Autism Awareness 2013 - Team Ben Franklin

Autism Awareness 2013   Team Ben Franklin T-Shirt Photo

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"Every year, Ben Franklin Elementary School participates in the Autism Walk in downtown Pittsburgh. For the second year in a row, Custom Ink has helped make our T-Shirts stand out amongst the other teams. This year's "Puzzle Tree" design was created in collaboration with Jessica Mahoney and her Autistic Support elementary students, along with the school's art teacher. The students painted puzzle pieces (the national symbol for Autism) which were scanned into the computer and made into the tree design. There are 88 puzzle piece "leaves" on the tree representing the 1 in 88 ratio of how many children are diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum. The Custom Ink team worked with our school to keep us within budget while mainitng our design's quality. The money we saved by using Custom Ink made it possible for us to donate even more to Autism research. The shirts turned out fantastic! They are soft, and the colors are eye-catching. We couldn't be more pleased with the product and service Custom Ink provided. We will surely use them in the future. Thanks Custom Ink!" - Kristen Ritchie (May 31, 2013)

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