CMS T-shirt Poll Results

October 17, 2005 by

Would you buy a Church Marketing Sucks T-shirt?Last week we took a bit of a different approach with our weekly poll and asked if anyone would buy a Church Marketing Sucks T-shirt. We haven’t actually made T-shirts yet, but we’ve definitely thought about it.

33% were pretty strongly in the pro T-shirt camp. 27% had no interest in wearing Church Marketing Sucks on their sleeve. And 41% said it depends on the price and the design. While it’s not overwhelming support for a CMS T-shirt, it’s enough to be encouraging (or maybe just whelming?). We probably won’t roll out a T-shirt next week, but we’ll keep it in mind.

This week we’re asking about the Fallon ‘Churchy church’ ads. With only 25 votes it’s still pretty early, but so far 44% don’t like the ads.

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3 Responses to “CMS T-shirt Poll Results”

  • aaron
    October 17, 2005

    Personally, I voted for the third option because I really don’t think I’d wear a shirt that said “Church Marketing Sucks”, but I might wear something along the lines of the same message that’s a bit softer or a bit more subtle.

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  • Tyler
    October 17, 2005

    Wouldn’t buying a Church Marketing Sucks T-shirt be subscribing to a form of alternative church marketing?

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  • KM
    November 2, 2005

    I was just about to ask you guys about that. I’d wear a CMS t-shirt (and not just because CMS also stands Content Management Systems, lol). Shame you’re not going to make them right now… but I want to hear about it when you do. You suck! ;-)

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