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Custom T-Shirts for american diabetes association
Team O'Grady: A family who pricks together, sticks together in the fight to cure diabetes! by Team O'Grady - 2 months ago
"This photograph was taken on October 6, 2013 at the American Diabetes Association Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes. The event was hosted at the Becton Dickinson Campus in Franklin Lakes, NJ. Team O'Grady was formed about three years ago to join the fight in finding a cure for Type 1 Diabetes. Two members of the O'Grady family were diagnosed with diabetes, so we wanted to help raise awareness and take part in the fight to finding a cure. CustomInk has been great in supplying Team O'Grady with awesome t-shirts! CustomInk is very easy and fun to work with and we will definitely be using CustomInk for future t-shirts. "
West Middle School 7th grade g2 Diabetes Awareness by Diabetes Fighters - 8 months ago
Amy's Angels Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes T's by Amy Martin - about 1 year ago
"These shirts were a labor of love in two ways...the LOVE I felt for the customer service associates both on the phone, email, and on the website and the teeshirts that CustomInk.com designed/produced for my walk team (definitely a WOW factor!!).(especially after all the obstacles with local teeshirt companies in overpromising and underdelivering-I am so glad I found out about them) ..& the LOVE I felt from my family/coworkers who were my teammates and walking for all those diagnosed/and yet to be diagnosed with Diabetes (I was diagnosed in October 2010 with TYPE 2 Diabetes) for the American Diabetes Association Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes that took place in Kansas City,MO on a beautiful 1st day of Fall Saturday September 22nd, 2012. I also appreciated beyond words the donation CustomInk made to my cause. The shirts say Amy's Angels Step Out: Walk to Stop Diabetes on the front and the back has the grey diabetes awareness ribbon with black wings and yellow halo with the words Walking for a Cure underneath. The shirts were a big hit and I would/have recommended this site to others. Thank you!"
Team Lenny by Jenn LeBlanc - about 3 years ago
Step Out by Megan Elwood - about 3 years ago
Team Coffey - Good to the Last Drop by Connor - about 4 years ago
"Connor (age 8) was the Youth Ambassador for our area's American Diabetes Association Step Out Walk to Fight Diabetes. We ordered matching Custom Ink shirts for our team members to celebrate this special honor. The were perfect! We decided to name our team "Team Coffey...Good to the Last Drop!" because our last name is Coffey, and Brian & I love to drink coffee. "Good to the last drop" can refer to either a warm mug of coffee OR a drop of blood needed to measure blood glucose levels. Both Connor (age 8) and Brian (age 36) test their blood sugars before every meal, exercise or whenever they have symptoms of low blood sugar (under 80) or high blood sugar (over 180). It is a constant struggle to find the right balance of insulin and carbohydrates to get their blood sugars in range. 365/24/7 - it's a full time job to keep our family healthy. The word "Drop" makes our family automatically think of blood. What does it make you think of? We hope that one day we will think of drinking the last drop of coffee from a mug or feeling raindrops on our faces instead of blood on a test strip. Our team t-shirts this year were coffee brown color from Custom Ink. The front said "Team Coffey" with a picture of a cup of steaming hot coffee, and the back said "Good to the Last Drop!" with a picture of a child's finger with a tiny drop of blood on it. We heard lots of other walkers commenting on our clever shirt design. We beamed with pride throughout the walk. Thank you Custom Ink!"
ADA- StepOut walk by TeamTaylor - about 4 years ago
"We are the Accounting Department from Alexandria Toyota. We ordered t-shirts through CustomInk to help unify us in our efforts to raise money for the American Diabetes Association. We are participating in their StepOut walk on October 24, 2009. So far we have raised just shy of $1,000. Thanks to CustomInk for the great shirts!"