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Arizona, Colorado, Jordan, Puerto Rico, and Nepal--Around the World with Esri T-Shirts!



Jack Dangermond Jack Dangermond, president of Esri, takes a moment to show off his T-shirt while at the Phantom Ranch on the bottom of the Grand Canyon, Arizona, in June 1999.

Nidal Saliba and Udo Kachel Nidal Saliba, senior GIS consultant, InfoGraph, Amman, Jordan, and Udo Kachel (without the T-shirt) pose at sunset on the shore of Jordan's Dead Sea (lowest point on earth!) during 1998's Fourth Middle East Esri User Conference. Udo, who decided to pamper himself by covering his body with the well-known mineral-rich Dead Sea mud, is supervisor of the ArcInfo-based Amman Network Information System project.

Kristi Lombard and Avis Webster Kristi Lombard (left), a GIS programmer with TASC, Herndon, Virginia, and Avis Webster, a GIS consultant with Berlin Consulting Associates, Tysons Corner, Virginia, display their T-shirts in Pokhara, Nepal, after their 14-day trek through the Annapurna region of Nepal.

Jim Korte, John Mosher, and Paul Tessar Jim Korte (left), John Mosher, and Paul Tessar (of Boulder County, Colorado's departments of Land Use, Road Maintenance, and Information Technology, respectively) gleefully show off their T-shirts among the tombstones in an Erie, Colorado, cemetery while on an errand for the National Geographic Society.

Harry Bottorf and Tony Martinez Harry R. Bottorff, GIS project manager, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Rock Island, Illinois, is shown wearing his T-shirt while standing with Specialist Tony Martinez (U.S. Army Reserves-Activated Puerto Rico) on a power generator at a water pump facility near Las Marias, Puerto Rico, in December 1998. Another view shows Bottorff using a GPS receiver to locate another generator deep in a nearby remote jungle. Harry was there using ArcView GIS to help with the recovery following Hurricane George. ArcView GIS helped locate, track, and recover generators used to provide emergency power for pumping water and other uses after the hurricane struck.

Wear an Esri T-shirt in a unique location. Send a photograph to Thomas K. Miller, ArcNews editor, ArcNews T-Shirt Feature, Esri, 380 New York St., Redlands, CA 92373-8100, USA. For T-shirt purchasing within the United States, contact Customer Service (tel.: 909-793-2853, ext. 1-1130; fax: 909-793-4801; E-mail: lseckrater@esri.com); for T-shirt purchasing outside the United States, contact your local distributor. For information on the feature, contact Thomas K. Miller (tel.: 909-793-2853; E-mail: tmiller@esri.com). See Esri T-Shirts at www.esri.com/arcnews.

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