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Fun family vacation reunion We love to reconnect by rica - over 4 years ago
Zack's Pack by CindyforZack - almost 5 years ago
"My nephew was born with Cystic Fibrosis in September 2008, and I had shirts made for a Cystic Fibrosis walk in Annapolis, MD, which raised money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. About 45 people came out for the walk wearing their Zack's Pack T-shirts! The little guy is in red in the middle of the picture. He had a shirt too, but had a little accident on it during the walk. The outpouring of love and support was incredible as you can see from the picture! CustomInk was so great to work with....everyone I spoke with was very nice and helpful. Thanks, CustomInk for making our first annual CFF walk a huge success!"
duck duck duck GOOSED by Duck - almost 5 years ago
Milwaukee Brewers Game - May 30, 2009 by BrewCrew09 - almost 5 years ago
"Every year we go to a Milwaukee Brewers game for my husband's birthday and we have t-shirts made. You can see the front in the picture, the back says "It's Willer Time" and shows a 50s guy raising a glass of beer. To explain: My husband's name is Will and it's a play on the slogan "It's Miller Time." We got TONS of compliments on the t-shirts!"
Momma T's Walkerz by Tagliavia - almost 5 years ago
AHS Science Olympiad by LaurenSpeaker - about 5 years ago
"Our Assumption High School Science Olympiad team wanted a new shirt so that we looked professional at the regional competition. As a group, we designed our shirts on CustomInk.com because it was so easy and the prices were reasonable. We went to the competition on March 21 and everyone was impressed by our shirts. We came in 5th and now we are moving on to the state competition! Pictured is a selection of our team and our iguana, Iggy Godzilla."
Team Justin by Dyment - about 5 years ago
"National Walk for Epilepsy, Washington DC 3/28/09. We all represented Team Justin. Justin is my 19 month old son diagnosed with a rare and devastating form of infant epilepsy known as Migrating Partial Epilepsy of Infancy. Team Justin raised over $4200."