Custom T-Shirts for government

Jake showing off his figure! by Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter - almost 3 years ago

Jake Showing Off His Figure! T-Shirt Photo

"Jake, one of Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter's longest residents, shows off our great "staff" t-shirts made by Custom Ink!! Thanks for the always great product and service!"

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Heartwork Transformational Program by Heartwork Transformational Program - over 3 years ago

Heartwork Transformational Program T-Shirt Photo

"The Heartwork Transformational Program has an annual retreat each year (this was our fourth). This picture was taken at the dance on the last night of the retreat. Unfortunately, the main picture taker didn't adjust her camera to low light, so the pictures with all 24 participants didn't come out. However, this picture gives a good sense of the joy that was generated at the event. Everyone loved the t-shirts, and we are very grateful to Stephanie and the CustomInk staff for going way out of their way to create exactly the t-shirts that we wanted. "

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Team Whitekttle in Rwanda by Team Whitekttle - over 3 years ago

Team Whitekttle In Rwanda T-Shirt Photo

"The Whitekettle Family working with Rwandan (africa) artisans in order to develop Azizzilife.com. Christi, on right,lives in Rwanda for the last 4 years. Customink was easy, fast and greet quality!"

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Home 1st Rentals, LLC by Home 1st Team - over 3 years ago

Home 1st Rentals, Llc T-Shirt Photo

"Taken outside one of our buildings during free coffee and doughnuts."

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Amboseli Maasai Advisory Board by Kathy - almost 4 years ago

Amboseli Maasai Advisory Board T-Shirt Photo

"Coins for Change collected coins from schools all over the world to purchase and distribute goats and cows to the Maasai in Amboseli Kenya; due to the recent droughts that killed over 90% of their herds. Custom Ink was a great asset in helping to desigh the T-shirts that were worn by the Maasai Advisory Board during the distribution of the goats and cows. Great Sales Support!!!"

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Receiving goats by Kathy - almost 4 years ago

Receiving Goats T-Shirt Photo

"Coins for Change collected coins from schools all over the world to purchase and distribute goats and cows to the Amboseli Maasai in Kenya due to the drought that killed over 90% of their herds."

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Wilton Library Memorial Day marchers by WiltonLibrary - about 4 years ago

Wilton Library Memorial Day Marchers T-Shirt Photo

"We got terrific service - a short turnaround time was no problem for these spiffy t-shirts!"

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Purple House Community Center - Wishes for 2010 by Rocki - over 4 years ago

Purple House Community Center   Wishes For 2010 T-Shirt Photo

"We are a communal household invested in social change and social justice!"

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What would Kemp Do? by Jo-anna - over 6 years ago

What Would Kemp Do? T-Shirt Photo

"We are a group of supervisors working in child protection, youth justice and mental health for children in BC. Our boss, Kemp, is a great guy with a good sense of humor. As homage and for fun, we got these shirts and did a big "reveal" at a recent team meeting. For once, Kemp was actually speechless. Great ordering process, very competitive prices and on-time delivery! Love the shirts."

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Restoration Day Volunteers by RestorationDay2007 - almost 7 years ago

Restoration Day Volunteers T-Shirt Photo

"In June NOAA (National Oceanic and Admospheric sdministration)employees from the DC area participated in "Restoration Day." This is a time for scientists to get out of their cubes and get wet and dirty in the mud again. NOAA volunteers spent the day doing various activities helping to clean up the Chesapeake Bay. NOAA Restoration Day is one of the largest voluntary federal employee sponsored environmental stewardship events in the Bay watershed. The Maryland event was held at the Jug Bay component of the Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve in Maryland. The volunteers wore bright orange shirts that were designed with safety in mind- if you saw an orange shirt, you knew they would be of help. They turned out great and everyone loved them- thanks again!"

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