Custom T-Shirts for bridge

SummerCamp2013 by SummerCamp - 10 months ago

Summer Camp2013 T-Shirt Photo

"Summer Camp with 100 campers. Everybody wearing their shirts with pride. Got them on time and they looked great."

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The DMBC Guys by DMBC Guys - 12 months ago

The Dmbc Guys T-Shirt Photo

"These guys have been playing bridge together since their college days at Harvey Mudd. The DMBC originally stood for "Drinking Man's Bridge Club" which was all about slow IV drips of Seven and Seven, copious amounts junk food in horrible combinations (cheesy poofs, chocolate covered mini-donut gems, port wine cheese balls, etc.), and very bad bridge for 24 hours a day over three days. Years and years later they are still at it -- travelling from Raleigh, North Carolina, Reno, Nevada, San Diego, California, Seattle, Washington and Oakland, California. Now they are lucky if they last until midnight, sip sparkling water, and eat "real" meals .... I renamed them the Doddering Man's Bridge Club with all due love and respect. This year, I commemorated them with shirts ;o) Aren't they cute??"

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Bridge doesn't look so big from this angle. by 2013 SGHS Sidney Lanier Bridge Run - about 1 year ago

Bridge Doesn't Look So Big From This Angle. T-Shirt Photo

"Friends and family of Keane Kirz participte in Georgia's toughest 5K race in order to raise awareness for the SGHS Cancer Center. The bridge, located in Brunswick, GA, is 520' above the water's surface. Thank you, CustomInk. Ordering the Tshirt was the easiest part of the entire event!"

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Breast Cancer Walk by Florestine - over 1 year ago

Breast Cancer Walk T-Shirt Photo

"The event was in louisville, ky It was a pleasure working with customink no complaints"

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Lupe's Walkers by Massy - over 5 years ago

Lupe's Walkers T-Shirt Photo

"I ordered these T-Shirts for my team, "Lupe's Walkers". My mom has Lupus and this year and I decided to put a team together to help raise funds and walk in support of a Cure for Lupus. My mom also walked...we were all very proud of her."

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