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We are fast approaching our 20,000th member. What can we do to celebrate/welcome them?

 

A virtual party?

A free T-shirt (with request for donation)?

 

 

Any other ideas?

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I'm sure that many of us have been watching out for this latest landmark in numbers.

 

I was ready to PM myself, but we don't really have anything we could physically offer. I'm sure that by the time we hit 30k, and definately 50k, there will be something though.....

 

Still, the offer of support from 19,999 other like minded individuals is probably appreciation enough :D


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I'm sure that many of us have been watching out for this latest landmark in numbers.

 

I was ready to PM myself, but we don't really have anything we could physically offer. I'm sure that by the time we hit 30k, and definately 50k, there will be something though.....

 

Still, the offer of support from 19,999 other like minded individuals is probably appreciation enough :D

I like the idea of a BAG T-shirt. I could wear it every time I visit the bank:razz::razz::razz:!!!

 

It could also be a revenue earner for the site. Could we have a design competition and get to vote to choose three different designs? There's a site in the States (cafepress?) that does sponsored merchandise although it might not be the best deal. I'm wearing one of their T-shirts now bought via another site.

 

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I feel positively ancient... I remember us getting all excited when we hit the 5000 mark!!! :D

(that was on March 9th, by the way, which gives you an idea of how this site has exploded!)

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I'm currently discussing t-shirt printing with a forum member who does that for a living.

 

It's certainly an option.


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I am sooooo excited. Member 19,998 just joined. Surely today will be the day we reach 20,000!!!:lol:


 

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We have - see this thread


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