Hanes Tagless T-Shirts Designs
Combine style and comfort with custom Hanes Tagless Ts from CustomInk! The groups featured below in their custom t-shirts are celebrating their big events in this great Hanes product. Hanes Tagless Ts are the perfect choice for team t-shirts, company t-shirts, staff shirts, and more!
Life is Wild Post Production Crew by Missy - over 6 years ago
"We are the post production crew of the TV show LIFE IS WILD. This is at our crew holiday party, where the music department gave everyone shirts that FIX IT WITH MUSIC. If there's bad dialogue, fix it with music. If there's a bad edit, fix it with music. You get the idea!"
PTV Telethon 07 by PTV - over 6 years ago
actors run amuck by travelingplayer - about 7 years ago
"For the Empty Bowls project, the Tractor Shed Theatre at St Stephens HS in Hickory NC, directed by Molly Rice, held an evening of awareness for hunger. We donated all proceeds to two local soup kitchens. The pottery classes created beautiful bowls and we acted an original piece about poverty & hunger in our area. We raised $3000! Everyone loved our T-shirts and it unified the class. I love CustomInk!"
The Ya-Yas 2007 by Chelle - over 7 years ago
"This is the fifth year that we have gathered. We all graduated together and decided life is too short to see each other just every 5 years. We get together usually Presidents' Weekend and get our dose of laughter for the year. And of course like the shirt says, "What happens with the yayas stays with the yayas." None of them knew I was getting the shirts and they were all thrilled with them."
Welcome to Bobapalooza! by BOBAPALOOZA - over 7 years ago
God Save the Queen by BonVoyage - over 7 years ago
Breast Cancer Walk, 2006 by KCCAB - almost 8 years ago
"This is a picture of four of our CAB members who participated in the Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk held in Syracuse, NY. We drove almost 2 hours to participate in the walk, had a team of approximately 50 people and raised almost $2100. Our shirts read Keuka College on the front and the back read Stomping Out Breast Cancer One Stride at a time with little footprints running vertically up the shirt. The shirts were black with neon pink writing."