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Walk to End Alzheimers by Schmidt ALZ Stars - 6 months ago
Leah's Leapers by Leah's Leapers -- Finding a cure for T1 Diabetes - 7 months ago
"This is a photo of my 13 year old daughter, her friends, and her brother and his friends, all of whom walked for JDRF in Libertyville IL on October 6. Leah (in the front) has had diabetes for 3 1/2 years, and is an active fundraiser -- we raised over $3500 at the walk. Her friend and her brother's friends loved the T-Shirt, and all wore it to school the next day. It was a wonderful day and a terrific opportunity for us to show our support for Leah."
Walk to End Alzheimer's - Guardian Angels by Walk to end Alzheimer's - 7 months ago
"We are all family members who have suffered the loss of a loved one following a short/long battle with Alzheimer's. We joined the Walk to end Alzheimer's in Glenview, IL to walk with others also affected by Alzheimer's. CustomInk was an amazing company to work with and I will use them for all custom printing needs in the future."
Sandburg tennis meets Martina Navratilova by Sandburg Tennis - 7 months ago
Pretty Muddy Mud Run Start by Lori - 8 months ago
Pretty Muddy Mud Run...CustomInk advertising by Lori - 8 months ago
Swings grille softball team 2013 by Swingers grille softball - 8 months ago
"This photo was taken after the first week of our fall 2013 season in Bloomington, IL. We won both games that night despite a scary moment where one of our players was beaned in the head while running to third base. But we overcame and won both games! "
Ashley's Last Taste of Being Single by Courtney - 8 months ago
2013 Family Reunion by Did Someone 4get Their T-SHIRT? - 8 months ago
"We had our first family reunion in over 30 years on Saturday, August 24,2013 at Six Flags Great America in Gurnee, IL. We get to the park and someone forgot their shirt. I'd like to thank CustomInk for helping make our gathering a success. Everyone was pleased with the way our shirts turned out and we were proud to wear them."