Custom T-Shirts for dad
The back of our shirts by Marts N' Crew - about 3 years ago
Fingers Favorite Fighters by Marts N' Crew - about 3 years ago
"My team, "Fingers Favorite Fighters", walked 16hrs at the Relay For Life on June 4-5th in honor of my Dad who lost his battle with throat cancer on 10-6-10. Even though we are rookies at this Relay For Life stuff, we still came out with a bang... Killer team shirts + an amazing $2,500 raised for the American Cancer Society! Thanks to customink.com, our shirts were the hit of the event and we even scored a few more orders for shirts because they are just THAT AWESOME!! The knowledgable, caring customer service reps and quick shipping made this experience an A+ all the way around! Plus the fact that customink.com even donated to our fundraising efforts was an unforseen blessing! What other company does that?! :) A HUGE thank you for helping me and my team show everyone that CANCER AIN'T FOR SISSIES!!"
Tom's Ozark Paradise by Tom's Ozark Paradise - about 3 years ago
Spence Family at Norfolk Cruise Terminal by Embarkation Day - about 3 years ago
Bob's 50th Golf Outing by Jenni - about 3 years ago
In Memory Of by Rocco - over 3 years ago
Markus' 50th Birthday Roadtrip! by Acosta Family Roadtrip - over 3 years ago
"My dad just turned 50 and instead of a big party he said he preferred an "experience." So that's what we gave him! We rented an RV and all 7 of us (my mom, dad, two brothers, my husband and my brother's girlfriend) all piled into this RV and drove down to San Diego. We surprised him with these shirts, and made everyone wear them the first day. We all looked like dorks, but my dad loved it! "
Team Tony by Race for Hope, Philadelphia - almost 4 years ago
"Race for Hope, Philadelphia, is a 5 K run and walk that my family participates in every year. About 18 months ago, my dad was diagnosed with 2 meningioma brain tumors, with one wrapped around his optic nerve. After a scary few months of losing his vision and high dose radiation, he is finally starting to be able to cope and function like himself. He was able to run the entire 3.2 miles at the race and continues to be an inspiration to my entire family. "