Custom T-Shirts for benefit
Oakland Kids' Trail Race... Go! by Oakland School - 3 months ago
Red Red Swine - BBQ Champs by Mark - Tallahassee, FL - 3 months ago
"2014 Girls & Boys Town of North Florida Pig Fest. We raised money for a great cause, and thanks to CustomInk's fantastic customer service (and a little bbq skill) we placed 1st in Ribs, 1st in Chicken, and took home overall Grand Champion. Thank you CustomInk!"
Team Joe@Safe From The Sun Walk/5K by Team Joe - 3 months ago
"This is Team Joe at the Safe From The Sun Walk/5K (Wayne, PA) to benefit Melanoma International Foundation and to raise awareness about melanoma. I organized Team Joe for my husband Joe, who has stage-4 melanoma. We love our team shirts! The reps at Customink were super friendly and went out of their way to make sure I got my order just right and we even received it ahead of schedule. We are thankful and look forward to ordering our shirts for Team Joe next year."
Unison Resource Company at Mutt Strut 2014 by Unison Resource Company at Mutt Strut 2014 - 3 months ago
"This picture is of employees, guests, and dogs from Unison Resource Company from Mutt Strut 2014 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The Mutt Strut is a event that benefits the Humane Society of Indianapolis. The experience with working with CustomInk was great. I was able to design, order, and get updates from CustomInk within a few days."
Giving Hope by Hope Olympics - 3 months ago
Brain Cancer 5K Post Race Photo by PostRace - 3 months ago
"This was taken at the end of my first 5K on April 12, 2014. I was diagnosed with Brain Cancer last November (2013), had surgery in December and was cleared to exercise on March 10, 2014. My beloved hockey is the one thing I was told I couldn't do, so my friend Debbie designed these shirts. The 5K benefited UCLA's oncology research department (which is where I'm receiving treatment). I only had 1 month to train (and I'd been inactive for 4 months), but I pushed through an 8 week 5K trainer in 4 weeks. I raised over $12,000 for brain cancer research."
Pasta Palooza Philanthropy by Alpha Delta Chi - 4 months ago
"We are the Pi Chapter of Alpha Delta Chi at CU Boulder in Colorado and our event, Pasta Palooza, was a philanthropy that benefited at-risk teenage girls through the organization Heritage House. We absolutely LOVED the look and feel of our CustomInk tanks!"
Cruisin for a Cause for Emilee by Cruisin for a Cause for Emilee - 4 months ago
"This photograph is a picture of six of the Green Acres workers with one of our former employee, Emilee. Emilee is a 17 year old girl who has lupus, Raynaud's phenomena, kidney stones, truncal neuropathy, myofascial syndrome, fibromyalgia and photo sensitivity. She is the most positive and happiest girl we've all came to know. Her family is trying to raise money to get her to the Mayo clinic for more answers on her health. We had a cruisin for a cause benefit sponsored by Wabash Valley Rodders and The Original Green Acres Dairy Bar on April 9th from 5-9! In those four hours we raised $1596.39 for her! This night included specials, donations, raffles, a DJ, showing off cars, and diesel trucks! The night ended up very special for her, her family and for us! CustomInk made our night special for us. Emilee insistently loved her shirt, as did all the rest of us. CustomInk has the sweetest and most caring people and they work hard to get your product the way you want it to be. They also work hard for you to get it on time. I believe many of you should order any shirts you need made off of them. You won't be disappointed :)"
2nd Annual Joanie's Birthday Bridge-Brunch! by Maggie Kennedy / Dustin Bullard - 4 months ago
"Downtown Dallas has its share of characters but one stood out among the rest -- Joanie. From her bright red hair to her loud cackle, you could almost always find her saddled up to the bar at City Tavern, drinking red wine. When Joanie passed away, the community was hit hard but banded together to do some good in her honor. And thus the WAKE UP! Joanie's Birthday Bridge-Brunch was born -- organized to raise money for the Bridge, a local homeless shelter, an idea Joanie was a strong advocate of. Last year, we raised over $10,000 in one afternoon. THIS year we raised even MORE (OVER $12,000!) with the help of these koozies. Custom Ink couldn't have been better to work with -- turning out a great looking product and helpful every step of the way. Ask anyone in Downtown Dallas about Joanie. They'll have a funny story or memory -- or they might just point you to the City Tavern where her wine glass is now glued to the bar -- it doesn't matter -- she lives on."