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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 voting for your favorites.
Submit your own photo for a chance to win $100 off your next order!
Carp's Crew - Walking to Defeat ALS by Carps_Crew - about 4 years ago
"This is a shot of Carp's Crew, a team organized to honor our friend Steve who is battling ALS (Lou Gehrigâ€™s disease). We wore our CustomInk shirts with pride for the â€œWalk to Defeat ALSâ€ held in Elm Grove, Wisconsin on October 11th. The event helps raise money and awareness for the ALSA, an organization dedicated to building hope and enhancing the quality of life for all ALS patients, while aggressively searching for new treatments and a cure. CustomInk was a pleasure to work with. I was a first time customer and was pleasantly surprised with how easy to use and effective â€œThe Labâ€ was. Customer service was outstanding! CustomInk is the only site I would recommend or plan to do business with in the future."
Herndon Ultimate Frisbee by HHSultimate - about 4 years ago
Lyndon Student College Student Ambassadors by MEC - about 4 years ago
FC Trinity Raptors by Raptor - about 4 years ago
Curesearch Milestones Walk 2009 by Bellafesta1 - about 4 years ago
UPS Plane Pull for Charity by UPS_Plane_Pull_Team - about 4 years ago
"This phot shows our 2009 UPS Team competing in a benefit Plane Pull for the Special Olympics Virginia. The pull is a fun team competition to see which group can pull a 164,000+ pound air bus (pictured with the UPS Team) the fastest. Teams are made up of 25 members, who all line up adjacent to a huge rope attached to the aircraft. The starter signals when to start and starts the stopwatch. After the team pulls the aircraft 12 feet, the stopwatch stops and the elapsed time is recorded as the team score. This event was on October 3rd, 2009 at Dulles Airport."
Calvert County 2009 C League Champs by FamilyGuys - about 4 years ago
"Our softball game is posing for this photo after going 4 -0 and winning the C league tournament championship! The awesome thing about our team is all of the players are my family members, spanning 2 generations... along with 4 generations of fans at all of our games. It has made our family very close... and the "Family Guys" jersey very popular. I have already had requests from fans to order them a jersey as well, just to so their support. Thank you CustomInk!!! My experience was terrific... they even called me to suggest a color change, saying the colors won't contrast in "real life" as well as they did on the computer... they were right and the jerseys looked sweet!!!"
"There is an event the first and second weekend of October in Fulton County, Illinois called The Spoon River Drive. It's a sort of all town flee market in all the little towns along the Spoon River. This is our 10th year going as a group and our second year wearing matching t-shirts from CustomInk. We have a second name for the Spoon River Drive; Eat Fest. We mainly love going and eating all the exotic vendor food items like fried candy bars, tenderloins as big as your face, rib eyes, doughnuts, onion rings, bratwurst, apple cider, apple dumplings, and the list goes on from town to town. There is a place, a high hill, called Mt. Pisgah, which was at one time an Indian village. Local Native Americans set up teepees, drum circles, and other exhibits there. The land Mt. Pisgah changed hands this year and was under threat of not having the exhibits on top of the mount ever again. It's a favorite of everyone's so I designed a shirt that was both reflective of Mount Pisgah on the front, and showrf our Eat Fest side on the back. One of the Native Americans set us up with great props for our group photo. Strangers were actually saying to us, "I want one of those Mt. Pisgah shirts." We learned while we were there that The Spoon River Drive will continue on Mt. Pisgah next year, which made everyone very happy. We loved our shirts last year and we love them this year. CustomInk does a great job."
Battle Buddies by ClaireJ - about 4 years ago
"Battle Buddies was formed to help support the fight against breast cancer. Lincoln, NE held their 9th annual Making Strides walk Sunday October 18th, 2009. Our team's moto was "We Fight The Battle Together." We walk, so that no one should ever have to fight the battle of cancer alone!"