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!
Falcons Winter Workouts by Coach - over 3 years ago
"This is the February group that went through our PAA Baseball Winter Workouts, along with the coaching staff, to prepare for the upcoming season. When I originally submitted the design, there were some color issues and the CustomInk folks were incredibly helpful and customer focused. I have used them for a number of different teams - from adults to kids - and their level of service is the best I have seen in a LONG time."
Scholastic All Stars by KHayes - over 3 years ago
Share the Vision - Little Rock Half Marathon by Hillary Kleck - over 3 years ago
West Canadians Before Performance by West Canadians - over 3 years ago
Mardi Gras in Soulard! by Nicole Filippone - over 3 years ago
EPIC BARBIES by EPIC BARBIES DACULA HS STEPTEAM - over 3 years ago
"The Epic Stepteam of Dacula High School, Dacula GA won 2nd place in the step competition at University Of Georgia. The T-shirts were a hit. They came right on time with short notice to custom link and they delivered them a day ealier than expected. Service was great and the t-shirts were fabulously done. The t-shirts were a big part of them winning the competition. Thank you custom link team for a job well done. I will definitely be using you all again. Sheila Edike"
KEG KICKBALL by Sandi's Bday - over 3 years ago
The Breakfast Club by THE BREAKFAST CLUB - over 3 years ago
"A group of long time high school friends now in our forties formed The Breakfast Club, to get together, honor our friends, teach our kids about health, raise money and awareness for a number of causes like Cancer, Lupus, Heart association. The Susan G. Komen Race for a Cure at Dodger Stadium (March 6, 2011). Our Custom Ink shirts were the best! Tie-Dyed Blue, perfectly printed and sized. We couldn't have asked for a better Inker. "