Outdoor Galore Store
You know if I had all the money in the world, I’d have blown it all by now trying to build the outdoor galore store in brick and mortar. And in gunnite, wood, fiberglass, and whatever else it took to make a circulating whitewater course, a tremendous skate/bike park, climbing wall, paintball arena, and anything else that I, in my dripping-wtih-moneyness, thought I would like to sell tickets to and indulge in myself.
Oddly enough, I don’t have all the money in the world. And those that do aren’t interested in building such a money pit and letting me spend my days there. The rich people spend a lot of time working with and worrying over finance… there may be something to that.
Anyhow, this is the digital age… so I can build a virtual store. The easiest way to do it at first is, of course, to ride in on some rich folks’ web-system that allows penniless schlubs like me to put up designs and make the rich folks another paycheck while leaving me still pretty much penniless. Wow. What a grand world we live in! Opportunities abound.
Anyhow, the plan is to eventually do business with you guys more directly, but for right now, there’s a nice skate deck with Paste on it available on Zazzle. If you order it, there’s even a little button you can click to have trucks and wheels put on it before it ships to you. For a less expensive option, you might order the deck, and put your own gear on it. Or buy gear from your local skate shop, thus keeping some kind of trade local, and that’s good.
All that’s a long winded way of saying “Hey, I got a zazzle site for Hubris.”
If you want free stickers instead of buying something, you still have to write me a Sidebar Subject article. Which means they’re not free, they cost you time and effort. Darn this world where things COST!