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Custom T-Shirts for church event
Sirviendo a Dios y a la Comunidad by CFC - about 2 years ago
"This was a Christmas event, where 400 toys were given away to the community, this event was in Houston, Texas, at Centro Familiar Cristiano, on Saturday, December 10th. our experience with CustomInk was fantastic, we are so happy to do business with such a great company."
Vacation Bible School 2010 by Phyllis B. by TenYears - over 3 years ago
"Church of God Baptist is celebrating our tenth year as a body of believers and these shirts were purchased for our seventh Vacation Bible School inside of this church building. These shirts was a surprise for the servant leaders of our church and purchased by Deacon Edwards and Sister Phyllis. When I received the advertisement in the mail from CustomInk, it was just what I was looking for...a site where I could create and design what I wanted at a low cost...Wow!! The quality of the tee shirts is excellent and I was also surprised when I received an email informing how to clean and take care of the tee shirts we purchased...this was different...and I recommend CustomInk to anyone looking for a great deal with quality. Phyllis B"
Punching Pandas by maddielynn - over 4 years ago
"Whatever you lack in talent should be made up for with style! That's what the Punching Pandas were thinking when they were going into the 3rd Annual NorthWood Student Ministry Turkey Bowl in Keller, TX. They weren't the best team out there, but they looked great in their Hanes Her Way V-neck T-shirts. Each of the girls personified the image of the boxing panda on their shirt, cute with an attitude. They took their team all the way to the semi-finals where they lost by just one touchdown. None of this would have been possible without Custom Ink's easy to use online editing program and incredible fast project turn around. These shirts added a level of fun as well as a sense of unity, giving these girls an experience that they will never forget."