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GLRF hosts booth at the 2015 San Diego Crew Classic

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Great weather and happy folks made for another successful Crew Classic.  Click here to see all the images from the event, and to upload your own.
06 April 2015 - San Diego; GLRF once again hosted a vendor's booth at the 2015 San Diego Crew Classic, 28 - 29 March.  The entries were slightly lighter this year due to a scheduling conflict with the women's Pac-12 Challenge.  Even so, crews from all over North America converged in San Diego for a weekend of typical California rowing: sunshine and calm water.

It was great to see GLRF members from both the East and West coast who stopped by to say hello and catch up.

This year marked the launch of the latest GLRF t-shirts, Port Curious and Starboard Curious.  The t-shirt design was a result of a rowing good samaritan who had stopped by the GLRF booth at the 2014 Head of the Charles.  He declared that he had an idea for a shirt and he would give it to us for free if we promised to make the shirt.  We said we might, if we knew the concept.  After he revealed the idea, we smiled and said, yep, you have our word.

Fast forward to the 2015 Crew Classic where the shirts were put on display and guess who stops by but the rowing good samaritan who jumped with delight at seeing the shirts on display.  Needless to say, we were happy to wish him well with a complimentary shirt and pride in our chest that we kept our promise.

Credit for the shirts must also go out to GLRF member Bob715 who did the final editing for the back of the shirt that made it so wildly popular among the booth visitors:

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Ever think about ... switching sides?

GLRF doesn't usually reveal our members' true identities but we are happy to give a hint to those rowing folks in the know.  He signs his emails as BBBBBB!


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