Custom T-Shirts for ovarian cancer research

Gumbo Gopher 5K by Gumbo Gopher 5K - over 2 years ago

Gumbo Gopher 5 K T-Shirt Photo

"This was our second annual Gumbo Gopher 5K. Our small town of Lowry, SD turned from population 9 to 175 people for a few hours on the morning of September 24, 2011. Last year we started the race to raise money for Ovarian Cancer Research as my beautiful mother-in-law was battling ovarian cancer at the time. We had a huge success and an absolute LOVE for the t-shirts from the first year. My mother-in-law passed away two days before Christmas but we know how proud she would be of us continuing the cause so we have made it an annual event. I can't tell you how many times I have seen our shirts around the surrounding communities both from this year and last year. I find that extremely inspiring! Just the other day I had someone ask me if I could design more shirts from CustomInk so they could have one for every day of the week. I laughed and told them to wait until next year but this just goes to show how much people have absolutely LOVED the shirts from CustomInk. It's so nice to know that our shirts are being worn and loved and not just brought to a thrift store and stuffed in the back of a drawer. Great job CustomInk, can't wait to do business again with you next year!"

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Team Teal Toes prepares for Ovarian Cycle-Ride to the Future by TealToes - about 5 years ago

Team Teal Toes Prepares For Ovarian Cycle Ride To The Future T-Shirt Photo

"TealToes.org (painting toenails teal to raise awareness of ovarian cancer) encourages teams to form for any and all cancer walks/runs/bikes. Custom Ink was great because I could design the shirt the way I wanted, including Pantone colors, and post it to my Facebook profile for friends to order. The immediate event that spurred my order was Ovarian Cycle's Ride to the Future , a century spin ride (100 miles/6 hours), held in Birmingham, AL March 8th. The Ride raised $ for ovarian cancer research."

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Trekkin' With Terry by Terry - over 5 years ago

Trekkin' With Terry T-Shirt Photo

"Last year I was diagnosed with Stage 1 ovarian cancer. I was VERY lucky to find it early and get treatment. This year my friends and family walked with me in the KALEIDOSCOPE OF HOPE’S annual walk-a-thon at Avon-by-the-Sea, NJ."

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