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!

Dana Farber Jimmy Fund Boston Walkathon by Walkathon - over 5 years ago

Dana Farber Jimmy Fund Boston Walkathon T-Shirt Photo

"There were 28 members of our team walking the Jimmy Fund Boston Walkathon! We raised over $12,000!!! Our shirts were the best there! We'll be back next year!"

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The Coolest Team On Campus by JVSoccer - over 5 years ago

The Coolest Team On Campus T-Shirt Photo

"Pomfret's JV Soccer team has great players, a great group of girls, and great T-shirts."

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Walk to Cure Diabetes-Team Matia by Kajumom - over 5 years ago

Walk To Cure Diabetes Team Matia T-Shirt Photo

"This is our second year ordering shirts from Custom Ink for our walk and we were once again very happy with the shirts and it really helps bring everyone together as part of a team! Your customer service and follow up is important and very effective. Thank you for following through all the way until the end."

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Team Hill Takes On Heart Disease! by BrookeDodson - over 5 years ago

Team Hill Takes On Heart Disease! T-Shirt Photo

"Working with Custom Ink was easy and efficient. We ended up with a great t-shirt that everyone was proud to wear at the Heart Walk. Our only problem was running out of shirts!"

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RAINN Day 2008 by SMCM_Empower_Rangers - over 5 years ago

Rainn Day 2008 T-Shirt Photo

"We were forced inside for our event because it rained on RAINN Day, go figure! RAINN Day was created by the Rape Abuse and Incest National Network to increase awareness about sexual violence on college campuses across the nation. RAINN Day 2008 was on September 25th. The students in this picture are peer advocates and wanted to be the (Em)Power Rangers, which explains the different shirt colors. The pink ranger was by far the most popular t-shirt selection."

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PodSquad by PodSquad - over 5 years ago

Pod Squad T-Shirt Photo

"The "Fall into Fitness 5K" is organized with proceeds benefitting the uninsured patients of the Our Lady of the Resurrection Medical Center in Chicago, Illinois. Our team "Pod Squad" was organized by local podiatrist, Dr. Megan Leahy."

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Walk to Cure Diabetes by H.Sherr - over 5 years ago

Walk To Cure Diabetes T-Shirt Photo

"JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes 2008 in White Plains, NY"

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Rabid_Possums_Game_2 by Rabid_Possums - over 5 years ago

Rabid Possums Game 2 T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was a spontaneous shot during our 2nd game of the Fall '08 softball season at NAS Jacksonville. After losing all but one game last season, we collectively decided that team shirts were needed (all the winning teams had shirts). My order with Custom Ink was delivered a week ahead of time, looked just like we expected, and they even accomodated an extra shirt being order last minute. So far this season we've already won a game, and we look great getting out there as a team. Go Possums!"

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It is what it is by Surgical_Techs - over 5 years ago

It Is What It Is T-Shirt Photo

"Our school always orders our shirts from CustomInk so naturally, when it came time to order our shirts for National Surgical Technology week, we decided to also order from you guys as well. Surg Tech week was so much fun and our shirts looked great! Even the Director of Education and the Campus President ordered one as well. We are even considering ordering sweat jackets with the same design. Thanks for everything!!"

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dbX Tailgate at Notre Dame / Purdue 2008 by dbXtailgate - over 5 years ago

Db X Tailgate At Notre Dame / Purdue 2008 T-Shirt Photo

"I order shirts every year from Customink for our re-union tailgates at Notre Dame games. The process is always easy and the results excellent! Unfortunately, the shirts are not taco dip resistant--ignore the stains in the photo!"

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