[QUOTE=tnathan;85466]I called shells marketing group a year or so ago. I got some intern and she was nice but never did anything. I was hoping to get reprints of some of the years that I missed and figured they would be happy to oblige since it builds customer good will.

At first the internet was opotomistc and said she would get back to me. She said they use to sell the posters in their boutique but they have since closed it. I said I would be happy to buy back issues if they would sell them to me. Or, if shell has no interest could I get a copy of the files that I could send to a printer to make me a duplicate. Or, if they want to control the file, if they would send the file to a printer I would pay the printing costs. She said she would check. I followed up a few times and never heard anything again.

If you search on the internet, there are also some old discussions that shell would post the poster as a pdf on their site for download. Those links are all long gone now. So, sheíll at one time had the electronic files and would let the public make copies.

Not sure why they wonít make these available. I wasnít into them when I started going to oshkosh. Now I would like to fill out my collection for the years I was there but just canít find them anywhere.


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I appreciate the insight. I'm sure they have better things to do than track down posters for everyone. I was just hoping maybe I'd missed their booth and might still have a chance at a poster. Doesn't seem that way though. Bummer. The posters are fun! The posters I'm most proud of are the posters I've collected from the marathons I've run over the years and the Airventure cow posters. Quite a few hanging in my office at home.

Well, amongst all the other draws, I'll just add it to the list of reasons to return to Airventure next year!