Monday, 19 November 2012

For a limited time, you can order t-shirts or sweatshirts with a Turley Family theme on the front and back.  Don't wait or you will miss out on this unique Christmas gift for your family.  Orders must be placed by Nov. 30.

The Theodore Turley Family Organization is offering these shirts to help raise money to be used to cover the costs of running the organization, including newsletters, research, website hosting, leadership meetings and other expenses.  At least $5 from the sale of each t-shirt and sweatshirt will go directly into the general funds of the organization. Thank you to Wayne Turley for facilitating this shirt sale & fundraiser. 

Color:
Navy with white print

Design on the front:
Map of all the places Theodore Turley lived, with the text "I’ll Go Where You Want Me To Go"

Design on the back:
"TURLEY" in block letters (like a sports jersey)


Available Sizes:

Child sizes S, M, L, XL
Adult sizes S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL

Available Styles (prices include shipping):

Short sleeve t-shirt $13
Long sleeve t-shirt $17
Hooded sweatshirt $26


TTFO Shirt Order Form.doc (41 KB)
TTFO Shirt Order Form.pdf (59.21 KB)

Please make your check payable to "Theodore Turley Family Organization”.  To order one or more shirts, please fill out this form and send in by mail or email by Nov. 30.  Orders will be mailed the week of Dec. 10. Thanks for your support! 

If you reply by email to place your order, please follow up with a check in the mail (check needs to arrive by Dec. 10).  You may also pay by Paypal balance transfer to turleyfamilyorg@gmail.com.  Please do not pay by credit card because of the fees Paypal charges to process a credit card payment.


Mail To:
Theodore Turley Family Organization
c/o Hilary Turley
6028 Old Quarry Loop
Oakland, CA 94605

Email To:
turleyfamilyorg@gmail.com


Questions?

Contact Wayne Turley at 480-246-6505
Monday, 19 November 2012 15:00:35 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)  #    Comments [2]  | 
Wednesday, 28 November 2012 04:33:30 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
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