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Re: HummerXClub Store

Postby H3_Mafia » Wed Jun 11, 2008 12:06 pm

This company's tire covers are made in the USA...
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Re: HummerXClub Store

Postby Seth » Wed Jun 11, 2008 2:15 pm

Mark wrote:How many people would be interested in getting an HXC hat?

Only if they looked good. So many times companies make hats and go cheap and they just look dorky. If it was a baseball cap with embroidery, I'd be down. Just don't make it one of those cheap flimsy hats. I got a few Hummer hats that just look terrible. Also, fitted hats look best. The flex fit hats are the best fitted hats because they flex to fit your head and cover a few different sizes.
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Re: HummerXClub Store

Postby Rich » Wed Jun 11, 2008 2:21 pm

Seth wrote:
Mark wrote:How many people would be interested in getting an HXC hat?

Only if they looked good. So many times companies make hats and go cheap and they just look dorky. If it was a baseball cap with embroidery, I'd be down. Just don't make it one of those cheap flimsy hats. I got a few Hummer hats that just look terrible. Also, fitted hats look best. The flex fit hats are the best fitted hats because they flex to fit your head and cover a few different sizes.


X2!!! Cheap hats look dorky. Though I think fitted hats would be impractical and I do like the ones that have a sliding strap with a clasp.

A guy that does hats, shirts etc. came on the first mojave run with us and provided free hats. Very nice quality and I wore it all the time. I'll see if the maker is labeled inside.
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Re: HummerXClub Store

Postby MuddyH3 » Thu Nov 13, 2008 10:19 pm

question! where does everyone get the hummerxclub stickers from? like the ones that go across the windshield... or the side of the truck? What ever happened to the designs that i posted for approval? any chance they can be resubmitted for approval?
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Re: HummerXClub Store

Postby Seth » Thu Nov 13, 2008 11:29 pm

MuddyH3 wrote:question! where does everyone get the hummerxclub stickers from? like the ones that go across the windshield... or the side of the truck? What ever happened to the designs that i posted for approval? any chance they can be resubmitted for approval?

http://www.hummerxclub.com/merchandise.html is where you can get the long window decals.
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Re: HummerXClub Store

Postby Bellvis » Tue Jan 06, 2009 1:02 pm

HXC STICKER SALE:
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HXC Members:
Small Decals (11.5" x 1") --- Buy 1 for $4 (Reg. $6)
Large Decals (22.5" x 2") --- Buy 1 for $8 (Reg. $12)

HXC NON-Members:
Small Decals (11.5" x 1") --- Buy 1 for $5 (Reg. $6)
Large Decals (22.5" x 2") --- Buy 1 for $10 (Reg. $12)

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SALE ENDS JANUARY 31ST!

PM ME IF YOU ARE INTERESTED!
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