[wplug-board] WPLUG sign -- please look at this ASAP
pwagstro at andrew.cmu.edu
Sun Apr 23 19:02:45 EDT 2006
On dom, 2006-04-23 at 15:03 -0400, chris teodorski wrote:
> Bill Moran wrote:
> >On Fri, 21 Apr 2006 16:46:02 -0400 (EDT)
> >chris at teodorski.com wrote:
> >>I went to FASTSIGNS today -- the company I had been working with for a
> >>WPLUG sign. The woman I worked with bent over backwards to accomodate us
> >>-- and ultimately came up with the following:
> >>A 36"x24" PVC sign. The top 15 inches will be our color logo, the bottom
> >>21" will be dry-erase white board so that we can write the meeting topic
> >>on it.
> >>She was really willing to work with us price-wise -- unfortunately, she
> >>was only able to come down to (including tax) - $133.60 (which is less
> >>that 1/2 of the first quote).
> >>If I can get approval, deposit, and artwork (adobe illustrator format) to
> >>her by Monday morning -- she can have the sign to us by Thursday or Friday
> >>at the latest.
> >>So -- what does everyone think?
> >You've seen their stuff and the quality is good, correct?
> >1 This will be REALLY nice to have.
> >2 We'll buy it once and should be able to use it for many years.
> >3 This will make WPLUG look more professional.
> >a We're in the midst of a lot of concern about finances. This is a bit of
> > a stiff expendeture.
> >b We could buy a standard white board for a few bucks, print out a color
> > version of the logo and glue it to the top half of the white board and
> > have something similar for a lot less.
> >My specific questions are:
> >I) How much of a concern do we feel (a) is?
> >II) How much nicer would the FASTSIGNS sign be than (b)?
> >III) Should we add discussion about raising yearly dues to the next
> > board agenda?
> >IV) Why do all TV reporters have the same hairdo?
> Since, I've only heard from Bill -- I'm assuming this is a no go? I
> don't care either way -- I just need a decision one way or another --
> and I'd prefer a majority vote...
I'm fine with it. I think it certainly makes us seem more professional.
Which is something I've been working toward.
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