Michigan T-Shirt Designs For Any Occasion

Moe's Warriors by Moe - 11 days ago

Moe's Warriors T-Shirt Photo

"2014 annual Lupus Walk Lapeer Michigan"

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Lost Anchors! by Lost Anchors - 14 days ago

Lost Anchors!  T-Shirt Photo

"4th of July is our family's big celebration bash on Sanford Lake, Michigan. It's a three to four day celebration, bigger than Christmas in our family. We have had a bad run with losing anchors, literally. So, what better name for the occasion? That is how we became the Lost Anchors! (and honestly, as luck would have it, the new anchor snagged the old anchor we lost in the regular swimming hole...first year we did CustomInk shirts, first year we found the anchor!) CustomInk was amazing to work with, always responsive and helpful. The shirts were a hit, not only with us, but other boaters on the lake!! "

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WOW Camp Tug of War by WOW Camp - 15 days ago

Wow Camp Tug Of War T-Shirt Photo

"This picture was taken in Michigan on our Mission Trip. We held a VBS/Day Camp for kids in 1st -4th grade and wore our shirts EVERY DAY! We used CustomInk last year and this year for this event and definitely will use them again in the future. The campers loved the t-shirts so much they asked if we will order smaller sizes for them next year! "

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VisionWalk Eastern Michigan - 2014 by Team FOCUS - 2 months ago

Vision Walk Eastern Michigan   2014 T-Shirt Photo

"CustomInk did an awesome job - even donated to the event in honor of my team! I have a rare genetic eye disease and losing my peripheral vision. So grateful to have so many family and friends that walked in my steps to find a cure! Thanks CustomInk!! Kim Watson (586) 206-3832"

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Team Photo: Detroit Zoo by Team Furlong: Walking For Olivia - 2 months ago

Team Photo: Detroit Zoo T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was taken on May 18th 2014 at the Detroit Zoo during the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan Walk. This is Team Furlong who was Walking For Olivia. Although healthy, Olivia, 3, was born with one kidney and this team was created to raise support and awareness for kidney related illnesses affecting both adults and children who are not as fortunate. We raised $1,500 for the walk! The neon orange shirts worked great for visibility and keeping all 23 team members together in the large crowd! "

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Relay for Life by CUREsaders - 9 months ago

Relay For Life T-Shirt Photo

"This is a partial team from a newly formed Relay for Life Team Roscommon County Michigan. The Relay is being held on June 21, 2014 at the Bobcat Football Field in Houghton Lake, Michigan. We are participating to help earn money for the American Cancer Society and Finish The Fight for cancer research and hope that no one has to suffer due to this dreaded disease. We are Kickin' Cancer!!!!!!!"

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Fun with mom showing off the shirts! by Nottingham - 10 months ago

Fun With Mom Showing Off The Shirts! T-Shirt Photo

"Our group, the "Nottingham Knockouts," was participating in this year's Walk to End Alzheimer's on September 21st, and this young man and his mom, who is our administrator, were showing off their new Nottingham Place shirts. Nottingham Place is an assisted living facitily specializing in memory care, so we were especially excited to participate in the walk. Nottingham is a part of the Retirement Living Management family of assisted living homes in Michigan. Everyone had a wonderful time at the walk, supporting Alzheimer's research. This is our first order with Custom Ink, and we had a great experience, and we really enjoy our shirts which we can also wear to work now! "

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MIGHTY MAC FOR MIKE by LISA JOHNSON - 11 months ago

Mighty Mac For Mike T-Shirt Photo

"Working with Custom Ink on our project was a no-brainer. The ease of designing a professionally printed t-shirt was fun and it was exciting to see what we could accomplish on our own with Custom Ink's web tools. This group pictured rallied together to honor my brother-in-law, Michael Johnson, who battled brain cancer for a short 5 months. Mike invited my family to join him each year for the 5 mile hike across the Mackinac Bridge that connects the upper and lower peninsulas of Michigan. The only day walkers are allowed on the bridge is Labor Day. This year was our 17th year walking (1st year in honoring Mike and 2nd year walking without him). It was a bittersweet time but one of excitement because before he passed away my daughters were able to tell him about this event and sharing that news along with some tears, we know that he knew about this and was proud. We are looking forward to designing the 2nd Annual Mighty Mac for Mike t-shirt for next Labor Day. "

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Team Bauer at Walk to Defeat ALS by Julia Bauer - 11 months ago

Team Bauer At Walk To Defeat Als T-Shirt Photo

"On Sunday, Sept. 8, 2013, 19 spirited team members gathered to join the Walk to Defeat ALS in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Wearing red organic cotton T-shirts from Customink, Team Bauer not only "walked the walk," but "talked the talk," taking top honors for highest donations for a team, highest donations to an individual, and Julia Bauer, who is in her third year battling ALS, was honored as "Hero of the Year" by the ALS Association of Michigan. A big day, all around."

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Bouncin' Buckeyes 3 Day Michigan walk by the3day.org - 11 months ago

Bouncin' Buckeyes 3 Day Michigan Walk T-Shirt Photo

"We are the Bouncin' Buckeyes from Columbus, Ohio. We walk in the Susan G. Komen 3 Day 60 mile events for a cure for breast cancer. We have been enjoying CustomInk shirts since 2006 and love our sleeveless Augusta dri wick shirt. It's important that when we walk 60 miles that nothing rub our body and cause friction. Our entire team (various sizes) have found this shirt works for everyone. We had to rush this order and the CustomInk team went above and beyond to meet our needs. The front of the shirt says Eat Walk Sleep Repeat. At the Michigan 3 day Aug 16-18th 1350 participants raised $2.7 mil for breast cancer research. Everyone Deserves A Lifetime!"

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