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!
Gaabs in "Paradise" by Family - about 3 years ago
Girl's Weekend 2011 by Girl's Weekend 2011 - about 3 years ago
Girlfriends by Girl's Weekend 2011 - about 3 years ago
Provo High School, Igloo, SD (Black Hills Army Depot) by Gary - about 3 years ago
"16 of the Class'sÃ‚ 22 Grads where present at our Class's 50th reunion Party; 6 of our class have past.Ã‚ The Party was held Friday the 15th of July, 2011 at the Holiday Inn Rapid City, SD. Rapid City is 75 Miles North of Igloo.Ã‚ The party was held there because the former Black Hills Army Depot closed in 1967, the school and town was torn down leaving only the Igloo's still standing. An all school reunion is held in Rapid City each Third Saturday of July since then. This was our 50th, and the shirts were the hit of the reunion. Ã‚ I have recieved only professional support from Customink. This has been a more than anyone could have hoped for, Thanks.Ã‚ "
Case of the hits by We got the hits! - about 3 years ago
never too young by dfd - about 3 years ago
CRUSH Breast Cancer Home Run Derby by CRUSH Breast Cancer Home Run Derby - about 3 years ago
"Customink was fabulous to work with. We will now be buying all of our team shirts through your company. Our previous supplier did not have the quality shirt and they were late with the order making us not have shirts for our first game. Your shirts are a better quality and the order was delivered 4 days early. This charity event was to benefit Susan G. Komen for the CURE of breast cancer. It was our 1st annual CRUSH Breast Cancer Home Run Derby."
YCH Nurses by YCH Nurses - about 3 years ago
Sweet foods. Sweeter Prices. by Jake Viola - about 3 years ago
"I'm a 20 year old college student navigating the waters of the second year of "Jake's on the Lake." It's a business I started last summer. With little money, I managed to buy a pontoon boat, a freezer, and a State of Maine Mobile Vendors License, and began my first foray into entrepreneurship. I set sail on the ice cream boat each day, and sell ice cream (and t-shirts) to the visitors to the lake. In two summers, I have gained some money for college tuition, but more importantly, many friends and lasting memories. "