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C.U.L.T. primary sponsorships are now on "IF" list (if there's room). Secondary sponsorships still available -- here's a clarification on SIZE issues for those...

By Andrew Pollack on 12/01/2005 at 12:25 PM EST

Ok, so my previous post wasn't clear enough. When I said you couldn't pick your sizes, some people thought that meant a random set of shirts which could leave them will all smalls or something. Not so. There's a ratio of shirt sizes we've refined over the years -- weighted to the crowd at Lotusphere (which tends to be weighted, if you know what I mean) but containing some of each size. We'll be having the shirts packed in groups of that particular ratio so each sponsor or secondary sponsor has the right weight. If someone wants a hundred shirts and does the secondary sponsor thing four times, they'll still have the same ratio as a primary sponsor or as a one time secondary one.

Kids, we really do try to be fair. The only exception to the rule, is that Rocky and I hang on to a small number of the only shirts above XXL. We only order a few of these 5xl shirts and the few people who need them can get them from us directly. They cost a bit more, and we really only need a very small number.


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