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Saturday, January 23, 2010

If you don't understand this, you don't know Team Rubicon

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  1. LOL. good one. thumbs up.

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  2. This says it all.
    Also, reminds me that graphics are the best way to communicate TR's mission.
    We need those donations to flow! Mark Taylor, TR supporter who posts here, is a graphics / photo guy--don't know him, but I just checked out his website-- markdtaylor.com
    What about a Mark-designed TR Logo?? Would make a great fundraiser... with so many boots on the ground Rubicon will need the cash.

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  3. ....And a slogan!

    Team Rubicon. The Power On Your Side.

    Team Rubicon Is Rolling, The Others Are Stoned.

    Help Team Rubicon. Help To Survive.

    Action Defined Team Rubicon.

    Donate Team Rubicon. Donate To Safe A Life.

    Heh, maybe I'm getting too excited with creativity.

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  4. @ Claudia
    Actually talked to Jeff about this today. I'm emailing Jake's sister to see if she's worked up anything (She's a graphic designer). Told Jeff TR should sell shirts to raise funds. Team Rubicon Stateside for supporters, and get Team Rubicon Haiti shirts screen printed for the guys when they need more shirts.

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  5. Hahaha. Made me smile. You guys are awesome. Doing such great work.

    @aitchlala

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  6. Mark -- I've written up ideas (mostly products & colors... I only think in words, definitely not a graphics girl). I'll email WD doc to you; you can pass on anything you think is worth a second look. Some stuff would be easy to set up: just choose colors etc and order through online product site (cafe press?)

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  7. @Claudia
    Email me at beufferd at gmail.com

    (off topic, I thought you were my mother-in-law)

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  8. @Mark
    Done. (No, no relation, though I'm in MN which may qualify as local for Wisconsin!)

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  9. Great laugh over the maze. My prayers are with you all. I am a commercial fisherman and we live on hope, but I give you all my share of hope until you feel you can return home.

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  10. A picture is worth a thousand words. Keep up the great work!!! It is people like you who TRULY make a difference!!!

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