Custom T-Shirts for ovarian cancer
Barb's Bearcatz ready to rock the run by Emily Landeryou - about 1 year ago
"We created the custom t-shirts for our team running (and raising $) for the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition's 5K in Fairfax VA on May 18. We were running to celebrate the survival and good health of Barbara Gracki (Emily's grandma) and Cynthia Priolet (our neighbor and friend). We had a great experience with Custom Ink. We were running behind schedule in placing our order but turnaround time at Custom Ink was very fast. I also changed the order a few times as more people joined our team last minute and customer service at that point exceeded my expectations. "
Nancy's Angels in Flight by Nancy's Angels in Flight - about 1 year ago
"My family started raising money for Ovarian Cancer with various organizations in honor of my mother Nancy Schubert. She was diagnosed with an aggressive form of ovarian cancer in November 2004. She passed away at age 61 in April of 2006. Since 2007 my family has worked with a group Better Than Ever (BTE) and has raised over $70,000.00 to date. We have participated in the NOCC walk to Break the Silence in Chicago several times, including this year on May 4th. This picture is of our group this year Nancy's Angels in Flight. We started Nancy's Angels on Facebook as a tool for anyone who has had any experience with Ovarian Cancer directly or indirectly. We encourage others to share their stories and any new information that comes out against cancer. Our experience with CustomInc has been AMAZING! I can not say it enough. From the customer service to the quality of their product. They have been nothing less than an outstanding company! More companies should follow their lead on Customer satisfaction. Thank you CustomeInc! Nancy's Angels in Flight love you<3!"
Linda's Cancer Fighters by In memory of Linda - about 1 year ago
"We had the shirts made to wear at Relay for Life in Cy-Fair, TX. This picture was taken April 26th, 2013, the day of Relay for Life. (Linda's birthday was April 27th) We walked the night away in memory of Linda Fazin who died of ovarian cancer. CustomInk was easy to talk to and helped to design our awesome shirts! The back has our first name and the name of the team. Everybody loves them!"
"The Ship Inn Restaurant and Brewery Milford, NJ October 13, 2012 Every year, our restaurant holds a benefit in memory of the owner's mother who passed away from ovarian cancer. This year was our biggest year yet and we decided to get t-shirts printed for it. Upon searching Google for "custom t-shirts" I found Custom Ink. The website was super easy to maneuver and we had our t-shirts within a week (thanks rush delivery!). This is a photo we took a moment to take while running around like crazy all night. Thanks Custom Ink for making our event even more special!"
Team Eileen by Gina - almost 2 years ago
Strides for Hope with Columbus Skyline by Judy's Jogger #4 - almost 2 years ago
"This is a picture of our team, Judy's Joggers who took part in the 2012 Strides for Hope 5k for Ovarian Cancer. We participated in Memory of my best friend's Mother (Judy). The day was beautiful, the event was successful, and we were the best dressed team out there - if I do say so myself! Special thanks to CustomInk for their generous contribution to our team, and for making our shirts so perfect. I still can't get over how pleased I am with my entire experience working with CustomInk. Get ready to do LOTS more work for me!"
Team Raechel 2012 by Jake Verterano - almost 2 years ago
"This is from the Mayor's Annual 5k to "Break the Silence on Ovarian Cancer" in West Orange, NJ. We walked in memory of my mother, Raechel Verterano, who passed away in 2010 from ovarian cancer. These shirts were the perfect tribute to her, we have purple and teal ones each with a diamond ring logo on them paying tribute to my glamorous mother. Thanks for the perfect shirts!"
SIS by SIS-sisters in skydiving - almost 2 years ago
Breaking the Silence on Ovarian Cancer by GG's Girls Ovarian Cancer - almost 2 years ago
"This photo was taken 9.9.12 at the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition Pittsburgh Walk. Our team is comprised currently of 2 survivors and many friends and family .We have over 20 member,but only a few were able to make the trip to the event. As you can see our youngest member is 3 and the oldest 87. Four generations are pictured in this photo"