Custom T-Shirts for omaha
B2 Interactive - Digital Marketing Tee's by B2 Interactive - 4 months ago
"We barbecue at the office on Fridays when weather allows. The first BBQ of 2014 was special because the B2 Interactive team was able to celebrate the firm's founders being named entrepreneurs of the year locally, growth of the team from 6 people to 42 in the last year and we gave out our CustomInk tees to all the entire crew. The CustomInk.com experience was easy, fast and the t-shirts turned out great. The employees loved them and we are so happy with the results."
Team Brandon- Light the Night Walk 2013 by Team Brandon - 10 months ago
"We ordered our shirts in honor of our Brandon, who lost his battle with Leukemia on October 17, 2011. We participated in the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Light the Night Walk at Werner Park in Omaha Nebraska on his 2nd Angelversary October 17, 2013. Custom Ink was wonderful! The shirts were everything we hoped they would be and more! "
Chumstick Survivors Omaha Clube by Chumstick Survivors Omaha Club - 12 months ago
"These are survivors of a treacherous stretch of Washington highway named "Chumstick" In the pidgin trade jargon of mid-nineteenth century Washington and British Columbia. All current residents of Omaha, NE who braved the highway to reach the famed Wenatche river. Home of the infamous Colleen Erker- once known to have single handedly provoked a Black Bear to consume her, only to elude her attacker through guile and the divine intervention of "Dan Jake,"a rare man-dog combination."
The Sandy Clams by The Sandy Clams - about 1 year ago
Color Run 2013 After by Keep Calm and Color Run! - over 1 year ago
Color Run Before by Keep Calm and Color Run! - over 1 year ago
"ALL for ELLIE" by "ELLIE" - over 1 year ago
"We are the Power, Peter & Gerebics Families who walk for Ellie who lives in Omaha, NE. They came home for Christmas and we had a chance to show off our shirts with everyone together. Ellie who is 6 is the little girl with long brown hair in the front row. Everyone really likes how the shirts turned out and will find out how many more we will need for the May walk. Elaine Power"