Custom T-Shirts for ny
Walk for a Cure for Diabetes by Heather's Hope - almost 3 years ago
Hawkins Family by Lauren Hawkins - almost 3 years ago
"This photo was taken this a few months ago when our family of 30 made a trip to the Catskill Mountains in upstate NY for a family reunion. Our trip to the Catskill Mountains was made complete when I designed these AWESOME family reunion t-shirts. Elephants have become a symbol of our family, which I why I chose to have a family of elephants on the front of the shirts. The shirts were a HUGE hit with the family (I kept it a surprise until we got to the Catskills). The back of the shirt has everyone's name and the number that they are within the family (i.e. grandma and grandpa are 1 and 2 and the youngest grandson is 30). Photo's of the back are also available if needed! I couldn't have designed these shirts without the help of customink! :)"
Miles For Lucia - Making Strides Against Breast Cancer by Eliza Tineo - almost 3 years ago
"My mother Lucia Tineo is a survivor and ongoing fighter in the battle against Breast Cancer. My mother was diagnosed in 2004 and thankfully made it through. Unfortunately she was re-diagnosed last December 2010 and is continuing treatments and we pray she will get through this tough time once again and finally beat this sickness once and fore all. Throughout the past 5 years me, my sister Frances, and my mother have participated in the Making Strides Breast Cancer walk together in Queens. This year however my mother will not be able to complete the walk so I wanted to do something special for her. I decided to finally form a team and have us walk on her behalf because I know it will mean so much to her. We raised a total of $6,225 and passed our goal. We looked great at the walk and it was all thanks to the shirts from Customink! "
Team JAH - NYC Diabetes Walk Oct 2011 by Team JAH - almost 3 years ago
""Team JAH supported JDRF's Type 1 Diabetes walk on NYC's Brooklyn Bridge, October 2011. 29y old Joe Alan Hickman (JAH) organized a group of friends to help raise money to find a cure for a disease he lives with each and every day. Special thank you to CustomInk for putting together our great shirts within a week!" "
Alzheimers Walk by Middletown Park Walk - almost 3 years ago
Walk to Cure! by Noelle's Belles - almost 3 years ago
"We participated in the JDRF's Walk to Cure Diabetes in September, in Albany, NY, on behalf of Noelle, who chose our team name. They may be little, but Noelle and Mollie (toddler in photo) had a great time walking and watching all the people around them. CustomInk was a pleasure to work with; we are sure that there are more walks and more shirts in our future!"
OP Polska Soccer Team by Lukasz - almost 3 years ago
Power of the Pack--II by smholmes - almost 3 years ago
Power of the Pack by smholmes - almost 3 years ago
"Nine weeks ago, a wonderful selfless act by an amazing woman named Erin Moussa, brought together this terrific group of women, of which I am proud to be a part. At her suggestion, we began the Couch to 5K running program and set our sites on completing the annual Pit Run in Oneonta, New York. The run, in honor of a fallen state trooper, provided the goal. Erin, and soon the entire "Pack" provided the inspiration. A few weeks before the race, when we realized we could all really do this, we decided we needed shirts. This photo was taken after we crossed the finish line. It was truly a great moment! It is important to mention that we began this journey for a variety of reasons...(and we actually listed them on the back of our shirts), but I can safely say that we share a reason for finishing...the Power of the Pack!! Our t-shirts were quite a hit, and they made it easy to locate each other during and after the race. Working with CustomInk was better than I could have hoped for. Their customer service exceeded my expectations at every turn, and the quality of the finished product is really great. The colors are true, the printing is crisp and clear. We will definitely be using CustomInk for our next race! Thank you!!!"