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Hi Mike

I would never turn down a cupcake. In principle they are a great idea for getting people to the 
stand. However, after you have filled you face with one (or more) cupcakes you still need to take 
away something with a more enduring reminder of LibreOffice than crumbs down the front of your 
T-shirt or icing in your beard. You would still need pens or other swag in addition to the expense 
of the cakes.

My heart says cupcakes, but unfortunately my head says beermats!

All the best


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From: Simon Phipps <>
Sent: 19 December 2023 12:57
To: Mike Saunders <>
Cc: Marketing list <>
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-marketing] LibreOffice merchandise ideas for FOSDEM (and other events)

Hi Mike!

On Tue, Dec 19, 2023 at 9:52 AM Mike Saunders <> wrote:

Of course, whatever we produce and bring has to be affordable,
transportable and environmentally friendly. Let us know your ideas :-)

We have had good responses to custom cupcakes at events around the world
this year - they have the advantage of being locally sourced so you don't
have to travel with them!  I've not ordered any for Brussels events so
don't have a recommendation based on experience, but this supplier has been
tempting me (especially the mini cupcakes):



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