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kingkenny
-30th March 2004, 13:58
Hi ok here they are:
new picture on introduction page:
http://www.leonpaul.com/
very flash. :grin:

New section in LPJS :

http://www.leonpaul.com/lpjs/lpjs.htm

This is a charity for kids and could help raise them some extra money.
Also see the picture of Jason Flyming (guy from lock stock who supports the charity in lp fencing gear.
http://www.leonpaul.com/images/ljps/general/hope_charity_link.jpg

and new section in the news compairing our products with others to show the diference in design. :eek:
http://www.leonpaul.com/news/general_news.htm

kingkenny
-30th March 2004, 14:05
Also added ljs entry form for Bristol team under 9.
http://www.leonpaul.com/news/comps.htm

uk_45
-30th March 2004, 18:58
In the middle of the new photo the guy (his name escapes me) looks scary

kingkenny
-31st March 2004, 07:03
Its ben McLean.
He is a realy nice guy and reebok were going to use that picture in a advert in a big magazine but in the end went for something else and so they gave the picture to me and said i could use it.
I love it it realy looks like he wants to win.

http://www.leonpaul.com/news/team_s/ben_mclean.htm

uk_45
-31st March 2004, 15:22
Yeah it really show ditermintion. But just i donno funny!

Steve
-10th April 2004, 21:06
Originally posted by Kingkenny

and new section in the news compairing our products with others to show the diference in design. :eek:
http://www.leonpaul.com/news/general_news.htm [/B]

I was just wondering how often this would be updated/added to?

kingkenny
-27th April 2004, 09:31
I will probably do a comparisson for a jacket either 350N or FIE and possibly masks and bodywires.

The problem is that to take the photos and edit them to make all of the features easy to see takes quite a while. I think the huge number of differences that are immediately obvious does make quite a good case for LP :kit: though ;)

reposte
-27th April 2004, 10:14
I really think, and I wrote so on the questionnaire, that an over seas service provider must have a much detailed photographic account of its products. It gives a far greater sense of assurence when you set out to buy something you can't really see when there are large and clear photos.
You should take that in mind, a little bit of free marketing psychology advice! ;)