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Custom T-Shirts for dad
Holly and Daddy by Holly's Berries - 5 months ago
"Holly with her Daddy at the halfway point of the EFEPA Summer Stroll for Epilepsy walk. We loved our Holly's Berries shirts. Holly even had her own 'My Berries' shirt, thanks to the helpful and friendly T-shirt Ambassador, Sean Love (his idea). Thanks so much, we will be ordering again next year."
Best Dad Ever by linnytay - 6 months ago
This is Memphis boy, we don't wear our hair like that! by Memphis! - 6 months ago
"my dad and I always say this quote to each other as an inside joke! My dad is a huge Elvis Presley fan and when Elvis was first starting out he was in Memphis. This guy said to him "this is Memphis, boy, we don't wear our hair like that!" Referring to his long hair. Elvis' friend stook up for him :)"
Dad's 70th Birthday celebration by April - 6 months ago
At the races by Robyn Fischer - 6 months ago
Bob's 70th Birthday at the Ballpark! by Susannah Rosenblatt - 6 months ago
"CustomInk helped create 10 custom T-shirts for my dad's 70th birthday party at a minor league baseball game in Maryland this past Saturday. The family, and my dad, loved the shirts, which helped us get in just the right "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" mood! And Dad's custom shirt with "Bob" and #70 on the back were the icing on the proverbial cake. Thanks to CustomInk for their helpful advice and great design tweaks. "
Dad in his benefit t-shirt from CustomInk by Dad wearing his benefit t-shirt - 7 months ago
"We held a benefit fundraiser for my dad. He had a stroke last year leaving his right side paralyzed. We found a costly treatment in Florida that could give him a second chance to live somewhat of a normal life instead of requiring 24 hour care. Here he is wearing his CustomInk t-shirt and having a great time. Thank you again for everything you have done. SIncerely, Hope Burrell "
Jimbo Running the Boston Marathon 2013 by Jimbo's cheering squad! - 8 months ago
"I just sent you a picture of three of us in our Jimbo shirts but this is a picture of my dad running in his too. This was taken towards the end of the Boston Marathon on Comm. Ave with the John Hancock and Prudential buildings in the distance. At this point he had less than a mile until the finish and the bombs went off a few minutes after this picture was taken. He was stopped at 25.9 miles because of the explosions but the shirt did help him run the marathon thanks to all the cheering the shirt promoted and it also helped all my family reunite after the explosions (bright yellow was easier to spot in the crowds of people)."