Custom T-Shirts for honor society

What's inside your sandtray? by Kappa Upsilon Nu Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota - 12 months ago

What's Inside Your Sandtray? T-Shirt Photo

"Our chapter of Chi Sigma Iota (the international honor society for counseling) wanted to order some shirts for a community service event we were participating in called Jersey Cares Day. Our group volunteered to clean up the shore at Gateway National Recreation Center in Sandy Hook, NJ. Rather appropriately, our witty slogan had to do with sandtrays, so this picture seemed perfect! We were so happy with CustomInk and would use them again!"

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Brevengers Shirts 2012 by Blue Key National Honor Society - about 1 year ago

Brevengers Shirts 2012 T-Shirt Photo

"Our Honor Society puts on an annual talent show to raise money for a local charity. This year we have chose Dorothy Day Food Pantry in Fargo, ND to donate all the proceeds from the show to. The show will take place on March 27th at 7pm in Festival Concert Hall Fargo, ND. Our experience with Custom Ink could not be better. We got the shirts way ahead of time, they looked fantastic, got the right amount of shirts, answered all our questions, and got them at a great price. We can not ask for a better place to get such great shirts."

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PTK Conference Seattle by Alpha Epsilon Omega Officer Team - over 2 years ago

Ptk Conference Seattle T-Shirt Photo

"Custom Ink is amazing. I have had the best experience with the staff and website that I have already placed another order for a different organization! This photo was taken of our AEO Officer team at a PTK National Honor Society Conference in Seattle.PTK colors are blue and yellow so we decided on the Kelly Green Track Jacket from J.American. We stood out! We were also the talk of the conference; every other chapter had to know where we got them. I recommended Custom Ink with flying colors and gave their address out to at four different chapters. Thank you Custom Ink and I will order again, and again, and again..."

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