@FREEUSER @Babyiamback That is very harsh I get they are not stunning but they are OK and certainly much better than the Honey range which are just good painting clothes My only criticism would be why waste money on them? Who in their right mind would wear a walking advert for a finance company in public? Similar in how it makes me laugh when Americans wear politician promoting clothes
If the stuff is good I would 100% wear Freetrade branded stuff.
Hoody arrived. Excellent quality. Thanks @sampoullain and team!!!
The hoodies are great quality and quite stylish.
That’s fair enough and I respect others views:+1: I just personally don’t want to be like the chicken on the side of a road spinning an advert sign but not getting paid.
Just to know,
I am a R6 investor but didn’t receive any emails from Freetrade. Is it ok?
It’s really not like that, it’s not a t-shirt that says ‘get freetrade’, its a jacket thing with three pink lines on it, most people won’t know what it is unless they know.
Oh come on it is 100% a publicity scheme and odd not to acknowledge it for what it is. It is a conversation starter to gain publicity same as every other brand that does it. If they really wanted to just give a reward they would give shares.
Merch is the best way to give (the item) and also take (the free publicity) a bit nothing wrong with that.
Anyone know when the R6 badges are due to land now that the merch is being delivered?
Tbh it’s publicity and a conversation starter.
I’d happily wear the hoody out and about for errands/grocery shopping.
I wear branded clothes of brands I don’t own and give them free publicity. So wearing a hoody of a company I own is publicity but each additional member boosts the value of my individual shares, so at least I’m rewarded for it unlike with my other clothes.