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We need your help to pick the next Strong & Flexible colors. [message #22586] Thu, 13 January 2011 21:59 UTC Go to next message
avatar bitstoatoms  is currently offline bitstoatoms
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Hi All,

The Winter Colors are coming to an end we need your help to pick the next Strong & Flexible colors.

The Winter Red is staying until end of February for Valentine's day, and the rest will retire at the end of January. What next batch of colors would you like?
Nancy has made a poll so you can to help us decide on the next batch of colors (deadline to respond is next Wednesday end of day). We have selected a range of colors available from our suppliers, and includes colors we've had available before as options as well. Take a look at the color chart and let us know what colors you would like to see next?

We will take a look at your suggestions, do some testing and introduce a new batch of colors as soon as possible.

Also let us know if there are any colors you would like to see as permanent options like Black Strong and Flexible or are you happy to have seasonal and event based colors?index.php?t=getfile&id=6596&private=0



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Re: We need your help to pick the next Strong & Flexible colors. [message #22592 is a reply to message #22586 ] Fri, 14 January 2011 00:03 UTC Go to previous message
avatar woody64  is currently offline woody64
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As I also proposed in the poll I would like to see a fixed color set of
grey, darker red, dark brown, winter green and green-blue
and if you like some seasonal colors.

Very important for me would be a fixed standard set!

Fantastic would be to choose any color by rgb value.
Would also be great if a subcontractor is willing to do this service, even if there is a bigger startup price.


[Updated on: Fri, 14 January 2011 00:08 UTC]

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