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Viking T-Shirt

Tuesday, December 11, 2012



Here is an idea for our logo...Train Dirty, Eat Clean, Row Hard...then put Pink Vikings in the middle. One suggestion was to put a Viking helmet behind the logo.
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  • v ZOEANAEL
    Niiiiice! With some grey shading it would be awesome!
    1326 days ago
  • v SABRINASARAH
    I love this with the viking helmet behind it. Sounds perfect!
    1355 days ago
  • v NEWLEAF16
    I love this! And I like the viking helmet idea too. Would love to get one of these Tshirts for Round 21! emoticon
    1356 days ago
  • v EVER-HOPEFUL
    sounds good to me betty,love the coulor pink.
    1356 days ago
  • v JESSAAMI
    Yeah Betty, I like the Viking helmet idea you put in the comments below
    1356 days ago
  • v SURF@723
    I'm thinking logo in middle of helmet would look great, with like the Viking horns sticking out the side.

    Pink t-shirt, change colors on logo to different shades of pink, like darker shade of pink for circle and very dark pink for middle. Put Pink Vikings where Change Your Life is and Train Dirty, Eat Clean, Row Hard in circle.

    What do you think??
    1357 days ago
  • v EVER-HOPEFUL
    when i first saw this the other week i thought of our mantra as it was similar but what colours would you do a black t-shirt with pink logo or a pink t-shirt with black logo and pink writting etc,etc.i like the idea of a viking helmet and maybe this logo in the middle of the helmet.i also like mary ideas with peoples photos but donīt know how feasible that is.this idea is probably more feasible and when new vikings come in other rounds they could also have one if they want when no photos are on. emoticon
    1357 days ago
  • v CAROL494
    emoticon
    1357 days ago
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