Custom T-Shirts for market

Our Grand Opening! by Beth's Little Farm Market - 3 months ago

Our Grand Opening! T-Shirt Photo

"We started our farm market this year and we have been so thrilled with the support and encouragement that we've received from our small Texas community. We are a small organic vegetable farm with a focus on water conservation and responsible land stewardship. Everyone loved our new logo so we decided to team up with CustomInk and make some super comfortable t-shirts. Besides seeing the shirts around town, we have shipped shirts to our friends and family in New Mexico, California, and even Japan! Now that it's June and we're starting to hit triple digit temperatures, we are realizing that a lighter fabric color would make our 5 hour farmers market more pleasant. I guess it's time to order more shirts!"

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Nalls Girls by Vanessa Hanson - 4 months ago

Nalls Girls T-Shirt Photo

"We are a garden center and produce market. Working in between all these beautiful flowers, our staff need to be easily spotted by our customers and the bright red does just that! The Custom Ink team was super helpful in working with our budget and our timeline."

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Valentine's Day Delight by Bobby Sparks - over 1 year ago

Valentine's Day Delight T-Shirt Photo

"With his special designed CustomInk shirt, Paul Cooper, General Manager of Candlewood Suites Plano, expresses love for his hotel guests and for pink frosted cupcakes! Thanks Paul for creating Great Hotels Guests Love!"

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Creating Great Hotels Guests Love by Bobby Sparks - over 1 year ago

Creating Great Hotels Guests Love T-Shirt Photo

"We celebrated Valentine's Day with our hotel guests by wearing shirts designed by CustomInk, cupcakes, heart-shaped boxes with chocolates for our long term guests that all supported our theme of creating Great Hotels Guests Love!"

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Craziness at the Farmers' Market by Northshire Farm - over 2 years ago

Craziness At The Farmers' Market T-Shirt Photo

"5/12/12 at the Union Square Farmers' Market. It is all about the shirt and not the picture, hence the shirt only pic"

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