For those of you who aren’t aware of the annual MBVRC shirt sale, this is the second annual fundraiser for us. We aim to raise enough money to provide grants to people who are doing research at Mount Baker.
Time to order MOUNT BAKER VOLCANO RESEARCH CENTER 2009 fundraiser t-shirts!
Support geologic research at Mount Baker. The 2009 design is new, by Melissa Park, grad student at Western Washington University; a black version is shown in the attachment. The stencil in all cases is white. This year’s shirt shows a steaming Mount Baker from Table Mountain. Shirts are printed in Bellingham by locally-owned Amjay Screenprinting. Forward this announcement to friends and colleagues, but keep the order deadline in mind: THE ORDER DEADLINE IS MONDAY, MAY 4TH
Orders outside the US- please add $5 for shipping
Men’s short-sleeve: $15 each
Men’s long-sleeve: $20 each
Women’s long-sleeve: $20 each
Women’s heavy cotton short-sleeve: $15 each
Women’s light cotton short-sleeve: $17 each
Kid’s short sleeve: $15
HOW TO ORDER: Send an email with your choices of size(s) and color(s) to: firstname.lastname@example.org Include a mailing address. THE ORDER DEADLINE IS MONDAY, MAY 4TH
PAYMENT: Please pay right away with a check (US funds only), made out to Mount Baker Volcano Research. If you are on Western Washington University’s campus, you may leave this check, in an envelope, in Dave Tucker’s box in the Geology Department office. Or, mail it to: Shirts c/o Dave Tucker 708 13th St. Bellingham, WA 98225 USA
In all cases, with your order, PLEASE PROVIDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS SO WE CAN NOTIFY YOU IF THERE ARE DELAYS OR COLOR OR SIZE PROBLEMS
DELIVERY: Shirts will be mailed to you. If you have a box on the WWU campus, they can be left in your box, unless you order more than will fit. Then we will arrange delivery by email.
Visit the MOUNT BAKER VOLCANO RESEARCH CENTER WEBSITE AT http://mbvrc.wwu.edu
REMEMBER THE ORDER DEADLINE IS MONDAY MAY 4TH
Monday, April 20, 2009
We recently received the following email from the Mount Baker Volcanic Research Center:
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