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At the dawn of the new SAP Community Network, let’s do a little run down memory lane by checking out all the shirts that we gave away over the years:

Quite a collection. I created the video last year in the spring. Since then there was one more really important event where the participants got a t-shirt, and I am a very proud owner of that t-shirt. Which one is it?

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  1. Former Member

    Great video and nice walk down memory lane.

    I got several of those shirts myself and for me they are a constant reminder how I moved from a size M to a size L (and sometimes XL) over the time 😆


  2. Henrique Pinto

    I confess that when I first saw it I thought to myself “what?? More than 9 minutes?? No way I’m gonna watch all that!”. But then when I hit on play, what I saw was a history lesson on SAP and its online community. Watching the growth and evolution of these early “über geeks”  was so much fun that when it finished I was thinking “already?? I want more!”. Just awesome.

  3. Nigel James

    Oh very fun… I am glad that we stopped shipping as many t-shirts and started contributing to the World Food Program.

    I think I might have to do one of my own videos just like this – I have a few of my own including Innojam and DKOM shirts.

  4. Matthias Steiner

    Nice vid Mark. My all-time favorite would probably the the orange “Go ahead – make my Community Day” shirt. That’s a classic! Still wearing it once in a while 🙂

  5. Tom Van Doorslaer

    Is it just me, or did Mark put on a little weight during the video? 😆

    I wonder if you could still bend your arms far enough to take them back off again

    Some really cool shirts in there

  6. ' MoazzaM '

    Nice Video and creative Idea like always from you Mark Finnern and one thing. When you put on that grey shirt with make my community day you started looking funny due to wearing so many shirts 🙂 but I wish I could get one of them 🙁

    Thanks for sharing the history.



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