RISC OS kit of the t-shirt kindBy Chris Williams. Published: 12th Nov 2002, 03:57:22 | Permalink | Printable
Alert. Sobering "softwear" puns detected.Send us a press release. If it's about RISC OS then we'll publish it. We might poke a little fun at you, we might instead dish out some creamy bowls of praise, we may alternatively ask for some pizza. Whoever said life was fair? Joking aside for a mere second, you probably ought to know that last night Young Enterprise branch Sober got in contact with drobe.co.uk (and quick-off-the-mark-for-a-change-iconbar.com) to tell us about their new RISC OS t-shirt product line.
"Sober are pleased to announce Acorn/RISC OS T-Shirts", states company director Andy Duffell in the Sober press release. "For as little as 5.99 GBP you could be the proud wearer of our quality soft-wear. You can either use our pre-made design (see website) or send us your own design and we will produce it."
It must be t-shirt season or something in RISC OS land, despite an impending cold winter, typical of the UK. It's also worth pointing out that Sober do non-RISC OS t-shirts, just so you know, and you can get full pricing and contact/ordering details from here. Now you have no excuse, everyone should have some kind of RISC OS clothing in time for the Midlands show.
Sober website (note: the intro crashes Oregano every now and again, so you may want to skip the intro)
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