Vote for my t-shirt!

I continue to be amazed at all the incredible people in my life who have offered their support, encouragement, and talents to help me accomplish my goal of raising $1000 for Mith Samlanh Friends AND running in my first marathon. I’ve nearly reached $950 with checks and online donations, and despite a little glitch injury that happened over the weekend during my 20-mile run, I’m in great spirits and looking forward to hitting the trail again today.

I also woke up this morning to find some AWESOME shirt designs for race day. John Weeks - a fellow blogger and friend from my time in Cambodia - and his team of graphic artists were kind enough to offer their time to design me a shirt. Not a small offer with their huge workload and the Cambodia BarCamp coming up this weekend. The designs are included below and it’s important that I make a decision TODAY about which one I prefer so I can finalize the design and can get this thing to print tomorrow. I would love to hear your thoughts! I am definitely leaning towards the Khmer writing and the runner in orange.

Please place your vote in the comments, including any additional suggestions you might have. I’ll be wearing a white t-shirt with the image on the front. If you’d like to learn more about the race and why I’m doing (and help me meet my fundraising goal), click here.

I’ll announce the winner here tomorrow. Thank you John and Team!!!
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12 Responses to “Vote for my t-shirt!”

  1. 1 Stacey

    I vote for #2! I think it will come across best on a white t-shirt running down the street. #3 is my second choice… We’re rooting for you!!

  2. 2 kerry

    I’m voting for #4, but if you decide English is better than I like #3.

  3. 3 Michaela

    Hmm, I just realized I can do a front AND a back. I’m thinking now about doing a Khmer side and an English side!

  4. 4 Shane

    I like #3 for the front, except in Khmer. #2 for the back. Awesome!

  5. 5 Ben

    i vote #6.

  6. 6 Megan

    I love the front & back idea. Perhaps using #3 and #4? That would be my pick. If you just use the English, my favorite is #2.

  7. 7 Johanna

    I think #5 and #6 are really strong and would come off well while running.

  8. 8 Andrew Cohen

    I like #3 and #4. Ideally you could put one language on the front, and the other on the back!

  9. 9 Wendy Harman

    I like #4 for the front and #2 for the back.

  10. 10 Melissa

    My sentiments exactly: #4 and #2 all the way!

  11. 11 Stephanie K

    My vote is for 2 for the English and 4 for the Khmer. However… I think the 2009 needs to be in the same blue as the rest. So it sort of looks like a negative of the front. Make sense?

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