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Second Base Team Photo by Second Base 9 Ball Doubles Team - almost 3 years ago

Second Base Team Photo T-Shirt Photo

"We won a local 9 Ball Doubles tournament in the APA to represent North Alabama in Las Vegas. We decided to go and play for a cause greater than ourselves and were playing to win the money to raise awareness about breast cancer. We played in Vegas 24-26 August 2011. Working with CustomInk was a wonderful experience. They even gave a donation to our cause!"

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ALZ Walk 2011 by SusanC - almost 3 years ago

Alz Walk 2011 T-Shirt Photo

"Our Team for Alz Walk 2011 won first Family Team in fundraising. We got lots of compliments on our shirts. Our Team is to honor Larry who has Alzheimers Disease. "

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Team Jimmy G by Team Jimmy G - almost 3 years ago

Team Jimmy G T-Shirt Photo

"Team Jimmy G is a runners club assembled to raise funds for a close friend who was paralyzed in a motorcycle accident- We have taken on the challenge to run 6 half marathons in 6 months time."

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SCL Adult VolleyballTourney by SCL Posse - almost 3 years ago

Scl Adult Volleyball Tourney T-Shirt Photo

"This was a fundraising event for our children's school. We did NOT come close to winning but we were the "brightest" team! I've used CustomInk in the past and will use them again soon- GREAT service and prices!"

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I Can Ride My Bike With the Handlebars by The Handlebars - almost 3 years ago

I Can Ride My Bike With The Handlebars T-Shirt Photo

"We started a charity cycling team to raise money to fight Multiple Sclerosis, called the Handlebars. Every year we grow mustaches and ride to raise money to fight this disease. At our charity event in August 2011, we won best team t-shirt and have had people ask us to buy them."

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Team Odyssey @ PMC by Team Odyssey - almost 3 years ago

Team Odyssey @ Pmc T-Shirt Photo

"The Pan-Mass Challenge, held August 6-7, is a 192-mile bicycling event to raise money for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute and its Jimmy Fund. This was Team Odyssey's 5th year participating in the event. Great Event and Great Friends. Made better by having Great team T-shirts from CustomInk. "

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Boyle Park Baseball for Charity 2011 by Jonah - almost 3 years ago

Boyle Park Baseball For Charity 2011 T-Shirt Photo

"A fun, laid-back baseball game for kids (my younger brother and his friends) to raise money for charity. Forgive the bright sunlight that makes the sign impossible to read; it says "3rd Annual Boyle Park Baseball Game for Charity". We have used CustomInk for two years now, and this year as always, the service was dependable, efficient, and friendly."

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Shirts to build the first Secondary school in Lenana, Kenya by TheSupply - about 3 years ago

Shirts To Build The First Secondary School In Lenana, Kenya T-Shirt Photo

"Our non-profit is currently working towards building the first secondary school in Lenana Kenya. We believe that these children will change and transform their village through the power of education. In this picture is one of the students, Ian, wearing our shirt and representing our cause. The reason we have "Eddo&Shawn&John&me" is because we are all a team (Eddo, Shawn, and John are the staff members of the supply). This shirt represents that we are all fighting for education! Whether we are in Kenya or in America. "

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Irish Pub's Tour De Shore 2011 by Dirty 30 Bike Team - about 3 years ago

Irish Pub's Tour De Shore 2011 T-Shirt Photo

"This year police officers from our bicycle team rode there bikes as in previous years from the Irish Pub at 20th and Walnut Streets, Philadelphia, PA to the Irish Pub in Atlantic City, NJ to raise money for the Irish Pub Children's Foundation, a Delaware Valley based charity dedicated to helping needy children throughout the region. The Irish Pub Tour de Shore has raised over $1,600,000 for various children’s beneficiaries. Last year’s ride generated nearly $270,000 from 1,300 riders and sponsors. Each year 80% of all funds raised go directly to the chosen charities. Some of the charities that they will support this year include: . Daniel Faulkner Educational Grant Fund · FOP Survivor’s Fund · Police Athletic League of Philadelphia · Pat McDonald Scholarship Fund This year our team ordered the shirts from customink.com. The shirt was a hit with our sponsors and the team. We received the shirts on time and the staff at Custom Ink did a great job. Thank you again from the Dirty 30 Bike Team."

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We're Competing For A Cause by Zachys Wine and Liquor, Inc - about 3 years ago

We're Competing For A Cause T-Shirt Photo

"With the 10 year anniversary of September 11th fast approaching, the ENTIRE staff here at ZACHYS (pictured) did not want to let this date just slide on by. There are thousands of families that have suffered losses, many of which we have a chance to help out. When we gathered to discuss the concept of commemorating 9/11/11 the whole ZACHYS team knew that we wanted to do SOMETHING…but what? It was such a “numbing” series of events 10 years ago that so many of us stood by feeling helpless wanting to know what more we could do. Here’s our chance today! On September 11, 2011, Andrew McMurray, vice president of Zachys has chosen to participate in a HALF IRONMAN triathlon in Croton-On-Hudson NY. Given the importance of the day and what it could mean to ZACHYS, our family, friends and supporters of the store…We felt this would be the perfect way to show “We Will Never Forget”. Over the course of this Summer he has been logging in countless hours in the water, on the bike and running the streets of Westchester. All with one goal in mind. To reach our fundraising goal of $20,000 for Families of Freedom. Families of Freedom is a charity that was set up to ensure that secondary schooling and college would be an option for those children who lost parents in the 9/11 attacks. We all know how much college costs these days and a goal of $20,000 is a very fair one. This past weekend (July 29-30th), the Zachys staff rallied together in their “We will never forget” t-shirts and worked the streets of Scarsdale at the ZACHYS lemonade stand and raised $800+, one glass at a time. Our resolve and commitment to hitting this goal is unwavering and when I cross that finish line we ALL want to be able to raise our hands in the air with a great sense of accomplishment on what we achieved on such an important day."

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