Custom T-Shirts for german
We love our DEUTSCH KLUB Sweatshirts!! by Shakopee High School Deutsch Klub - 10 months ago
"This is Shakopee High School's first year ever having a German club. The students in German have such passion for the language and culture that they created a German club that actively has 35 students in it. They participate once a month in activities related to the German culture language and with each activity wear their AWESOME Custom Ink Sweatshirts! One of the students in German Club designed and HAND DREW the Berlin skyline on our sweatshirts making them that much more awesome. Thanks Custom Ink- you guys ROCK! "
Niskayuna High School German Program Rockt! by Niskayuna High School German Program put Niskayuna on the map at the German-American Parade in New Y - 11 months ago
"The Niskayuna High School German Program marched in the 56th annual German-American Steuben Parade in NYC on Sept. 21, 2013. Our energetic group of 38 (German teachers, students, friends, and future German students) wore the awesome custom t-shirts printed by CustomInk. The eye-catching design was the result of a t-shirt design contest the German Program held in January 2013. Parade watchers told us that our red t-shirts really stood out! When the German Program decided to sponsor a t-shirt design contest, we knew we wanted an easy way for students to submit their designs to us. CustomInk really stood out with great reviews and also provided everything we were looking for. Niskayuna students used CustomInk's design lab and then submitted their custom designs to the judges. Really, it was so easy! Working with CustomInk was a great experience. The customer service was outstanding and the Niskayuna HS German Program will definitely use CustomInk in the future. "
Holl-A-Palooza by randallholl - about 4 years ago
"My family gets together on the 4th of July every year on property that my grandma (pictured) and her sisters bought along the Otter Tail Lake and Otter Tail River in Minnesota. The Holl's are of German decent, but the red-head (my mother) is Norwegian. I read somewhere that "palooza" has Norwegian roots for party and revelry - so we now call our annual memorial picnic (in honor of my Grandpa) Holl-A-Palooza at the OTC (Otter Tail County)."