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Custom T-Shirts for children's cancer research
Team Jack - Houston CureSearch Walk 2013 by Team Jack - Houston CureSearch Walk 2013 - about 1 year ago
"Team Jack help raised money and participated in the 2013 Houston CureSearch Walk to help raise money for children's cancer research. We had a great experience with Custom Ink. We were able to design our shirts easily using the website. our order was processed quickly and we even received our shirts before the assigned deadline. The event was a great success and everyone loved our shirts. We are now looking to use our shirts for the Ultimate Hike that benefits CureSearch. We will definitely be using Custom Ink again! "
Courageous Shavee for Children's Cancer by TeamBabyZ - almost 2 years ago
"At Schaumburg High School last month, we hosted a St Baldrick's Event, a foundation which raises money for children's cancer research and in turn shaves participants heads which shows solidarity with these fighting children. Our school raised over $103,000 over the course of a month and had over 150 shavees, with a good portion of those being females. These shirts were made for Sania Z.(back row, 4th in from the left) who shaved off all of her beautiful her that afternoon. She herself raised $1,200. The shirt reads "Her locks rock our socks. Go baby z courageous shavee!". We hope to order from customink again for our Relay for Life event this summer :)"
Derby Days '09! by UT-Tridelta - almost 5 years ago
"We ordered 125 of these wonderful tank tops to show our spirit for Sigma Chi Derby Days, and we won!! We raised the most money for Childrens Cancer Research, and having about 100 girls wearing these definitely helped us win! Thank you custom ink!! We don't have a picture of everyone together, but this gives you an idea!"
Wilton Warriors and St. Baldricks by boepple - about 6 years ago
"This is a picture from our high school basketball game last weekend. Our team was down by 15 points with three and a half minutes left to go, in the game against our arch rival, Ridgefield. The team came back and forced overtime and ended up winning by 6. This picture is from the end of overtime as our star player, senior, Elijah Everett, dunked in front of our student section as over 250 kids stormed the court. Over 150 of the students were wearing Wilton Warriors shirts that we made using customink. So far we have sold 215 of them and we hope to place another order. All of the profits from the shirt sales, which is nearly 1,200 dollars to date, are going directly to the St. Baldrick's Foundation which helps raise money for children's cancer research."