So, yeah, this happened.
That's Adam Q in the photo. He doesn't work for Fringe, but he was a good sport.
I also had an interesting conversation with my oldest daughter on Halloween eve.
I was driving her to a haunted house in our neighborhood, still wearing the tutu (which both my daughters and my wife LOVED).
Vivi: Dad, are you embarrassed?
Me: Embarassed by what?
Vivi: You're dressed like a girl.
Me: I don't think girls are embarrassing.
Vivi: That's not what I mean. *You* are a boy.
I did another few rounds with her. BTW, Viv is 7. But what I brought it back to is- I was not embarrassed because I know (and am totally comfortable with) who I am, and I knew Vivi and her sister and my wife would find the dress funny- and so would a lot of other people too.
And *I* found it funny.
But the funny thing is... I know myself reaaaaaaally well... but here's a secret- we're still figuring this out a little bit about Fringe.
We know that we are super committed to our mission of:
Great gear at a great price with world class customer service
And beyond that, we live our core values (aka The Fringe Sport Way):
But how can we positively affect your life in the most impactful way possible?
If you know what Fringe Sport means to you... can you shoot me a quick email at firstname.lastname@example.org?
It doesn't need to be any longer than a sentence or two... but it can be as long as you want.
Oh, and the sale for this week is OneFitWonder kettlebells and dumbbells. We're doing up to 30% off- and they're of course the best 'bells we can make.
Thanks for your time,