Custom T-Shirts for multiple myeloma

Jog for Jules 2014 by Jog for Jules - 4 months ago

Jog For Jules 2014 T-Shirt Photo

"Jog for Jules is in it's 5th year joining together to honor my mother Julia Farrell and her fight against Multiple Myeloma . This past Jan we lost Jules and continue to walk in her memory . This year I wanted new tshirts to celebrate her and what she means to all of us . I chose Custom Ink to make this happen and I do not regret it ! Every step if the process was hassle free and simple from start to finish not to mention the fast turnaround time ! Custom Ink Rocks ! "

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Jerry & The Gang by Mindy - 10 months ago

Jerry & The Gang T-Shirt Photo

"We designed the shirts to help raise awareness of a type of cancer that none of us had ever really thought about until my dad was diagnosed almost a year and a half ago. The last 16 months have been a long road filled with many ups and downs, numerous procedures and hospital stays, and an outpouring of love and support from family and friends. We designed these shirts to wear for the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation Race for Research 5k. We sold more than double the amount of shirts as we had racers indicating what great support we have from family and friends. My dad has never done a 5k and he was unable to walk the whole thing, but with the help of wheelchair pushers and friends and family, we joked, laughed and completed the full 5k in Atlanta, GA last Saturday. Working with CustomInk was great. Your design team helped make the design stand out even more with half colors and shading. Even though we had a little problem with the shirts when they were first received, as there was an error in printing, our experience was still great. CustomInk got that taken care of and we had the shirts in plenty of time for race day. Thanks CustomInk for helping us raise awareness of multiple myeloma and for making our day more special!!"

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Walking for a Cure for Multiple Myeloma by Diane's Walking Warriors - 11 months ago

Walking For A Cure For Multiple Myeloma T-Shirt Photo

"This is Diane's Walking Warriors' team pic (minus 2 people, my brother and sister-in-law, who couldn't make it due to a friend's passing due to cancer). This was the team's second year in walking in the MMRF (Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation) 5K Race for Research in Philadelphia. My mom was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma last year, and why we started the tradition (she is the one sitting down with my nephew on her lap). Last year, we self made shirts last minute, as it was only a few months after we found out my mom's diagnosis. Since I had time, I searched the web and found CustomInk's site. Their prices were reasonable. Little did I know, they had the BEST customer service as well! Through the entire transaction, they were quick and extremely personable. They ensured everything was to my liking even after I received my order. They even went so far as to make a donation to our charity. It really touched my heart. I will always go to them for future orders! "

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Race for Research by Team Multiple Miracles - about 1 year ago

Race For Research T-Shirt Photo

"I have multiple myeloma, a blood cancer for which there is no cure - at least not right now. Every year, we run the Race for Research, sponsored by the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF). 90% of every dollar raised goes directly to research that someday will lead to a cure for me and those of us with this cancer. This year, I had 42 team members, I received the Spirit of Hope Award, and we were the top fundraising team with just under $24,000! Woo-hoo! Here's to our team!! And to CustomInk for your excellent work!! Loved our shirts!!"

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Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation 5K by Team Landgraf - almost 2 years ago

Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation 5 K T-Shirt Photo

"Team Landgraf is made up of over 40 family and friends to raise money for Multiple Myeloma research in support of Edward Landgraf who was diagnosed a year and a half ago. Multiple myeloma is cancer that starts in the plasma cells in bone marrow, the causes are unknown and there is currently no cure. 2012 was our first year walking together in the Washington, DC MMRF 5K. The team spirit was incredible and reinforced by seeing our bright purple team t-shirts throughout the race route. Working with CustomInk to get our finished product was such a breeze. We did a custom logo, and needed a little help with the formatting which the CustomInk team was able to do. The end result was fantastic. We're hoping to make this 5K an annual event, and to grow the team and fundraising goal every year, so we'll certainly be ordering more shirts next year!"

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Team Jimmy J: Ready and rearing to go! by Nina from Team Jimmy J! - almost 2 years ago

Team Jimmy J: Ready And Rearing To Go! T-Shirt Photo

"Team Jimmy J comes together every year to raise money for the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation in honor of James Jankowicz, who suffered from Myeloma and passed away two years ago. At this year's Race for Research, we were able to raise over $5700 for the MMRF, totaling close to $8000 lifetime. And CustomInk helped us do it in style! It's so great to be able to spot other teammates out on the course or in the crowd. It built our team spirit and helped us have a great race!"

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Walk for Research by Bunny's Rascally Rabbits - almost 2 years ago

Walk For Research T-Shirt Photo

"This is our 2012 team. We raised money for Multiple Myeloma to honor my sister Bunny, who passed away last year. Then, we walked in the event "A Race for Research", in Philadelphia on Saturday, October 6th. Dealing with CustomInk was amazing. Everyone that I dealt with, was so friendly and helpful. I have already passed your company information on to other people. Please thank everyone for me. Look forward to working with you again in the future. Rascally Rabbit Barbara"

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The Myeloma Mile by Terry L. Nash Sr. Foundation - almost 4 years ago

The Myeloma Mile T-Shirt Photo

"On September 2, 2009, Terry passed away of multiple myeloma. We started a foundation in his name and are committed to hosting a walk and auction every year to bring awareness to this form of cancer and support to families battling MM. Our first walk was September 2, 2010. We had 40 walkers in attendance."

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