Custom T-Shirts for charity event

Margarita Warriors for Charity by Connie S. - about 1 month ago

Margarita Warriors For Charity T-Shirt Photo

"A charity (St. Jude's) mud run obstacle course called the "Warrior Dash" held near Chicago, Illinois was the event choice for the 40th birthday girl. She supports this event each year and wanted her family and friends to host her 40th at the "run". The birthday girl comes from Alabama to participate. We mixed the Warrior Dash event with the 40th party theme--margaritas! Hence the T-shirt design and lime color. TEAM NAME: Margarita Warriors. My experience with CustomInk was outstanding! Everything from the website, group ordering, and customer service was easy and exceptional. I will be ordering from CustomInk again and will highly recommend their services to anyone looking for high quality products and services. Thank you for making our event even more memorable by providing us with superior products and the best customer service I have dealt with in many years."

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Hope, Steps & A Cure South River by Team Dziadzius - about 1 month ago

Hope, Steps & A Cure South River T-Shirt Photo

"My family at our inaugural Hope, Steps & A Cure South River walk and 5k run to benefit the Aplastic Anemia & MDS Foundation. Raising awareness and funds to support patients with bone marrow failure diseases. We put this event together in memory of my Dad, who passed away from MDS. "

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Cancer Totally Sucks by Jeff Hartwell Stars - about 1 month ago

Cancer Totally Sucks T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was was taken at the Dennen field in Colby Kansas. The event was the Relay For Life on June 7th. We absolutely loved our shirts they were awesome! CustomInk was so helpful through the whole process. If I ever have to buy t-shirts again I will be buying from CustomInk. Thank you again!"

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Call of Dooty by Jordan V. - about 1 month ago

Call Of Dooty T-Shirt Photo

"This photograph is of myself and my best friends at the Take Steps for Crohns and Colitis Walk that occurred on June 1, 2014. With the help of my family and friends, we were able to form a team to walk in my honor. Our team was called "Call of Dooty" and the shirts read, "Answering the Call of Dooty". The design expressed the play on words by having the gender bathroom logo with military camouflage on it. My experience working with CustomInk was great. The quality of the shirts were superb, and it was very easy to translate what I envisioned in my head to the actual tshirt. The feedback I received once my design was submitted was awesome. I would definitely go back to CustomInk in the future for tshirt designs and creations. "

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THC by The Hartford Club - about 1 month ago

Thc T-Shirt Photo

"01JUN2014 Ocean Beach New London, CT Make a Wish Foundation Volleyball Charity Tournament We won three out of five games. That day the foundation raised over $16000. Enough to grant TWO wishes. My experience with custom ink has been incredible. They have amazing customer service and are more than patient with all of my questions and concerns. Many thanks to all the staff. I will be referring my friends and family. "

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Sigonella Swordfish Spear Cancer by Sigonella Swordfish - 2 months ago

Sigonella Swordfish Spear Cancer T-Shirt Photo

"In May 2014, the Sigonella Swordfish swim team participated in the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life at an overseas military base in Italy. These military kids and their families were 150 strong, walking a total of over 700 miles. The Swordfish proudly raised $4400 for childhood cancer research. For 24 hours straight, our specially designed CustomInk shirts were on display around the track representing our team's dedication to the cause. We greatly appreciate the support of CustomInk; their quality product, outstanding customer service and timeliness of delivery (particularly to military families oveseas!)."

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Team Nonna by Cassie - 2 months ago

Team Nonna T-Shirt Photo

"The event took place on May 11, 2014 in Downtown Toronto on Yonge Street. It was for a walk with Sporting Life to support kids with cancer and raise money for them to attend Camp Oochigeas."

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Moose on the Loose Family Picture by Nancy Mutton - 2 months ago

Moose On The Loose Family Picture T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was taken at the MS Walk in Fredonia New York on May 18th, 2014. We want to "stomp" out MS! All our funds go to the MS Society for research and to help those with MS. We got so many compliments on our t-shirts, I will probably be ordering more for next year! Your company, CustomInk did the perfect job, arrived on time and even donated to our cause! Could we ask for anything more...absolutely NOT...you're perfect!"

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Got Hope? by Marina Goding - 3 months ago

Got Hope?  T-Shirt Photo

"For a second year in a row, my team and I created shirts on CustomInk to wear during Relay for Life at Stonehill College! This year we named our team Got Hope? and raised over $2,750! We'd like to thank everyone who donated to our team with a special thanks to CustomInk for also donating for a second year in a row! If we win the contest, we would use the money towards shirts for next year's Relay for Life event! Celebrate. Remember. Fight back. Together we can Finish the Fight! "

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2nd Annual Joanie's Birthday Bridge-Brunch! by Maggie Kennedy / Dustin Bullard - 4 months ago

2nd Annual Joanie's Birthday Bridge Brunch! T-Shirt Photo

"Downtown Dallas has its share of characters but one stood out among the rest -- Joanie. From her bright red hair to her loud cackle, you could almost always find her saddled up to the bar at City Tavern, drinking red wine. When Joanie passed away, the community was hit hard but banded together to do some good in her honor. And thus the WAKE UP! Joanie's Birthday Bridge-Brunch was born -- organized to raise money for the Bridge, a local homeless shelter, an idea Joanie was a strong advocate of. Last year, we raised over $10,000 in one afternoon. THIS year we raised even MORE (OVER $12,000!) with the help of these koozies. Custom Ink couldn't have been better to work with -- turning out a great looking product and helpful every step of the way. Ask anyone in Downtown Dallas about Joanie. They'll have a funny story or memory -- or they might just point you to the City Tavern where her wine glass is now glued to the bar -- it doesn't matter -- she lives on."

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