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!
Delta Phi Epsilon by TOO LEGIT TO QUIT. - almost 4 years ago
We Support Your Front... And We've Got Your Back! by Brain & Spine Neurosurgical Institute - almost 4 years ago
"Every year our neurosurgical practice participates in the annual â€œMaking Strides Against Breast Cancerâ€ walk in Rhode Island. This year we wanted a little somethinâ€™ somethinâ€™ to help us reach our fundraising goals, as well as encourage our staff to join in the walk. CustomInk helped us do it all! Not only did our hoodies look amazing, but we had a great turnout and the hoodies helped us raise money for the American Cancer Society. Weâ€™ve already started looking for another event to participate in just so we can have CustomInk create custom apparel to go along with it. Thank you CustomInk for making the design process so ridiculously easy and having fantastic customer service!"
New Running Crew - T-shirt for our OC Seaside 10 mile race! by The New Running Crew 2010! - almost 4 years ago
"A group of coworkers from the NRC competed in the 2010 Ocean City Seaside 10 mile race on Oct. 30, 2010. We trainined for 3 months together and designed these t-shirts as a momento for all of our hard work. Each t-shirt had "New Running Crew" on the front and on the back, we each had our nickname."
"We had shirts made for our participation in the Sixth Annual Walk for Autism-Virginia. Team Jack comprised of 26 family members who rallied around Jack, an 11 year old boy with Autism. The shirts not only served to heighten awareness about Autism but also helped connect the community (through our family) with Jack. Folks kept coming up to us, praising the solidarity commenting that after seeing "Jack's Uncle, Jack's Cousin, Jack's Sister" etc, they were happy to finally meet Jack! Thank you customInk for delivering a superb product!"
Up & Adam...Time to find a cure by Morayea - almost 4 years ago
"Adam, on the left, was diagnosed with juvenile diabetes last year at the age of 2 -- he has already endured more than 2,000 insulin injections and has to deal with the aftermath of high and low blood sugars on a regular basis. He and his brother Lucas (age 5) along with the rest of Team Up & Adam raised over $4500 to support the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation in the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes. The boys took an active part in the event, not only by walking, but by making flyers for their school to help build awareness, get more walkers and raise donations. They had so much fun, they are already asking when they can do another charity walk. CustomInk was fabulous to work with. We had some last minute additions to our team and they were able to accomodate the additional shirts and still get us or order on time for our big day. And the shirts looked great! "
Luther Bowl XLV, Gettysburg, PA, 10.30.10 by LSTC Flag Football - almost 4 years ago
"The students and family members of Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago (LSTC) descended upon Gettysburg for the 45th annual "Luther Bowl" flag football tournament. Down 14 point to the home team with 11 minutes remaining, LSTC rallied to win 28-22 in double overtime. Epic. We had a GREAT experience with Customink.com- reasonable prices, great screenprinting, EXCELLENT service. We will definitely be back to outfit the 2011 Luther Bowl champions!"
Waiting for Superman? HERE I AM! by EFHS SUPER Staff - almost 4 years ago
"In response to the negative way public education and public school teachers are displayed in the recent documentary, Waiting for Superman, the staff at Edsel Ford High School in Dearborn, Michigan prepared this response. We all dressed up like superman with our customink t-shirts complete with red capes pinned on the back that we added. We even had a Clark Kent and a telephone booth for quick changes! The kids got a real kick out of it and the staff really enjoyed our show of unity and support for public education and all the great things that our happening in our school thanks to the dedicated professionals that work hard every day for the students."
Coach Hink's All-Stars Strike Out ALS! by RebeccaHinkle - almost 4 years ago
"On October30th, our awesome team, Coach Hink's All-Stars, raised over $7,500 for The ALS Association - DC/MD/VA Chapter and was the top family team at the Frederick, Maryland, Walk to Defeat ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease)!!! We walked in memory of our dad, Jim Hinkle, and Helen Johnson (mom of Megan Johnson, Karin Mastrangelo, and Shannon Woodward), both lost to ALS. Thanks to Custom Ink, we were also the best looking team!"