Custom T-Shirts for hero

Bros & Hoes take on Hero Rush for Fallen Firefighters! by katrippany - about 1 year ago

Bros & Hoes Take On Hero Rush For Fallen Firefighters! T-Shirt Photo

"The Elmira College Fire & EMS Club traveled to Ballston Spa, New York on May 18th, 2013. We participated in the 2nd annual Hero Rush event to benefit the National Fallen Firefighters. The event was 4.74 Miles which consisted of almost 20 obstacles. Once we arrived at the event, multiple people loved and commented on our shirts. Many people were asking where we ordered the shirts from and how we came up with the funny idea. The announcer liked the shirts so much we were told to go up on stage in front of everyone to tell where we were from and who we were running for. Our experience with CustomInk was great. They even called me to tell me their opinion on the shirt and that the design should be modified colors so that it will stand out more. No other company would have done that! Great experience that will defiantly be buying again! Hopefully we will win this great contest so that we can buy for next years event! "

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My cousin, the hero by Sam B. - about 1 year ago

My Cousin, The Hero T-Shirt Photo

"About a week ago I received the tshirts that I had ordered for my cousins party before deployment. Everyone loved them and they were a hit!! Yesterday was the official deployment send off. I hugged my cousin for the last time until he comes home from Afghanistan. It was an emotional day full of tears. We all wore our tshirts again. And I got a shout out from the Governor of Wisconsin!!!! He told me he really loved the shirts. And I told him that I had help designing them. Anyways, here is the picture we took with him! It was so cool. Thanks again for helping with these shirts. Words can't describe the meaning behind these shirts. I can't wait to order Welcome Home shirts when my cousin returns. "

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Blowing cancer away one step at a time by Princess Racheal - over 1 year ago

Blowing Cancer Away One Step At A Time T-Shirt Photo

"This is my 2 year old daughter Racheal, the precious little sweetheart for whom I have had the t-shirts made. She is currently battling AML, a very aggressive type of leukemia that is typically seen in older men. She has been hospitalized since August 11, and has been such a trooper through this entire journey. Racheal often goes to visit other cancer patients on her floor to get them out of their beds to come play with her and she is always so very positive even at 2 years old. She has already relapsed during treatment, but it hasn't slowed her down one bit. We are currently waiting for a bone marrow transplant. One day she told me "it's alright mommy" and I knew from then on it would be. That is why the back of her shirt reads "Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.""

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Team Malachi 2011 by Team Malachi - almost 3 years ago

Team Malachi 2011 T-Shirt Photo

"We participated in the 2nd Annual Congenital Heart walk in Columbus, Ohio, in honor of our son, Malachi. He was born with a rare heart condition and has endured multiple heart surgeries. He is our little hero! The shirts custom ink did turned out so well! Everyone at the walk complimented on how great the shirts were!"

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