Design Ideas For Your Breast Cancer Walk

Walking to Find a Cure by Boobies - almost 7 years ago

Walking To Find A Cure T-Shirt Photo

"On September 9-10, eight friends set off to walk 60km thru the streets of Toronto to help find a cure for Breast Cancer. Our team, The Blue Footed Boobies raised over $33,000.00. Our Tee-shirts were a big hit. On the front we had our team mascot and on the the back we had the names of over 100 people that sponsored us, along with the names of those we have lost and those that have survived. We will be back again next year and the next, Because we won't go away until Breast Cancer goes away"

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2007 Mammary Madams by Keirsten - almost 7 years ago

2007 Mammary Madams T-Shirt Photo

"This is our 5th Year participating in the San Francsico Race for the Cure. We are friends and family who come together to help fight this disease for our mothers, daughters, sisters and other wonderful women who are taken from us too early due to breast cancer. This is our 2nd year using Custom Ink for our T-Shirts and we couldn't be happier with the way they turned out. Your company is truly a pleasure to work with. We wear our tshirts proudly and we're teaching our littlest "madams" that they can make a difference in someone's life!!"

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Streak Chicago PInk by Pink - almost 7 years ago

Streak Chicago P Ink T-Shirt Photo

"This group of dynamic individuals met each week to plan a fundraising event for Breast Cancer. We raised over $10,000 in one night."

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Seattle Hotties Team - The 2007 Breast Cancer 3-Day Walk by Hotties - almost 7 years ago

Seattle Hotties Team   The 2007 Breast Cancer 3 Day Walk T-Shirt Photo

"We are the Seattle Warming Hut Hotties Team for the Seattle Breast Cancer 3-Day Walk benefiting Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Our Team just completed the 2007 Breast Cancer 3-Day in Seattle Septemeber 7-9, and we raised $115,000 to help in the fight against Breast Cancer. We ordered our Team T-Shirts through Custom Ink."

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Kickin' Breast Cancer's Butt! by KOB - almost 7 years ago

Kickin' Breast Cancer's Butt! T-Shirt Photo

"Team KOB (Keepin' Our Boobs!) rocked NYC September 9th. The team, which included family, friends and coworkers, is for my Mom who is fighting cancer for a second time. All came out early on a Sunday to walk for my Mom!!! Thanks to the team at CustomInk for the help and support in putting these cool T's together!! You just might see them in Denver, too."

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gretchenspeeps2 by GretchensPeeps - about 7 years ago

Gretchenspeeps2 T-Shirt Photo

"This is what the back of our tshirts look like!"

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Susan G. Komen St. Louis Race for the Cure by GretchensPeeps - about 7 years ago

Susan G. Komen St. Louis Race For The Cure T-Shirt Photo

"Our family and friends participated in the Susan G. Komen St. Louis Race for the Cure to help find a cure for breast cancer. I love customink! I was so impressed with the service we received.The customer service reps were very nice and helpful. I will recommend customink to my friends!"

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Racing for a Cure by Joyceandcrew - about 7 years ago

Racing For A Cure T-Shirt Photo

"A big group of our family and family friends joined our survivor of breast cancer at Race for the Cure in St. Louis. The event began at 6:00 on a Saturday morning and we among 65,000 others walked 5K in support of the Susan G. Komen Foundation to find a cure for breast cancer!"

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Walking for a Cure with Star by StarTeam - about 7 years ago

Walking For A Cure With Star T-Shirt Photo

"We were part of the annual Susan G. Komen walk on Saturday, June 16th. This event raises funds to help fight breast cancer. There were over 65,000 people in attendance."

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Race for the Cure Washington D.C. by Jaime - about 7 years ago

Race For The Cure Washington D.C. T-Shirt Photo

"We ran the race for the cure in memory of my mother who lost her 7 1/2 year battle to breast cancer this past January. Our shirts really made us stand out and made the race even more memorable!"

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