Bullheart T-shirt slogans needed…
A beautiful anonymous donor by the name of Marion from Winchelsea* has donated an amazing sum of money to go towards our quest to raise awareness and end sarcoma. I have been emailed by countless people asking if there would be wristbands, T-shirts, frame/car stickers or other merchandise available in support of Bullheart/Sarcoma UK. So we have decided, in collaboration with Al from SpokeShirts.co.uk, to produce a run of T-shirts initially to gauge interest, with the profits from each shirt going to two charities; Sarcoma UK, and the Bristol Childrens Hospital.
Now we need your suggestions for catchy slogans. The standard tag line for Team Bullheart is;
“Because we don’t give up. Ever”
But I like them a little edgier;
“Kicking Sarcoma in the nuts since 2009”
“Know your limits. Then exceed them”
Hey! Sarcoma! F*&# you!
Please post your suggestions and we’ll go from there. Many thanks!
(*This is not his/her real name or location. Thanks Marion)Posted 6 years agoromsterSubscriber
Here’s my contribution matey – if you need anymore ideas drop me a line/mail.
I’ll be kicking the Romster t-shirts back up very soon so I am in busy design mode at the moment, I had to put it all on hold to move house and get settled, 2 and half year olds need a lot of persuading so time to run it all just evaporated!
Anyway dude take a look – if Al needs any help give him my mail.
Hope your keeping well. Andy
Posted 6 years ago
Probably a bit to much print but…
Bullheart Logo on the front. Centre left – just where it should be!
On the back, like a bands ‘tour date’ schedule only it’s significant events – perhaps including personal stuff
xx xx 09 DiagnosedPosted 6 years ago
xx xx xx Bullhearted
xx xx xx Joggle
xx xx xx Discovered Singlespeeding
xx xx xx Created baby bullheart…
xx xx xx MM
xx xx xx Confounded the consultants
xx xx xx All Clear
xx xx xx SSUK
xx xx 11 – Still touring – We Don’t Give Up – Ever
Being all grown up and ‘markety’, people see/hear so many empty platitudes these days that stuff like ‘Know your limits. Then exceed them’ rarely mean anything. Anything that suggests that anyone can beat ‘terminal’ cancer is out too, as Marks story only proves that Mark can beat it. I’d wear a t-shirt that just said petesgaff – then you get to tell the story to people who ask what it means. But I’m weird.Posted 6 years agoveedubbaSubscriber
Not really relevant to this thread, but you should consider making your original thread into a book. I’ll bet there are plenty of people in the non-MTB community who would welcome such a positive message and extraordinary story.
I’ll have a shirt too when they go on general release. 🙂Posted 6 years agodon simonMember
not now cancer, I’m busy
I like this, there are too many up there ^^^^^^^that are either too wordy or just trying too hard to be witty with a serious message, and fail on both counts.
I like the idea of the “tour dates”, branding bullheart as a rock band could work, except you wouldn’t get any support from TJ. 🙁
Maybe something more abstract, more image and less wordy would raise more interest and questions.
just my two penneth.Posted 6 years agophilconsequenceMember
+1 on the book, can’t see why Macmillan wouldn’t want to be involved? my dad had super rare cancer too, only person alive with the diagnosis in the world that the docs are aware of, set up a charity for all bladder cancers after finding out there isnt a bladder cancer charity in the UK with his consultant and other members from his team and support groups around the country, he wrote a load of blogs from diagnosis, through to treatment and setting up the charity… fallen out the habit now but a lot of the macmillan crew (other blog writers, forum users) kept telling him to make a small book out of it.
always nice to read a positive story of recovery when you’re facing an uncertain future and your worlds been turned upsidedown!
anyway, back to t-shirts. ‘hey cancer, i’m gunna boop you on the head… BOOP… lol’Posted 6 years ago
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