This Washington Football fan created the ultimate design for the name ‘Scouts’

One Washington Football fan took the hypothetical designs to the next level in his complete rebranding of the team under the name ‘Washington Scouts.’

Michigan-based graphic designer Zack Rueger proposed Scouts to replace Washington’s previous mascot in hopes of honoring Native Americans. In describing his inspiration, he wrote, “Scouts celebrates the proud tradition of Native American culture and the inclusion of scouts into the military.”

He went on to reference the impacts Native Americans had on the military such as the 29 Native American soldiers who were awarded the Medal of Honor or the Alamo Scouts during World War II who ran 108 missions without losing a single person. Rather than removing the team’s previous connection to Native American culture, Rueger believed Washington could honor them in its new name.

In addition to coining a name, he created a plethora of logos, jerseys and branded designs that the team could

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This custom camper van was created out of a Ram ProMaster for less than $20,000. See inside the design from one of the newest camper converters.

Dirtbag Conversions' Ram ProMaster build.
Dirtbag Conversions’ Ram ProMaster build.

Dirtbag Conversions

  • Oregon has a new camper van conversion company: Dirtbag Conversions, which was officially registered in May.

  • The company was founded by Kevin Marquardt, who has been converting vans for several years under the “Dirtbag Conversions” name.

  • Despite the company’s infancy, Marquardt has already seen a large number of inquiries, which he attributes to the coronavirus pandemic.

  • One of his builds, created on a 159-inch ProMaster with a high roof, was completed for under $20,000 for a client who wanted a van to take on long weekend trips.

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There are a multitude of van conversion companies in the market right now. One of the latest to enter the scene, Dirtbag Conversions, turned a 159-inch Ram ProMaster high roof van into a custom camper RV for under $20,000 for a client who wanted a van to

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This $115,000 2-story home on wheels was created to disrupt the tiny-home market — see inside the ‘Henderson’

Henderson
Henderson

Movable Roots

  • Movable Roots specializes in creating tiny homes, whether it be custom build or one of its five flagship models.

  • Its first flagship model, the Henderson, is a two-floor, 330-square foot tiny home that sits on a trailer for $115,000.

  • The lofted Henderson includes a kitchen, joint bathroom and laundry room, and two bedrooms.

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Movable Roots specializes in creating tiny homes on wheels, including the Henderson, a two-floor, 330-square-foot trailer home for $115,000.

The Henderson design came after two of the company’s founders, Nikki Cheatham and her husband Mike, decided they wanted to disrupt the tiny home industry, Nikki told Business Insider in an email. Before the conception of the Henderson build, the Cheathams were seeing tiny homes that looked more like dated log cabins than unique modern builds that resemble a “regular” home.

Now, Florida-based Movable Roots has four

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