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St Jude Give Thanks. Walk. 2013 by Rox and Trin - 3 months ago
SUSAN G. KOMEN 3 DAY WALK-SAN DIEGO by TEAM G-MONEY FIGHTS BREAST CANCER!!! - 4 months ago
"I am happy to say that our small team of eight was able to make it into the TOP TEN teams in all of San Diego for fundraising! In fact, we were actually number NINE with an amazing total of $51,186.00! From all the major cities in which this walk is done, San Diego came up with the largest amount of overall donations at 6.1 Million Dollars!!! I wanted to take the time to share with you how moving and wonderful of an experience this was for me. I can honestly say that I felt encouraged by the outpouring of support from complete strangers both walkers and community alike. I felt as though the pain, the muscle soreness, the blisters and the agony of pushing yourself that next mile was only a taste of what the survivors have experienced during their diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. Our team had two such survivors who did an incredible job! I am so proud to have walked with them. CustomInk was SO patient and easy to work with. Trying to find shirts that worked for every body type on our team was a challenge, but the CustomInk representatives that worked with us were awesome! They never gave up on us! Our shirts were amazing and got so many compliments during the 3 day walk! Next year we will definitely be using CustomInk again! "
Sunday Runday by Tami - 4 months ago
"Event: LA Mustache Dache 5k Supports: Movember USA (Men's health awareness) Where: Elysian Park - Los Angeles, CA When: Sunday, November 17th, 9 AM Why: We wanted to pull together a team and represent Lock Laces, custom, colorful shoe laces in this run. Because the run was on a Sunday we wanted to make custom Ts saying, Sunday Runday, over top of Funday. My experience with CustomInk was exceptional. The customer service, follow-up and quality of the product was beyond my expectations. We can't wait to make a new design and order new shirts for our next race. "
Rock the Walk by Barbarita Brothers Brigade - 4 months ago
"On November 9th, in San Diego, CA, our team Rocked the Walk for the 2013 JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes. Both boys have Type 1 Diabetes. Daniel was diagnosed at age four and Luke at age nine months. Our family has been walking to raise money for diabetes research every year since then. This year we used CustomInk to design and print our shirts and were thrilled when our design won the t-shirt contest. We had so much fun designing our shirt and with the help of CustomInk, our design exceeded our expectations. We had a great experience with CustomInk and will use them again to win next year's t-shirt contest!"
Saving 2nd Base, Walk for the Cure by Cheri Huenergardt - 4 months ago
"This is the 5th year we've done the Susan G. Koman walk for the Cure. (On November 5th in San Diego) Team name this year was "Saving 2nd Base". This is the third year we've used Custom-ink for our team shirts. We love them! We had 22 on our team walk this year, and Here are a few of the amazing young ladies who joined me this year for the walk. "
Cousin Camp 2013 by GM Sue - 4 months ago
"Cousins from Pacific Northwest and California met to have a week of "Cousin Camp" with grandparents (also from PNW). Spent 5 days in So. California going to theme parks and eating "pizza on the bed." We do this every other year so cousins can have time to play together and form lasting memories. We call them the Super Six. "
Stigma Stompers Rock! by Monica Gordon - 4 months ago
"This picture was taken at the Diamond Valley Lake, Hemet, CA. We gathered on 11.2.13 for the NAMIWalks Inland Empire which is a non-profit organization dedicated to the education, support and advocacy for mental illness. I enjoyed working with CustomInk and I already started spreading the word. The website makes it easy to create shirts. I like being able to make various revisions and being able to e-mail it out to others for feedback. I utilized the sign-up sheet and that way I didn't have to add up all the sizes it was automatically done. On several occasions through the process I called the customer line and everyone was always helpful and pleasant. I have been organizing our Stigma Stompers team for this walk for the past five years and every year I have used a different t-shirt company. Next year without a doubt I will be using CustomInk. On top of everything that I said above, they donated to our team. That typer of service and commitment can not be beat. "
Walk to End Lupus Now - SF by Becky Rena - 4 months ago
We Run For Donna by JessicaS - 4 months ago
"My family, friends, and I recently ran in a 10K race in Big Sur, CA. This race has become a yearly tradition that we all look forward to throughout the year. My father, Bob Schuster (in the yellow), ran in his 33rd consecutive run. He's 67 years-old and he and my mom stumbled upon this race by accident the first year that it took place. Since then, they have completed every single one of the runs. This year's race was a difficult one for all of us as we ran with extremely heavy hearts. My mom, Donna Schuster, passed away just a few weeks before the race, on August 24. She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in July of 2004 - just a few weeks after she completed her first marathon at the age of 58. She was a lifelong runner and an extremely healthy woman. Her diagnosis shocked us all. She fought the cancer tooth and nail for over 9 years. Through surgeries, countless rounds of chemo, and several doses of radiation, she remained bound and determined to stay with us for as long as she possibly could. She even ran another marathon 2 years after her diagnosis while she was in remission. Her courage and strength and willingness to fight allowed her to meet my kids (her two beloved grandchildren), to travel around the world, and to make the most of each and every day. It's impossible for me to put into words how much this race meant to my mom, and to those of us who love her, over the years. Being able to walk up to the starting line each year, regardless of her physical or emotional condition at the time, was her way of saying, "I'm still in this. The cancer hasn't taken this away from me. I'm still here." She absolutely REFUSED to miss the Big Sur River Run. There were years that she was too weak from chemo or surgery to run. So she walked the entire 10K. There were years she was completely bald. There were years that her body was in so much discomfort that she probably shouldn't have done it. But she did. Every single year - she did it. As we all stepped up to the starting line of the race on Saturday morning, we couldn't help but smile. Because but for her and my dad's dedication to this little race in Big Sur every October, we might not have this amazing yearly tradition that brings together our closest friends and our families. My mom left behind an amazing legacy and this Big Sur tradition is one we are incredibly proud of and grateful for. She may not have gotten to run Big Sur XXXIII and continue to be among the very few who had run every single race. But there were nearly 30 of us in bright teal shirts at the starting line running in her honor. Teal is the color for Ovarian Cancer awareness. Our shirts, made beautifully by Custom Ink, said "I RUN FOR DONNA." Two of us were not wearing the teal shirt. My dad wore his original (from the first year) yellow original Big Sur River Run shirt and I wore my mom's. We ran in honor and in memory of Donna Schuster, an amazing and inspiring woman, wife, mother, grandmother, teacher, and friend. Thank you for making these beautiful shirts. They helped us all feel united and prompted many conversations with other race participants."