Custom T-Shirts for brain tumor

Fighting A Brain Tumor by Team Mari - 3 months ago

Fighting A Brain Tumor T-Shirt Photo

"The tshirts are for Mari, my granddaughter, to raise awareness about her battle with Pilomyxoid Astrocytoma. This brain tumor only effects little babies and no one knows about it and there is no cure. Mari is not even two years old and has more surgeries and procedures done in her than I have in my 44 years here on earth. I really love the team here at Custom Ink for informing me honestly about every step of the process and not sending anything without my approval. I'm trying to get more orders"

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Team Hannah by Jess - 5 months ago

Team Hannah T-Shirt Photo

"We had a great time at the 2013 Scare Brain Cancer Away Walk in our Custom Ink shirts! Our friend Hannah is currently battling a Brain Tumor so we went made a team and raised money for a great cause! Go Team Hannah"

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Team Delia - Race for Hope Philadelphia by JD - 5 months ago

Team Delia   Race For Hope Philadelphia T-Shirt Photo

"Team Delia was put together for the Philadelphia Race for Hope to help fight Brain Tumors. We walked in memory of my Mother-in-law, Delia, who lost her battle a few years ago. Children, grandchildren, sisters, in-laws, friends, nieces, nephews, grand nieces, grand nephews, and co-workers all walked in memory of a wonderful person who would have wanted nothing more but to make sure others could make it through. A great day was celebrated. Custom Ink was terrific and very speedy with our shirts. I spoke to a rep later in the night who helped with some design hiccups and assured me out shirts would look great and arrive on time. I ordered with 9 days until the event without a hint of worry that out shirts would be perfect and arrive with plenty of time. Of course, they did! Thank you!!"

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Rally for Richie by J. Horan - 5 months ago

Rally For Richie T-Shirt Photo

"This was taken on the steps of the Museum of Art in Philadelphia, PA. We walk/run each year for The National Brain Tumor Society's Race for Hope in support of our friend's son who lost his battle to this horrible disease in 2006 just weeks after his 13th birthday. We decided to get team shirts this year which made it much easier to spot each other in a crowd. CustomInk made ordering so easy & the quality of the shirts & printing was A+! Would highly recommend CustomInk!!"

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Race for Hope - To Fight Brain Tumors by Team Grace - 6 months ago

Race For Hope   To Fight Brain Tumors T-Shirt Photo

"This was a walk for the National Brain Tumor Society held in Philadelphia on Sunday, November 3, 2013. My family and friends walked for my sister Grace who lost her battle with brain cancer in October 1995. My experience with CustomInk was a success from the beginning until I received the tee shirts. Everyone was happy with them. We will definitely be back to order for next year!!!!! Thank you CustomInk."

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? Team Hannah ? by Jess - 6 months ago

? Team Hannah ? T-Shirt Photo

"At the 5th Annual Scare Brain Cancer Away Walk my friends and I walked for our friend Hannah whom is battling a Brain tumor right now. She is strong and she is amazing and we were very proud to wear these shirts. We love her and thanks to Custom Ink we were able to express it by supporting her by wearing her name!"

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Handle Your Business by Andrew and Jack - 6 months ago

Handle Your Business T-Shirt Photo

"Our good friend and a newlywed, Andrew, has been diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. He and my husband Jack have a saying - Handle Your Business - that they use to encourage each other to do the right thing, stay the course, and leave the rest up to God. We made these t-shirts shortly after his diagnosis. It is now his "recovery t-shirt". My husband insists upon wearing it all the time and is disappointed whenever I haven't done the laundry quickly enough for him to wear it again!!! HA! CustomInk has held make a difficult situation a little easier. Thank you!"

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Los Angeles Breakthrough for Brain Tumors 5k by team iamnaomisbrain - 10 months ago

Los Angeles Breakthrough For Brain Tumors 5k T-Shirt Photo

"Our team — with t-shirts drawn and designed by Team Captain Mike (holding banner at right) — was the number one fundraising team for the American Brain Tumor Association's recent Breakthrough for Brain Tumors 5k in Los Angeles! We ran and walked in honor of all our loved ones whose lives have been affected by brain tumors, including Naomi (holding banner at left), who was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2010 at age 27."

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Papa's Walk by Papa's Walk - 11 months ago

Papa's Walk T-Shirt Photo

"We used CustomInk to print t-shirts to represent our team in the Brain Tumor Society Walk in Denver, Colorado. I loved working with CustomInk! Their website is easy to use and their customer service was the best I have ever experienced! I love that I was able to send a proof of the shirt to the team via email to get everyone's input. The shipping was fast, the shirt material was of good quality, and the printing looked great! I have already placed a second order with CustomInk! "

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Team Cure For Tiff by Tiffany Duncan - 12 months ago

Team Cure For Tiff T-Shirt Photo

"My 20 yr old sister, Tiffany Nicole Duncan, was diagnosed on January 16, 2013 with an aggressive brain tumor called DIPG (Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma).. DIPG is a highly aggressive cancerous tumor located at the stem of the brain. Surgery is not an option and it is difficult to treat because the tumor rapidly grows throughout the nerves. Tiff is a tough cookie but her battle is just beginning so we started a team~CURE FOR TIFF~ and attended the Race for Hope Walk in DC on May 5, 2013 all proceeds went to the National Brain Tumor Society and Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure research to help find a cure for this extremely rare disease. We want to thank Custom Ink for not only donating specifically to our team for Race for Hope but for helping us raise awareness and increase funding to help find a cure! Thank You so much!"

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