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FM T-Shirts Close-out Sale!!

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beef

Ok Here it is....

We have 4 different types of T-shirts available. This is also a rough inventory list we have too. To order these shirts you need to call us here at Custom Silkscreening at our toll free number:

1-888-473-6884

Talk to Brad and he will take your credit card number.

Shirts are $5.00 each and shipping will be a flat fee of $5.99...

SHIRTS

Black Shirt

FM State Logo

Call For Sizes

WHITE Fish/Computer Logo

Call For Sizes

BLACK Concentrate Logo

Call For Sizes

WHITE Concentrate Logo

Call For Sizes

WHITE Net Logo

Call For Sizes

All shirts will be available to view As I will post them here soon..

Once these shirts are gone-- then they are gone!!!!! There is a VERY limited number of these shirts left...

Thanks!!!!!

Beef

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Rick

If you would like to see the T-shirts Click Here

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Shorelunch

Beef, are you located around Nymore Meats and the Corner Bar area? I'd like to pick up some shirts for work.

How late are you open? Thanks!

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Yeah we are in the Industrial Park in Bemidji.. I won't be in today but Brad is there... Call him at the shop number: 444-8085...

I will be around tomm. maybe...

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beef

I got my order today.Thanks for the fast shipping and the quality shirts. cool.gif

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beef

Thanks for the reply...

Glad you got them!!!

Shirts are going fast...

Beef

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Rick

How many fo you have left beef?

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beef

I can get the exact inventory today, but there are a handful left of each style...

This is a great deal on shirts...

Beef

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cluelessfisherman

Do you have them in 3x?

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beef

Some may be left.. I will post what is left for inventory here real soon..

Thanks,

Beef

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HERE IS THE CURRENT INVENTORY!!!

Black FM State:

(1) M, (3) L, (1) XL, (5) XXL, (1) XXXL

White Fish/Computer:

(1) M, (3) L, (3) XL, (2) XXL

Black Concentrate:

(1) M, (2) L, (4) XL

White Concentrate:

(2) M, (6) L, (5) XL, (6) XXL

White Net:

(2) L, (3) XL, (2) XXL

To order these shirts please call us at Custom Silkscreening at our toll free number:

1-888-473-6884

Talk to Brad and he will take your credit card number.

If you would like to see the T-shirts Click Here

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