Custom T-Shirts for italy
Sigonella Swordfish Spear Cancer by Sigonella Swordfish - 3 months ago
"In May 2014, the Sigonella Swordfish swim team participated in the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life at an overseas military base in Italy. These military kids and their families were 150 strong, walking a total of over 700 miles. The Swordfish proudly raised $4400 for childhood cancer research. For 24 hours straight, our specially designed CustomInk shirts were on display around the track representing our team's dedication to the cause. We greatly appreciate the support of CustomInk; their quality product, outstanding customer service and timeliness of delivery (particularly to military families oveseas!)."
31st SFS softball champs by Allesha - 12 months ago
I Love Connecticut by I <3 CT - almost 2 years ago
"Few of 41 students from Italy in America for the first time through an exchange program wearing there new CustomInk t-shirts. CustomInk perfected the design of the famous I <3 NY with a Connecticut twist. CustomInk's guranteed rush delivery time allowed the shirts to arrive on the delivery date and its excellent customer service allowed for ease when changing quanities. "
PWOC Naples, Italy by PWOC - almost 2 years ago
"This is our Protestant Women of the Chapel(PWOC) located in Naples, Italy group. We are a chapel base ministry for women and although this PWOC is an Army funded program; we are based on a Navy installation and are not receiving funding from anyone but through our own fundraising activities. This picture was taken on Nov. 6, 2012 and our ladies couldn't be prouder darning the CustomInk logo shirts. "
Family Cruise by "Team Mazzarini" - almost 3 years ago
Capri, Italy by JJDOGG22 - over 3 years ago
Jeffs Birthday by Susie_and_Jeff - almost 5 years ago
Rock Junket in Italy!!! by RockJunket - over 6 years ago
Making Friends with a T-Shirt in Orvieto, Italy by Robin - over 7 years ago
"To celebrate our friend Bob's 60th birthday, we traveled with a group of 30 Washingtonians to Italy. The day of his birthday we doned our shirts in his honor and visited Orvieto. While Bob and many of his friends were touring the inside the famed cathedral there, we were approached by a fellow American just outside the front doors who wanted to know where he could buy one of our great looking CustonInk shirts. After all he was "Bob" and turning 60 later that year. I just happened to have an extra shirt in my back pack. We gave it to him on the condition that he would wear it into the cathedral and find our friend, pretending to be one of his old friends from college who had finally caught up with the group for this celebration. He did and our friend feel for it completely! Bob, our new friend from Chicago, is the young man with white hair in this photograph."