Custom T-Shirts for Beat Cancer

Fighting Childhood Cancer- Savannah's Survivor Squad by Savannah G - 6 months ago

Fighting Childhood Cancer  Savannah's Survivor Squad T-Shirt Photo

"I was diagnosed with a highly aggressive cancer at the age of 16. September of 2013 I celebrated my 5th year off chemotherapy officially making me a cancer survivor. This year the Children's Hospital that treated me put together a run/walk to raise money for our oncology unit. I formed a team to help celebrate my 5 years. There were 55 members on my team, but here's what we could get in one photo before the race began. Our event raised over $10,000 for our unit! It was a very emotional day. My experience with CustomInk was awesome! The customer service was impeccable and made ordering such a large number of shirts easy! When our design had to be altered before printing, the rep. was very respectful of my wants/needs and made the effort to known the story behind my design. I am so happy with my order and service! I'll definitely be back! Hopefully next year I'll have an even bigger order for my team. "

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Skew Right and Beat Cancer by Jeffrey - 7 months ago

Skew Right And Beat Cancer T-Shirt Photo

"This is a photo of my wife's family at Christmas. The shirts we are wearing say "skew right" on the front and "beat cancer" on the back. The shirts are in honor of my father-in-law who has pancreatic cancer; the "skew right" refers to surviving longer than expected (being on the far right side of a survivorship curve).Our experience working with CustomInk has been great. Customer service has been helpful and warm, and the t-shirts look great."

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Lizathon by Team Run Liz Strong - 10 months ago

Lizathon T-Shirt Photo

"Our friend Liz was diagnosed a couple weeks ago with Colon cancer at 32... this was the note we sent to our friends... Liz had a dream to run NYC so she did what everyone has to do and put her name in the lottery. After 4 years of submitting her name and not getting the opportunity to run the she was automatically in for the fifth year. The dream would come true in November 2011. But then she had a minor toe injury that prevented training for the race. You are allowed to default one year after your acceptance, so that's exactly what Liz did, she delayed her run for one more year. Summer 2012 comes along and Liz starts her training up. She gets her miles in, spends early mornings lapping the lake and cross training getting ready for an amazing race. This time Hurricane Sandy came along and wrecked havoc on Liz's plans. All that hard work, the blood sweat and probably tears for her to not get to run the 5 boroughs put on hold until 2013. So that brings us to 2013. Liz's dream to complete the NYC marathon is on hold again. This time she has a much bigger battle to face so that one day she can complete the NYC Marathon. Since Liz can't complete the 26.2 on Sunday, which is the day of the NYC Marathon, WE (her family and friends) should do it for her and call it The Lizathon! Every one of us can walk or run a mile to help get the 26.2 miles in for her. ... We decided to do this on Tuesday and the race was on Sunday, big thanks to the CustomInk team helping us pull off the logistics in no time. Liz said "the docs said having this kind of support could be a game changer." "

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