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Sourcing fair-trade t-shirts (was: producing, distributing, storing Debian t-shirts)

also sprach martin f krafft <madduck@debian.org> [2017-05-01 21:37 +0200]:
> Make it fair-trade and printed by people with disabilities, like
> we did for DC15, and it was somewhere around $8.

Since people have asked off-list: the contractor that Daniel Lange
identified was

  Caritasverband für Stuttgart e.V.
  Bereich Arbeit, 7 Siebe
  +49 711 8878652

and the product we ordered was

  + Fairtrade,Kids STTB938,"paints"

at 4.79 €/piece. Printing was 2 € each, as well 30 € or so one-time
incidentals, net price.

Since they work with people with disabilities, they only need to
charge 7% VAT (vs. 19%) in the EU, which helps keep the price low,
and in the end, you end up with something close to 7€/shirt (we
printed 700) of them).

If you want to work with them, you might want to quote the following
from our order:

  Contact person: Herr Schupp
  Order ID: 2015-19310-287 E

Hope this helps.

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