More than 70,000 votes were cast over the 3-week tournament, and in the end, the last t-shirt standing was the Superman logo.
It wasn’t an upset of epic proportions, but it was an upset nonetheless, as the Superman t-shirt beat out #1 seed “I HEART NY” with more than 60 percent of the vote.
To view the entire 32 t-shirt bracket and see results of each matchup, click on the image below.
Marc Katz, President of CustomInk addresses 250 Inkers at the opening of the new Reno location.
CUSTOMINK CONTINUES TO GROW; ADDS SECOND LOCATION IN RENO
Creates Up to 300 New Jobs With New Facility
Fairfax, VA – February 10, 2014
CustomInk, the “design online” custom t-shirt company for groups and occasions, announced today it is opening a new 58,000 square foot facility at 9390 Gateway Drive in Reno, Nevada. This is CustomInk’s second facility in Reno since it came to the area in March 2012. Operations at the new location will include sales service and other customer care activities. The company currently employs 320 team members in Reno and expects to generate nearly 300 new jobs in Reno within the next five years.
The new facility will enhance CustomInk’s presence in the western U.S. and help the company provide the highest level of customer care by delivering custom t-shirts quickly, efficiently and on time. Since its founding in 2000, CustomInk has grown to be a leader in the $5 billion custom apparel market, exceeding $170 million in annual revenue in 2013. CustomInk has sold more than 50 million shirts, and employs nearly 1,000 people nationwide.
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WASHINGTON & TYSONS CORNER, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Revolution Growth fund today announced a $40 million investment in CustomInk, the web-based, market-leading custom shirts company for groups and occasions. The investment will support CustomInk’s rapid expansion and new growth initiatives as it approaches $200 million in annual revenues, with year over year growth of 50 percent. As part of the transaction, Ted Leonsis, co-founder of Revolution Growth, will join CustomInk’s board of directors.
“The company has already experienced tremendous growth, and we look forward to using our own experience building consumer brands to help the company strategically accelerate that growth.”
“CustomInk sits at a sweet spot of community, creativity, social commerce, and technology. They are revolutionizing their category by combining these elements with a deep dedication to the needs of their customers,” said Ted Leonsis, co-founder of Revolution Growth. “The company has already experienced tremendous growth, and we look forward to using our own experience building consumer brands to help the company strategically accelerate that growth.”
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“Gail’s Groupies” win this week’s Ink of the Week contest!
“On 10/26/13, 45 adults and 14 kids rocked out these fantastic t-shirts while walking in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event down at the Chicago Lakefront. Currently my mom is 4 years cancer free, and with family and friends we made strides to help find a cure. Although the team “Gail’s Groupies” is made in honor of my mom, our t-shirts speak the truth. We walk for all survivors and fighters and especially those close to our hearts that are listed on the back of our shirts in a pink ribbon.”
Visit the contest and vote for your favorite.
TYSONS CORNER, VA – Marketwired – Aug 20, 2013
Today, CustomInk announced the launch of its annual Be Good to Each Other campaign (www.customink.com/stopbullying) Coinciding with the back-to-school season and October’s National Bullying Prevention month, the campaign encourages student groups and others to take a stand for kindness and tolerance by designing and wearing custom bullying prevention t-shirts.
All profits from the sale of shirts will benefit CustomInk’s non-profit partner — PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center (www.pacer.org/bullying), which unites, engages and educates communities nationwide to address bullying through its resources.
As in previous years, celebrities from the worlds of TV/movies, music and sports are lending support to the campaign.
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