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Unexpected Winners by Rocky Hill Fire Department - 3 months ago
"The picture is at the awards ceremony where we took best overall in the Fire Department Muster competition and best times for fastest ladder climb and fastest hose load packing. We originally came to the event having little to no knowledge of what we were doing or what a muster was. This was a first for all of us and we went up to do it to support the South Windsor Fire Department who were hosting the annual Connecticut Fireman's Convention. We competed in 6 different events and ended up winning two individual events and we had the best time overall! We came into the competition just wanting to do it for fun with no expectation of winning anything and here we are winning the entire Muster. Everyone loved our shirts and thought we looked the best because of the uniformity, needless to say we thought so too. Working with CustomInk has been nothing short of spectacular. We needed a quick turn around time due to the short time frame of notification of the event. When first deciding if we could even get them in time i was assured many times that we would have them in time. From the initial design period all through the final delivery of the shirts was amazing. There was always someone updating myself on the status of the order and even went out of their way to make a small change on the shirts for us without delaying the order. We will be repeat customers, the quality and easy of design is enough to get our business for the entire department and not just the seven of us who have the shirts. Thanks again for helping make us look professional and thanks again for the ease of the entire process!"
Stanislaus County Peace Officer Memorial Run 2013 by Stanislaus County Peace Officer Memorial Run 2013 - 3 months ago
"Photograph was taken of people associated with the Ceres Police Department in front of the Gallo Center located downtown Modesto. We were there to support the fallen officers of Stanislaus County. Since 1935 there have been 15 fallen officers. OFFICER LAVON B. NEW Turlock Police Department. end of watch August 14, 1935 OFFICER EARLE M. AMES California Highway Patrol. end of watch December 10, 1936 OFFICER JOE E. KERLEY Turlock Police Department. end of watch November 1, 1949 OFFICER GEORGE G. BREDENBERG JR. Turlock Police Department. end of watch November 4, 1949 OFFICER HAROLD B. HARLESS Riverbank Police Department. end of watch October 17, 1965 DEPUTY HAROLD L. THORNTON Stanislaus County Sheriffs Office. end of watch August 23, 1967 DEPUTY BILL J. DICKENS Stanislaus County Sheriffs Office. end of watch January 27, 1970 OFFICER WILLIAM R. COURT California Highway Patrol. end of watch February 13, 1970 OFFICER RAYMOND C. WILLERT Turlock Police Department. end of watch February 9, 1973 OFFICER LEO R. VOLK Modesto Police Department. end of watch May 21, 1973 SERGEANT HOWARD K. STEVENSON Ceres Police Department. end of watch January 9, 2005 OFFICER EARL H. SCOTT California Highway Patrol. end of watch February 17, 2006 SERGEANT STEVEN E. MAY Modesto Police Department. end of watch July 23, 2009 DEPUTY ROBERT PARIS Stanislaus County Sheriffs Office. end of watch April 12, 2012 Since 2002, the primary goals of this non-profit organization have been to educate the public about officers who die in the line of duty, to support and assist the families of fallen officers, and to raise public awareness of the Stanislaus County, State and National memorials for fallen officers."
Flight team from Northeast Montana STAT Air by STAT Air - 4 months ago
Williamson Fire Department Softball by Williamson Fire Department Softball - 4 months ago
Fundraiser Softball by Atlanta P.D. - 4 months ago
"I was contacted by another Police department who was in need of softball teams for a fundraiser for a family in need. We got our team together and with the help of Custom Ink, we got our team shirts in, went and had some fun and raised money for those in need. "
WE HATE GALE by jenny -phpd dodgeball 2013 - 5 months ago
"PHPD in Michigan held a 2nd Annual Dodgeball Tournament. We had 12 participating teams, which included local law enforcment, county offices, and citizens. We raised over $1000 to donate to Special Olympics Michigan. The event in April of 2013 "
not the face...were models by jenny -phpd dodgeball 2013 - 5 months ago
"this event was the 2nd Annual Port Huron Police Dept Dodgeball Tournament. The event was held in April of 2013 and we had 12 teams and all the money raised was donated to the Special Olympics Michigan. This was my second time ordering t shirts through Custom Ink and i have to say that I was 100% satisfied with the product and the customer service. thank you, Jenny Leach"
Soaring High at Gillette by Arthur P - 6 months ago
"Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, MA, held the Boston Strong First Responder Workout Marathon last weekend. I am a paramedic on a team of other paramedics competing in this 26-hour-long workout marathon on Gillette Field. I ordered team shirts through CustomInk for my team called "Section 12" aka "Pink slip" hence the pink tanks. Section 12 means involuntary psychiatric hold, and we're all known to work crazy hours performing crazy duties in our line of work. We thought this theme was appropriate since we were competing in a 26-hour-long workout marathon! Crazy no? Everyone loved the shirts! Thank you CustomInk!"
Do You Have What it Takes? by Cynthia Cox - 6 months ago
"This photograph is from an awesome Firefighter Appreciation Day and volunteer recruitment event at the Waterford Speedbowl June 15. Here I am with the driver of the 27 truck-- which also carries our campaign slogan " Do you have what it takes? Local volunteer fire departments handed out 600 t shirts--- thats a lot of walking advertisements and potential recruits for our local fire departments! The stands were a sea of blue! Thanks Custom Ink for an awesome product and excellent service!"