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Serah D.'s Comment
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Can visors be included with the baseball caps?

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By "visor" do you mean the type of cap that is basically a baseball cap with the top cut off? I would expect they'll have that sort of thing.

Yap, those are the ones!!

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Matt 's Comment
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Maybe direct it towards kids like grumpy`s little man or princess. Or pops little trucker!

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Brett how do we find your items on cafeepress that's where the link took me to. I looked up Trucking Truth but couldn't find anything.

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We're setting up the store now. It isn't live yet. We're fiddling with the artwork and the selection of items and all that. When we get the store up we'll let you guys know.

One of the big things we're finding is that you get huge discounts when you order in bulk. And by huge I mean nearly 50%, even with as few as 25 items. So ultimately we'll have a massive selection of items to choose from but we'll likely have a handful of popular items that we can order in bulk and sell much cheaper.

We're also going to be able to do some custom stuff I think, like putting someone's nickname or CB handle on their item.

CB Handle:

This is the nickname people use on the CB

OOS:

When a violation by either a driver or company is confirmed, an out-of-service order removes either the driver or the vehicle from the roadway until the violation is corrected.

Matt 's Comment
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And could possibly sell merchandise at the mid Atlantic truck show!

Maybe direct it towards kids like grumpy`s little man or princess. Or pops little trucker!

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Brett how do we find your items on cafeepress that's where the link took me to. I looked up Trucking Truth but couldn't find anything.

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We're setting up the store now. It isn't live yet. We're fiddling with the artwork and the selection of items and all that. When we get the store up we'll let you guys know.

One of the big things we're finding is that you get huge discounts when you order in bulk. And by huge I mean nearly 50%, even with as few as 25 items. So ultimately we'll have a massive selection of items to choose from but we'll likely have a handful of popular items that we can order in bulk and sell much cheaper.

We're also going to be able to do some custom stuff I think, like putting someone's nickname or CB handle on their item.

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CB Handle:

This is the nickname people use on the CB

OOS:

When a violation by either a driver or company is confirmed, an out-of-service order removes either the driver or the vehicle from the roadway until the violation is corrected.

Florida Phil's Comment
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-Lightweight or heavyweight denim woven shirt (long sleeve & shirtsleeve)

-woven flannel shirt with quilted lining

-Skullcap (beanie) -balaclava -bandana

Joshua J.'s Comment
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Skull caps for sure!

Parrothead66's Comment
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How about baseball style bump caps. In safety colors.

Pete B.'s Comment
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"Do NOT knock on this door," "Do Not Disturb," or something similar... magnetic sign to place near the handle of the front doors, to discourage lot lizards from disturbing me while sleeping/napping?

John C.'s Comment
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How about a toy truck-trailer set for newbie practice. Based on a practical suggestion from Errol V. Might also make great gifts for truckers kids.

Pete B.'s Comment
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Taxi drivers in this town wear those left-arm sleeves, to keep the sun off their arms. Do truckers wear those? Or is there a 'truckers tan' where left arm is red or tan and right arm is white? If truckers do wear those, there's another idea I'd commit to... a TT left-arm sleeve.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Eric G.'s Comment
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I could see things like a maybe a hoodie, or fleece pull over with the TT logo on it or over the heart. those would be good for the cold locations, and months. Maybe some items for the pets driver s have with the TT logo. (watering/food bowls) bandanas with the logo.

if I can think of more ill send them in. I would be down for a t-shirt, cap, and hoodie.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
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