2011 JDRF Walk for a Cure

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"My experience with Customink was incredible, we all loved our shirts so much. The service getting our shirts done and mailed to us was friendly and very quick. The shirts were ordered for the Juvenile Diabetes "2011 Walk For a Cure". The walk was a 5k walk at Reliant Stadium in Houston, Texas. Our team is made up of family and friends of Dylan Klovenski. Dylan is a seventeen year old boy that was diagnosed 3 1/2 years ago at the age of thirteen with Type 1 diabetes (better known as juvenile diabetes). Each year we compile a team together to help fight for the cure of this life-threatenting disease. We will be back next year to order our 2012 JDRF shirts and hopefully our team will grown larger. Thanks again Customink Ruby J Klovenski 2011 Sharp Shooters" - http://www.JDRF.org - 2011 JDRF - Sharp Shooters (Nov 18, 2011)

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comment by Guest - Nov 18, 2011 - back to the top

What a mighty fine looking group.

comment by Guest - Apr 28, 2012 - back to the top

Thank you so much for mentioning the adrlobae Mr. Incredible, Jack. He is an utter rock star who is living with Juvenile Diabetes since his diagnosis last June. While he's bearing up really well, there is such a REAL, GENUINE possibility that this disease could be eradicated in *our lifetime*. Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation is supplying critical funds to doctors and researchers conducting studies to try to find a way to wipe out this disease.Thank you, Shiloh for bringing attention to Mr. Incredible, and to this important fight! We're looking forward to walking in support of JDRF next weekend.You are wonderful! Thanks!