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!
Chuck's Memorial Shirts by H Rocco-Geissler - almost 3 years ago
"I ordered company t-shirts in memory of my father, the founder of our family business, that my family and friends wore after his memorial service that was held 10/8/2011. The back of the shirts said "The house that Chuck built" and listed his name, birth and death dates. I have worked with Custom Ink multiple times but this was by far the greatest experience with them. The t-shirts look great and they came in a timely manner. The shirt was so popular that more friends and family wanted them so I placed a second order! I will never use another t-shirt company again."
Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure by Sheena - almost 3 years ago
Badgers Celebrate in Style by nikki - almost 3 years ago
Region Champs sporting Senior Shirts! by Senior Shirt - almost 3 years ago
Team Gomez After The Win at Combat Zone 39 by Isaiah Gomez - almost 3 years ago
The Shacks going places! by The Shillington Snack Shack - almost 3 years ago
21st Barcrawl by Amys 21st! - almost 3 years ago
"For my 21st birthday I had a bar crawl at my school. The shirts were a great hit and everyone loved them. Some of my friends that didn't order a shirt were super bummed when they saw how cute everyone's shirts were. This was the best birthday I ever had and again the shirts were a great hit!"
Marsha Amerio Student/Faculty Charity Basketball Game by Churchville Chargers - almost 3 years ago
"On October 28th, Churchville Middle School held our 9th annual Student/Faculty Basketball Game! All of the money raised for the game goes towards scholarships for Senior Students at our local high school who are in the Special Education program to help them pay for college. Each year our community comes together to celebrate the memory of Marsha Amerio and keep her love for education alive! "