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Custom T-Shirts for benefit
CANCER SUCKS-Duane Rittmer Benefit by CANCER SUCKS-Duane Rittmer Benefit - almost 3 years ago
"We had a benefit for a member of our community who has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Our shirts from Custom Ink were great and were a huge success. The benefit was also a huge success thanks to the overwhelming support of our wonderful little community and all the volunteers that worked so hard to make food and solicit for donations and organize everything. We had a bake sale, kids games, silent auction, live auction, bucket raffle, duck bingo and live entertainment."
Ride for the cure by Flying K Farm - over 3 years ago
Stayin' Positive! by KNWB Cowboy Golf - over 3 years ago
"Our experience with CustomInk was incredible! Everyone was so friendly and our shirts really did rock. We host an event every year in memory of our brother/son who we lost at the early age of 24. The event benefits students of the schools that he attended in the form of scholarship dollars that are donated each year. CustomInk even went so far as to donate to our cause. We will forever be CustomInk customers ... Thank You!"
We are the real "Honies" by HCS Honies - over 3 years ago
"I had these t-shirts made up as us 4 golf in an annual golf tournament to benefit the Sports club in our little town of Chilton. We took 1st place this year. YEAH!!! LOVED working with the people at Custom Ink, would definitely go through them again if I need any shirts, hats, etc. They are the greatest and very easy to deal with!!"
showing up to the games wearing the same outfit... :-\ by team_hok - almost 4 years ago
Robin's Angels by rachvk - about 4 years ago
Cakewalk For Memories - Canada, 2010! by Celine-Olivia - about 4 years ago
"The members of our team wearing the shirts to benefit the Alzheimer's Society. The shirts were beautifully made and we had a great time during the walk and were so proud to have them. The event raised over $527,000 to benefit the Alzheimer's Society, so of course it was considered a success."