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Medallion Team Registry and Custom Emblems – Captain Bo Peep

Still looking for media related to Jim Anderson and Bo Peep for the second part of Kevin Donaldson’s interview I need to finish.  If you have anything please message me!

Medallion certificate for Jim anderson
Medallion Patches and certificates. Example is from Jim Anderson, captain of Bo Peep and his flock of sheep.

Here is a scan from the March 1993 issue of Paintball Sports (Magazine) on the Medallion Team Registry which shows an image of Bo Peep’s certificate.  Being a writing/photographer for Paintball Sports Jim Anderson likely took this photo to go along with the listing. 

Does anyone remember anything about the Medallion Team Registry or Register their team back in the early 90s?

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