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Mirror Class Association - About, Contacts,... MCA branded clothing
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Introducing Mirror Class Merchandise for the 2012 Season PDF Print E-mail
Written by Martin Egan   

The Mirror Class Association MCA has put together a range of branded clothing from 'Wave' - a company specialising in branded kit for clubs and associations. This is a slightly different approach from previous years, with a wider range of products available from hoodies T-shirts, jackets, body warmers and more, and also available in loads of colours. For the first time you can personalise your garments if you choose, with the option of adding lettering like your name, the name of your boat, sail number or your own special message. There is a new logo design for 2012 which is printed on the back of the clothing. 

drawing of Mirror dinghy with spinnaker up and sail number 2012

The Mirror ‘M’ is either printed or embroidered on the left side of the chest of the garments.

You also won’t have to wait for the MCA to bulk-order stock, so no faffing with cheque-books and long delivery times, just order directly from Wave and await delivery (normally up to 12 days) then just turn up to the next event looking cool!

A small percentage of each garment sold goes to the MCA, so why not check out the great range of MCA clothing and support your class at the same time.  Simple follow this link: choose your items, select your colour and size, personalise your garment if you wish, go to the checkout pay and await delivery.

Any further questions then drop me an email.
Happy Shopping!!

Sarah Richards

 

 

 

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