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Custom T-Shirts for lung cancer
White Ribbon Walkers Team! by White Ribbon Walkers (Relay for life team) - about 1 month ago
"White ribbon walkers was named in honor of my daughter's Dad, Mark. He passed away at the age of 40 from lung cancer. My office staff decided to start a team with family and friends. We walk and accept donations for the American Cancer Society in honor of all family members that fought or are fighting cancer."
Lungevity Walk Boston- Ernie's Gang by Ernie's Gang - 6 months ago
Team Judy! by Stephanie Matour, Team Judy! - 6 months ago
"This photography was taken at the Bonnie J Addario Lung Cancer Foundation 5k in Philadelphia, PA. My family participated in the 5k walk/run in support of my Mother Judy who battled and is remission of lung cancer. We wanted to support her fight by walking and running in her honor! We had a terrific experience working with CustomInk and were beyond grateful for their donation to our cause!"
2013 Chicago Lung Cancer run/walk by Team DK - 7 months ago
Run for your Lungs! by Team MJC! - 7 months ago
"My dad, Michael J Curran, passed away from lung cancer on December 19th, 2012. He lost the battle, but he inspired my brother and I to quit smoking, which led us on our path to running 5k, 10k, and even a half marathon. We were able to honor my dad by getting family and friends together to participate in the Chicago Lung Run. Custom ink did a terrific job on our shirts, which Dad would have loved! "
Team Julia fighting against Lung Cancer by Julie Cremata - 8 months ago
"Our dear friend, Julia Gruca, passed away this last April from Lung Cancer at the age of 27. We organized a team of 22 members in San Diego and 7 members abroad to run in her memory. We ran to raise money and awareness for the fight against lung cancer and were able to raise over $1500! Custom Ink did an incredible job with our shirts and we stood out among the sea of supporters! It was a great way for us to all come together for something positive, to take away from the horrible year we just had, and to make an impact to increase the survival rate!"
Cancer, Remember these faces,We will not let you win!!!! by Relay For Life~Team 5 O'clock Somewhere - 10 months ago
"This photo was taken at our event,The Poolesville Relay For Life. I started my team in March of this year after the loss of my uncle to lung cancer. It started as a little family team of five, but as word spread of what we were doing we quickly grew. Mainly of young teen, we were now a team of 18. I took on the role of setting up fundraisers and shuttling everyone to and from as many of these kids wanted so badly to be a part of this cause but for one reason or another their parents couldn't help. I decided to reward the whole team for all their hard work with our custom made shirts from CustomInk with our saying on the back. The shirts were a HUGE HIT!! The whole team Loved them as did many other Relay Members and I have been asked to order more so that others can have one too! CustomInk, ya'll ROCK!!"
In loving memory of GORDO by In loving memory of GORDO - 11 months ago
"The event was a benefit for my older brother Luis Serrano Jr. who lost his battle with Lung cancer in early March. He had a learning disability and never worked a day in his life so all the proceeds went towards his funeral and medical expenses. Also raised money for his three children he unfortunately left behind and created a trust fund for them. Since he wasn't a smoker we wanted to bring to everyone's attention that you do not have to smoke to get lung cancer and some proceeds went towards american cancer association. My experience with custom ink was satisfactory and definitely look forward doing more business with them."
Team Diane by Team Diane - 12 months ago
"My daughters and I created this t-shirt to show our support for our friend who was recently diagnosed with lung cancer. She loved them. Your customer service was amazing and the website was so easy to use. My 12 year old daughter Megan created the shirts."