The weather is getting colder, and I have only short sleeved CF gear. My fiance may not recognize me if I don't have Cyclone Fanatic on my shirt somewhere. Are there plans for CF sweatshirts, hats, long sleeved shirts, snowpants (your welcome Brian)?
There have been numerous talks, but nothing official as of yet. Unfortunately it all comes down to financing and something that we dont have a lump some of. Besides the licensing loop holds just for using the name "Cyclone" becomes a headache.
Thanks for checking in and make sure to stay tuned in case something rolls off the presses.
"You must try to generate happiness within yourself. If you aren't happy in one place, chances are you won't be happy anyplace." -- Ernie Banks
It really just comes down to what people want and if there's enough demand. I have to buy the merchandise up front so it helps to have some fairly firm numbers and commitments before I order anything. I can get just about anything made, the demand just has to be there. If you guys want to start a thread with a poll or something asking what people want, I'd be happy to accommodate. We do have plenty of t-shirts left but I don't currently have a link up on the site to the store.
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