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!
powderpuff by powderpuff-tanks - almost 5 years ago
WHS XC TIME by WHSXCSeniors - almost 5 years ago
"This photograph was taken at the last home meet of our 2009 Cross Country season. After winning the meet against our long-time rivals, the seniors took this picture in their new WHS XC TIME long sleeved t-shirts. This was our final meet together after running for four years. Our experience working with CustomInk was wonderful...it was quick, easy, cheap, and the service was excellent. We ran into some troubles with the design on the back of the XC TIME t-shirts, but we were immediately contacted by CustomInk and the problem was quickly and easily resolved. The t-shirts turned out even better after the CustomInk artists drew the sketch, and now people who aren't even on the team ask if we have any extras they could buy. Thanks for all of your help!!! -WHS XC Captains"
Bonnie's Braves by Team_Captain_Jen - almost 5 years ago
"Team Name: Bonnie's Braves Where: 2009 Naperville Memory Walk for Alzheimer's Disease My family and I participated in the Naperville Memory Walk in honor of my grandmother, Bonnie. She was just diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease in April 2009. Our team raised $4400. We are so honored to walk for Grandma. Submitted by: Team Captain Jen Bodoh"
Nicki's Tying the Knot! by Janna - almost 5 years ago
The Geldert Gang Celebrating 10 years by Guest - almost 5 years ago
"My husband Jon had a kidney transplant 10 years ago. On Oct. 10, we went to the Twin Cities Kidney Walk to raise money for the National Kidney Foundation. Here we are, The Geldert Gang with TC the Minnesota Twins Mascot at the Walk. Sorry some of the team members shirts are covered up by jackets because it was so cold. Who would have thought it would be 29 degrees with snow that morning. But everyone loved the shirts."