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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!
Out of the Darkness Community Walk by Susannah - over 4 years ago
Our Fall ATV Rally by CampIdiot - over 4 years ago
Deluxe Luncheon by Luncheon - over 4 years ago
Group Photo for Kiernan's Krusade by KiernansKrusade - over 4 years ago
"This was taken at the 3rd annual Walk now for Autism on October 10th in Cleveland Ohio. 5 years ago my son Kiernan was diagnosed with being on the Autism Spectrum. That diagnoses changed my family's life forever. It has devastated us financially, but it has taught us the meaning of patience, unconditional love, and taking time to celebrate every little accomplishment. This is our 3rd year walking and every year we say we are going to get team shirts made. This year we found CustomInk and decided to go for it. The system was very easy to use and every person we had coorespondence with was just awesome to work with. They were encouraging, friendly and warm. When we talked we felt like we were dealing with friends not just a company out to make a dollar. Each year our team grows, so I'm sure next year, we will be ordering more of these wonderful shirts for our new additions! Thank you so much!"
Street Samba by BOOM - over 4 years ago
Walk for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention by Susannah - over 4 years ago
"Cuts for a Cause" Breast Cancer Cut-a-Thon by Styles - over 4 years ago
dancing in the streets by Family.Reunion - over 4 years ago
The D Team by Davidson_College - over 4 years ago
"The women of Davidson College's College Relations Department (and friends from elsewhere) participated in the 'Run Like a Girl 8K,' a benefit for ovarian cancer to show support for our colleague, Denise, who was recently diagnosed and treated for the disease. Denise showed incredible strength during her surgery and treatments, and the Davidson family is strong. We support one another in good times and in bad."