Custom T-Shirts for fight against breast cancer

Strike Out Breast Cancer bowling tournament by Triumph Mountain Properties - over 1 year ago

Strike Out Breast Cancer Bowling Tournament T-Shirt Photo

"4 ladies from the Triumph Mountain Properties office participated in a charity bowling event on Valentine's Day to benefit the fight against breast cancer. We wanted to have team t-shirts to represent our company and the cause. Working with CustomInk was one of the most pleasurable and easy experiences I've ever had ordering anything online. And they followed up with a personal call and email. I appreciate the real women as models to show shirt sizes, and especially appreciate the donation CustomInk made on our team's behalf!"

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WTHS pinks out by West Texas High School - almost 3 years ago

Wths Pinks Out  T-Shirt Photo

"National Honor Society of West Texas High School service project was to raise awareness to breast cancer. We organized a pink out game, pep rally, and week at WTHS. The entire school wore these shirts: students, faculty, custodians, cafeteria workers...the entire community got involved as we ordered almost 400 of these great t-shirts and filled the town with a sea of PINK! All profits from these shirts was donated to the fight against breast cancer. "

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Dig Pink Team shirts by Dig Pink Fan Shirts - almost 3 years ago

Dig Pink Team Shirts T-Shirt Photo

"The Upper St Clair Girls Volleyball team held their third Dig Pink match to raise for for breast cancer. Our coach used the Customink website and designed these team shirts that the girls wore during the matches. "

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USC Girls Volleyball Team by Dig Pink Fan Shirts - almost 3 years ago

Usc Girls Volleyball Team T-Shirt Photo

"USC Girls Volleyball team held their third Dig Pink match to help in the fight against breast cancer. This year, our coach used Customink to design the fan shirts that the girls are wearing in the picture. All proceeds from the sale of the shirts went to the Side-Out Foundation."

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