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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!
Beat Pitt State by KappaSigma - over 6 years ago
Future Pharmacists! by Justine - over 6 years ago
Katrina Relief by Yosemite-Church - over 6 years ago
Johnson Girls A1 by JohnsonGirls - over 6 years ago
"The girls on Johnson Hall A-1 do everything together, so they might as well dress the same. These girls recently adopted a seven-year old Ugandan girl to sponsor through Compassion International. This picture was sent to her along with a letter introducing themselves. They are so excited to make a difference in this young girl's life."
Team Baugher Invades City Island For Breast Cancer Awareness by Janel - over 6 years ago
"A group of 20 of my closest family and friends joined me in Harrisburg, PA on City Island to support the American Cancer Society's 2007 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk. This day was truly celebratory for all of us because I finished chemotherapy the day before the walk. It was great to be able to show my strength and support and prove that there is a survivor in all of us!"
AIDS Walk Los Angeles 2007 - FUN BUNCH! by Melissa_N - over 6 years ago
"Here we are at our second time at the AIDS Walk Los Angeles 2007. Here's our team - - THE FUN BUNCH!!! CustomInk - - everyone loved the shirts! Incredibly fast service and the best customer service anyone could ask for! Thanks for helping our team!"
Walk Now for Autism by CPower - over 6 years ago
"C Power was a team that walked for WAlk Now For Autism in Rocehster, NY. We had 28 people and 2 dogs on our team. We proudly wore our team shirt in support of 2 of the smallest team members who live with Autism eevry day! Our team proudly raised over $3,000!"
NKF Walk - South Street Seaport 10/21/07 by Sharyn - over 6 years ago
"The transplant and dialysis programs at Mount Sinai raised $10,000 and had 95 walkers to support the National Kidney Foundation. The NKF provides vital services to patients who are coping with kidney disease. The organization has multiple programs to raise awareness about kidney disease and need for organ donation."
Susan G. Komen race for the cure team photo by KOMEN - over 6 years ago
"Our lab has a grant from Susan G Komen to do breast cancer research, so we decided to walk in the race this year. We raised almost $1000 and had 20 total team members (not all pictured). We loved our shirts and were easily recognized at the race as being part of the fight against breast cancer!"