hi everyone!
>
>
> Just been away and got back today, managed to read through all the
> stuff relating to the membership cards.
>
> Heres my thoughts : -
>
> -I have digital printing at my disposal, so I can print up a batch and
> cut em down to business card size no worries.
>
> Front have the image and text, the back jerkin Orange with a space to
> sign the card in the middle to sign. Printing double sided is tricky
> sometimes, and having images both sides can be a bit of a nightmare
> lining up, although I am not saying no at the moment, just letting
> everyone know.
>
> -If everyone would like them sent, so they can sign them and then get
> them laminated themselves, would be pretty easy too, and that way they
> can be signed. Funny that..J
>
> - Its true, Groo Crew sign EVERYTHING, so I donít think this
> necessarily needs to be signed by them to be legit or noffin.
> (especially since I own an original sketch card Gary)
>
> - Membership numbers and names will get time consuming, depending on
> how many groopers come out from lurking lol. Although I wont discount
> that yet either.
>
> - These will look cool
>
> OK thatís it from me for now!
>
> Cheers
>
> Nick
>
> http://users.bigpond.com/nick_smith/
>
> Nickís Groo Sketch Card Gallery
>

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Fantastic news! And would one of you wonderful US based Groopers like to
volunteer to collect the signatures for those of us who are unable to do
so for ourselves?

Dieter :)#

As far as I know the first Australian Grooper (joined the list back in about 1995 or 6).

Nick Smith wrote:

Hi everyone!


Just been away and got back today, managed to read through all the stuff relating to the membership cards.

Heres my thoughts : -

-I have digital printing at my disposal, so I can print up a batch and cut em down to business card size no worries.

Front have the image and text, the back jerkin Orange with a space to sign the card in the middle to sign. Printing double sided is tricky sometimes, and having images both sides can be a bit of a nightmare lining up, although I am not saying no at the moment, just letting everyone know.

-If everyone would like them sent, so they can sign them and then get them laminated themselves, would be pretty easy too, and that way they can be signed. Funny that..J

- Its true, Groo Crew sign EVERYTHING, so I donít think this necessarily needs to be signed by them to be legit or noffin. (especially since I own an original sketch card Gary)

- Membership numbers and names will get time consuming, depending on how many groopers come out from lurking lol. Although I wont discount that yet either.

- These will look cool

OK thatís it from me for now!

Cheers 

Nick

http://users.bigpond.com/nick_smith/

Nickís Groo Sketch Card Gallery

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