Dad's 70th Birthday Party

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"We ordered these t-shirts as a surprise for the whole family for my Dad's 70th birthday party. They all said, "Team Wetherill" "Better than the Rest" on the backs had our last name and everyone's individual age. Everyone loved them! I must take a minute to comment on how awesome customink was during the creating and ordering process. I was having some trouble with the design and spoke with two different people....both so incredibly helpful and nice! Which in today's day, often seems to go by the wayside. Not only did I receive the order in time, but it was here 6 days early! This was a great experience all the way around! Thanks Customink for helping make this day so special!" - Jenny (Aug 22, 2012)

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comment by Guest - Aug 23, 2012 - back to the top

Love it!

comment by Guest - Aug 23, 2012 - back to the top

Great shirts to honor a great man!

comment by Guest - Aug 24, 2012 - back to the top

Awesome shirts for a fantastic family!!

comment by Guest - Aug 24, 2012 - back to the top

A beautiful family gathering for remembering a dad that is so very loved. Happy 70th Dale.

comment by Guest - Aug 30, 2012 - back to the top

Congratulations! God Bless Team Wetherill!

comment by Guest - Feb 23, 2013 - back to the top

, it is most unlikely to cotnian anything but self-glorification, pile some dirt on his political enemies and sneer at his sycophants now that they are no longer needed.As with all such works it will be bought by every library in the land, to sit on a shelf unread for 4 or 5 years before pulping and a few New Labour luvvies will buy a copy, unless they are important luvvies in which case they will get a complimentary copy.I expect it will have been written not for the British market but rather the US market where he is considered a statesman of some standing, and that really shows a certain lack of discrimination among the American luminaries doesn't it?What I truly object to is the anticipated a34 million plus cost of security when he goes book signing, he should be personally charged for every penny.

comment by Guest - Aug 04, 2014 - back to the top

yOAEyn A round of applause for your article. Great.