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!

Ry's Guys - Wiping Out Diabetes by BBurke - almost 7 years ago

Ry's Guys   Wiping Out Diabetes T-Shirt Photo

"As a family team led by Ryan (a 8-year-old Type 1 diabetic), we joined other walkers and teams in raising funds and awareness at the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation's Walk (JDRF) to Cure Diabetes on October 21st in Franklin Lakes, NJ. All of the other teams were admiring the GREAT t-shirts from Customlink! It was easy to order and they came out AMAZING!"

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Avon Walk Youth Crew Rocks New York by YouthCrew - almost 7 years ago

Win Avon Walk Youth Crew Rocks New York T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was taken just before the Closing Ceremony of the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer New York, a 39.3-mile Event that took place October 6th and 7th. This Avon Walk was the largest ever...the Event's 3900 participants raised $10.2 million! The Avon Walk Youth Crew was a pilot program in New York this year, allowing young people (ages 10-16) to participate and experience the entire Event. This program suggests that young people are capable of contributing to the Event, can get an enormous amount out of the service, and can enhance the experience of all Walk participants--as the Youth Crew says, "we're too young to walk, but we're not too young to care." The pilot was so successful that there will be a Youth Crew in all 9 Avon Walk cities in 2008...thank you Youth Crew!"

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Tennis Senior Sweatshirts by TennisGirls - almost 7 years ago

Tennis Senior Sweatshirts T-Shirt Photo

"Seniors from the LC Girls Tennis team sported their new customink sweatshirts to show their school spirit at a football game. The whole team ordered their cute sweats."

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Making Strides Against Breast Cancer by Christie - almost 7 years ago

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer T-Shirt Photo

"Nina Plastics takes part in Making Strides Against Breast Cancer every year in Orlando. We were proud to walk for and in memory of our loved ones."

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The Dance Company of Virginia Tech by Virginia_Tech_Dance - almost 7 years ago

The Dance Company Of Virginia Tech T-Shirt Photo

"Custom Ink is awesome they've made a lot of shirts for us and they're always super cute! These were t-shirts that we made for our auditions at the beginning of the semester and they were a huge hit!"

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We've joined Jim's Journey by Mullers - almost 7 years ago

We've Joined Jim's Journey T-Shirt Photo

"My family and I, along with lots of our friends, participated in the Alzheimer's Association Memory Walk in honor of our dad, Jim. We raised over $40,000! The shirts were a huge hit."

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Dunder Mifflin Arlington Branch Fun Run Race for the Cure by Jamie - almost 7 years ago

Dunder Mifflin Arlington Branch Fun Run Race For The Cure T-Shirt Photo

"CustomInk helped AdOps win the Halloween cup! check out the website for video of the race, photos and info! www.dunder-mifflin-infinity-arlington-branch.com"

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Cody's Cowpokes Walk again.... by Cowpokes - almost 7 years ago

Cody's Cowpokes Walk Again.... T-Shirt Photo

"This is our 5th year walking the JDRF Walk for my son, who was diagnosed at 3 years old. We were a HUGE success with our Custom Ink T's!! Thanks so much for the support and great shirts!"

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Halloween 2007 by halloweenies - almost 7 years ago

Halloween 2007 T-Shirt Photo

"We bought shirts because we wanted to dress up together but no one could agree on a costume. We made extremely cute shirts through CustomInk and bought them for Halloween 07!"

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Turning 30 In Style by AmandaHnK - almost 7 years ago

Turning 30 In Style T-Shirt Photo

"A night out without kids for my 30th birthday. Cosmic bowling, lots of shots, shirts in the loot bags, and stupid games. Like I said, no kids means we were living the old days..."

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