Custom T-Shirts for heart disease

AHA Heart Walk by Team Erica - 3 months ago

Aha Heart Walk  T-Shirt Photo

"My sister Erica passed away at 13 from heart disease. Three years ago our family started participating in this event to raise money for the AHA. This is my second year using Custom Ink for this event and again they go above and beyond. I do this event every year in hope that if even one family does not have to go through the pain of losing a love one to heart disease then all the hard work is worth it. I continue to use Custom Ink every year for this heart walk."

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The Ticker Tantrums!! by Ticker Tantrums at AHA Heart Walk - 8 months ago

The Ticker Tantrums!! T-Shirt Photo

"The Ticker Tantrums, a group of women who have survived and are living with heart disease, along with their families and friends walked to raise money for education and research in cardiovascular disease-the #1 killer of men and women."

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Santa Monica Heart Walk by Kacie Torres - 9 months ago

Santa Monica Heart Walk T-Shirt Photo

"We made our "Team little Emma" shirts to wear to spread awareness since our daughter was born with a heart defect and needed to have heart surgery 12 hours old. We have used our shirts for 5 Heart Walks in the past year and we have loved wearing them. This picture is the most recent heart walk we went to at the Santa Monica Pier, and we met Lu Parker from KTLA 5 and they even showed this picture on their morning news segment. We are super grateful that these shirts,, and they have helped us to spread awareness about heart disease. Thank you custom ink !!!"

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Real Jeanius Saves Hearts Tee by LeShay Weaver - 11 months ago

Real Jeanius Saves Hearts Tee T-Shirt Photo

"I took this photo to post on my Facebook page to show people that I support my "REAL JEANIUS SAVES HEARTS" tshirt campaign in the fight against heart disease that I launched on booster.com a few days ago. So far the campaign is going great!!!! I have nothing but good things to say about customink.com and actually sent some customers your way to order tees, start their own campaigns and own tshirt lines. Great products and customer service."

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"Roxie's Hearts" at Heartwalk 2012 in Roanoke,VA by Callie Hill - over 1 year ago

"Roxie's Hearts" At Heartwalk 2012 In Roanoke,Va T-Shirt Photo

"Our Heartwalk team was named "Roxie's Hearts" in memory of my beautiful mother who passed away in September 2011. Mom had been a heart disease survivor and was proud of it. I have been walking in her honor since 2007 and now I walk in her memory. I wear her red "survivor" cap so that I know she is with me at the walk. I have raised over $1000 last year and again this year. It means so much to me! Customink has been awesome to work with!! I love their shirts and I was totally surprised when Customink offered to make a donation to our team! That just blew me away and I have been recommending their company to anyone that I can. Thank you Customink from the bottom of my heart!!!"

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Team AJ by Stacy Costello - about 3 years ago

Team Aj T-Shirt Photo

"Connecticut Heart Walk. Team AJ was in memory of my dad (Al) and mom (Joyce) who both died too young from heart disease. The walk and the shirts were a great way to pay tribute to them. CustomInk was amazing to work with and will do so again for future events! Thank you!!"

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Walking for a cure for Heart Disease! by Northwestern Walkers - almost 4 years ago

Walking For A Cure For Heart Disease! T-Shirt Photo

"The Northwestern Walkers created a team to support one of our co-workers who lost his younger brother suddenly last year to heart complications. He left a 10 year old daughter behind and we wanted to support him in raising money toward research. We had a team of 8 employees, there families and my co-worker's niece and sister. We raised over $5000 in 3 weeks. "

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Go Red Day 2008 by WRHSCathLab - over 6 years ago

Go Red Day 2008 T-Shirt Photo

"Go Red Day 2008 use to help educate women on the heart disease. There were flashes of red throughout our community and Custom Ink donated to the American Heart Association in our name."

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