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Walk Now for Autism Speaks 2011 Chicago by Bianca's Buddies - over 2 years ago
"We were fortunate enough to get a sponsor for 20 shirts for our Autism Walk team. We decided to go with CustomInk because of all the pictures of other charity events. We could not be happier with the shirts. They are beautiful and exactly to our specifications. It was such a great way to honor our daughter that has Autism Spectrum Disorder. The CustomInk representatives that I talked to on the phone were really polite and seemed genuinely interested in making sure the shirts were exactly as I envisioned them."
Twins on the way! by Ryan Colwell - over 2 years ago
Biery Family Team by Meaghan Biery - over 2 years ago
"Every year, we participate in the March of Dimes' March For Babies fundraiser 5k walk in San Diego, CA in memory of our daughter Addison who was stillborn at full term. This year, we ordered team t-shirts from CustomInk and got RAVE reviews from fellow MFB teams! I actually got requests for more shirts from people who want to join our team in upcoming events, and I'm certain that the t-shirts had everything to do with the increased participation! Also, CustomInk donated to our team, which was so wonderful of them to do!"
Emmy's Angels by Vic Frederick - over 2 years ago
"Our daughter, Emily, has Autism and this is her team for the Walk Now for Autism event. We raised more than $1,300 this year. Emily is 14 and took a very active role this year in helping with the team. Our experience with CustomInk could not have been better and we will be using them again."
March of Dimes by Emmas Monkeys - over 2 years ago
"We orderd shirts to wear when walking for the March of Dimes. Our team walked our steps to remember my daughter Emma. The back looked even better! Custom Ink helped me with every qustion and concern I had. I would recommend them for everyone! We also get our Alziemer walk shirts from here! LOVE LOVE LOVE THEM!"
Team Jenna JDRF by Team Jenna - over 2 years ago
"Team Jenna Walked to Cure Diabetes. April 9, 2011 at Ellicott City. We have been walking for the past 4 years since my daughter Jenna was diagnosised as a Type 1 Diabetic. CustomInk did a great job on the shirts this was our first year we used them and will come back again and again quick turn around and T-shirts look GREAT many compliments on the shirts"
Giving cancer the middle finger! by eff cancer!! - over 2 years ago
"Brian wanted a shirt stating his true feelings towards liver cancer and custom ink made that easy for us! This shirt is in honor of Brian and the fight he's been dealing with for the last three years, but never once lost what made him who he is. His wife, cousin and daughter helped make this photo even better."
Emily's Team - Cystic Fibrosis walk at Siesta Key Beach, Fl by Jeffrey Chandler - over 2 years ago
"Dear Custom Ink, Thank you again for helping us design shirts for our walk at Siesta Key Beach, FL. to support our daughter Emily, and all the other children who struggle with Cystic Fibrosis. It was a pleasure doing business with Custom Ink and we look forward to ordering more shirts for the walk next year. Great job and it was a pleasure working with all of you. Thank you, Jeff Chandler Proud Dad of Daughter concurring Cystic Fibrosis "
Karissa Yoder Benefit Concert by Karissa Yoder Benefit concert - almost 3 years ago
"This is a photo of my husband(the creator of the t-shirts) and I listening to the final band at the benefit concert for Karissa Yoder who is suffering from a tramatic brain injury. Karissa, our daughter, Olivia and Amber were in a auto accicent Nov. 7th, 2010. Our benefit concert was held Feb. 26th 2011 at our church, Shiloh Mennonite Church in Resaca, Ohio. Everyone loved the t-shirts! They thought the quality of the t-shirts was excellent and many people purchased them. Thanks for your partnership in this endeavor. Hundreds of people came to the benefit for Karissa and the money will help the family who have been by her side for over three months."