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Personal, Multi-Use Graphic for a 25th Anniversary of an Annual Golf Trip
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Personal - Not Business. I run an annual golf outing with friends from College. Our 25th year of doing this together is comiing up and I'm looking to commerate this with a graphic I can use for multiple purposes (tee shirts, add graphic to emails, other printing etc.)
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As above, we are looking for a simple graphic for multiple uses: (tee shirts, add graphic to emails, other printing etc.). The activity is the 25th anniversary of an annual golf outing of college friends. Our name for this year's commemorative event is: MB-XXV. The MB stands for Myrtle Beach (the golf location) and XXV is the year, which we do in roman numerals like the super bowl. The basic design is MB-XXV with 2 separate tag lines: MB-XXV Making the Turn MB-XXV Where Your Balls Are Always In Play The first is a bit more serious; meaning 25 years is first part, and the next 25 years is the final part (in golf terms "maiking the turn" relates to starting the back nine The 2nd tag line is more like the college boys style we return to each year; laughing, joking, drinking Bloody Mary's for breakfast, beer on the course and liquor in the evening The 2 MB-XXV (with taglines) could either share graphics, or have different graphics (based on the information above); I can imagine either some simple graphics worked in to support both; or a different set of graphics that support the double entendre, but are still tasteful enough to wear on a tee shirt in public .
Our audience is our own golf group; 25 years after college, we still go on an annual golf trip and roll back time
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