Ink of the Week
Each week, we reward the CustomInk customer whose photo shows the most group spirit through our photo contest. Help pick this week's winning photo by rating your favorites.
Submit your own photo for a chance to win $100 off your next order!
Community Clean up by YAM - over 2 years ago
"This is Pastor Daniel C. Page and the Youth and Young Adult Ministry (YAM) wearing our shirts supporting our local community by volunteering our time for the Community Clean Up day. We wore the shirts to promote our ministry to others that young folks can be out on the streets doing wild things especially within the inner city, but there are young folks who are inside and outside church taking part in fellowship and blessing others as we are truly blessed."
Alpha Psi Omega Relay For Life! by Katie - over 2 years ago
"We're members of Alpha Psi Omega- Kappa Phi, a theatre honor society from Texas A&M University Kingsville that loves to give back to our community! This year we wanted team shirts not only for our members, but also for our pledges that were ready to help raise money to finding a cure for cancer (Relay For Life)! Almost all of our members have had loved ones that have or had cancer. In the back there are a few members that don't have shirts because not everyone was able to afford for a tshirt and we didn't have the funds to sponser others as we wished we could. But those members came out and supported our team from 7 pm on a Friday night till 4 am on a Saturday morning by walking, jogging, and running for our team! They and everyone else also helped out by raising money with our comedy show, Relay for Laughs, and selling patches for our Relay For Life quilt which all the money raised went to Relay for Life. A chance to win will help out our members that couldn't afford a shirt and if we're picked, we can all be able to afford a shirt and be able to make all members shirts for our next event. THANK YOU!"
Kick for a Cure 2012 by Bradley CureSearch Club - over 2 years ago
"This photograph was taken of Bradley CureSearch Club at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. We put on a fundraiser called Kick for a Cure in April 2012 to "kick" children's cancer. The event, a kickball tournament, was a huge success and the money went to CureSearch for Children's Cancer. Our club loved the t-shirts that we designed on CustomInk.com, they turned out great! We had a very pleasant experience working with CustomInk. "
Diva Dash by Leon's Ladies - over 2 years ago
"Austin, TX, April 21, 2012, Diva Dash We had a great time participating in this obstacle course race. My daughter and I decided to run the race and came up with the name "Leon's Ladies." CustomInk allowed us to make our dream a reality. We ordered extra shirts for other ladies in the family because we have more races planned."
Team Emily Autism 5k by Pooglett - over 2 years ago
"This is a picture of Emily and her little sister, Lilly, following the Dan River Autism Awareness 5 K in Danville, VA. Emily is a lover of people and animals. She enjoys helping and is a wonderful big sister. Emily is an awesome kid with Autism. Emily was the inspiration for our team in the race "Team Emily"."
"This is a photo at my birthday party, where I gave out the t-shirts as a party favor/going away for college gift. I've used CustomInk to make lots of different shirts for clubs, events, teams and more at my high school (Choate Rosemary Hall), and I developed my own brand, "Kaideas." These shirts are a culmination of the dozens of designs I've made throughout high school. I told my friends that memories may fade, but bright orange t-shirts shouldn't. "
Team Tit-Tastic wearing our shirts at Burgers, Boobs & Beer Night - our fundraiser for the 2012 Avon Walk for Breast Cancer! "In Boobs We Trust" by saraamin6 - over 2 years ago
"Team Tit-Tastic has used CustomInk for our team t-shirts since 2009. We always have the best customer service experiences and are sure we'll come back every year. This photo was taken at our Burgers, Boobs & Beer Night which raised funds for the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer. The evening was a success at more than $2000! Our shirts say "In Boobs We Trust" and they were such a wild hit, we're going to place another order for our donors/supporters next week."