We reveal the winning slogans in our recent competition, soon to appear on our RW apparel range
When we launched a competition to find the perfect slogans for our new RW apparel range, your ideas poured in.
We narrowed down more than a thousand motivational phrases to these four winners, and now we're delighted to reveal (over the next four slides) how they’ll look on our range of vintage tees. Each of our winners (five in total) will receive a full set of Runner's World kit (vintage tee, performance tee and hoodie).
We're just putting the final touches to our online shop (in association with Pro-Direct Running). We'll let you know as soon as it's live, you'll be able to pick from a range of colours and even add your forum name to your apparel if you fancy.
So, my suggestio, below, was a failure.
Some have been available on T's through cafe press for ages
My Pace or Yours
So they're not even original*. Can't believe they didn't go for Nipples on Fire. I might have to make that one myself.
[edit: *lawsuit, anyone? ]
Unfortunately my suggestion of "If you can read this, then the b*tch fell off" is A) Unoriginal, and B) Doesn't really work in this context.
Unless it was a piggyback race
The Duckinator wrote (see)
Unfortunately my suggestion of "If you can read this, then the b*tch fell off" is A) Unoriginal, and B) Doesn't really work in this context.Unless it was a piggyback race
kittenkat wrote (see)
The Duckinator wrote (see)Unfortunately my suggestion of "If you can read this, then the b*tch fell off" is A) Unoriginal, and B) Doesn't really work in this context.Unless it was a piggyback race *cough*
My pace or yours is such a nike rip off.
could you not have selected original deisgns?
All in all a magnificent success. Sounds like the competition should have been who can plagiarise the best t-shirt. I'm surprised one of the winners wasn't 'Just do it'.
My shorts weren't brown when I left the house.
having checked on said slogans, 3 have been used and are still used by t-shirt/sports companies and said slogans have copyright on them.
get ready for a legal fight RW.
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