Washington DC T-Shirt Design Ideas & Clipart
Brookland Tails 9-11 Memorial 5K at Pentagon by Danger Dunne - almost 3 years ago
"Hey there! Brookland Tails, a small dog walking business in Washington D.C. wanted to show support for families with lost loved ones at the Pentagon. We ran to the site of the crash and participated in the memorial service. The shirts from CustomInk really brought us together during this emotional event. Thanks CustomInk!"
BCUB takes DC by BCUB - about 3 years ago
BootCamp2011 by swissmiss - about 3 years ago
Race for the Cure 2011 (Washington, DC) by Race for the Cure 2011 - about 3 years ago
"A group of friends has gotten together for the past 9 years and ran in the Race for the Cure. Each of us are children, grandchildren, nieces, and nephews of woman who have been diagnosed, survived, or died of breast cancer. This year we decided to create shirts to wear during our run. "
Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure in Washington DC by WRAMC Nutrition Nuts - about 3 years ago
Team Aidan by Ellen - over 3 years ago
Team New York reaches half-way point by Team New York - over 3 years ago
"Team New York walks in Washington D.C. to support Breast Cancer research. The event raised over 5 Million dollars. The event took place in Washington D.C. on April 30th and May 1st, a two day walking event that started at the Washington Monument and ended 26 miles later in Chevy Chase, Maryland. We wanted to represent our home state NY while in D.C. Custom Ink helped to create this design and they came out beautifully. We we're proud to wear them and proud to walk and experience all that we did. Thank you Custom Ink for being a part of the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer."
Lady GaGa's & MaMa's Saving the TaTa's! by Twins - over 3 years ago
"My twin sister, mom, dear friend and I walked 39 miles in the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer held in Washington DC last weekend. We walked to honor our Mom and to remember a close friend. We will continue to walk until there is a cure for breast cancer so that men and women around the world will never have to endure the pain and suffering of the disease."