Posted: May 5, 2006 8:28 pm
I think you could get away with calling it promo material if you get a list of all their touring dates coming up , and maybe some evidence of tours they've done in the past. You'll probably have to pay something though. leave it there until the buyer pays for them. Also a friend of mine from Germany went was gonna have to pay customs ofn some of my records, he told me how much it was gonna cost, but the next time he went back they just gave it to him when he said it was promo stuff. If you know who is booking their tour you may be able to get something from him that says it's promo material. I mean, it is...whether it's for sale or not, it ain;t no lie. Everytime I've sent shirts to Europe I've always hade to pay some sort of customs, but not too much per shirt.