Custom T-Shirts for pa
NEDA Walk by Kelcie Hoch - 3 months ago
NEDA Walk by Kelcie Hoch - 3 months ago
"On June 1st was the first annual NEDA Walk in Phildelphia PA ever, and it was at the zoo. I wanted and my family and I to look united and we sure did. I have many awesome pictures of us from the walk but this is out overall group photo. The day meant a lot to me and was very special and seeing my whole family walk in these shirts all in support of me meant the world. I not only thank my family for supporting me but Customink for their great customer service and product and making all of us look a team walking as one on that day. "
MS Mud Run 2014 by Muck Slingers - 3 months ago
Sarah's Angels walking to knock out Ovarian cancer by Sarah's Angels - 3 months ago
"We walked in the Teal Ribbon 5K on May 25th at Fairmount Park in Philadelphia, PA. This was the seventh year that we walked in memory of Sarah “Momma” Roth. For those of you who did not have the privilege of knowing Sarah, here is just a little glimpse of her life. For those of you who did have the blessing of knowing her, I know she is an angel up in heaven who watches over all of us with that great big smile and contagious laugh. …… Sarah was the Mailroom Supervisor at Cedar Crest College in Allentown. During her time at the college, she touched many women's lives. While she and her husband, Rich could not have children she "adopted" many of these girls and helped them through the struggles and tears as well as the smiles and laughs. Sarah stood by their sides for 4 years and then proudly watched as they graduated and became women. Many of these women have gone on to be married, have children of their own, and some of them still get together each fall for a "family vacation" to the Outer banks in North Carolina. Sarah loved the beach, the sand and especially the lighthouses. She, like the lighthouses she adored, was a beacon of hope. Sarah was 56 years old when she passed away on March 5, 2007 from Stage 3 Ovarian Cancer. The cancer had metastasized into her abdominal wall and lymph nodes in no time at all. They tried many chemo drugs, but none had the strength to stop the disease. She then was told that she had 2 tumors on her liver. Although each and every day was an incredible struggle for her, she fought to live with all her might. Sarah was the most positive and hopeful person and she always had a smile on her face. Her laugh was contagious and she unknowingly spread her positive attitude to everyone she met. Sarah used to say that her goal in life was to “make a difference in just one person’s life”. She succeeded and surpassed her goal! She made a difference in so many people’s lives. For all the hugs, laughs, tears, and love that she gave....this is why we walk today. We love her with all our hearts and miss her every single day. Sarah was an amazing person who made this world a better place. She was taken too soon by this silent killer. We need to find a cure for this disease so that no other person has to suffer through this terrible disease, the pain of chemo or losing their loved one. This is why Sarah's Angels walk for a cure! This was our first year wearing matching shirts and we loved them! They made the whole day even more special and memorable. Custom Ink was amazing and helped us step by step thru the process and our shirts were perfect! I highly recommend Custom Ink! "
Forced Family Fun Color Run by Judy - 3 months ago
"Our family decided to run in a Color Run 5K in Hershey PA at the end of May and wanted shirts so we would always remember this day. Custom Ink was so easy to work with and helped in the decision making process when needed. Most of the shirt was done on line, but when I needed to talk to someone, the customer service reps were super friendly and more than helpful! We all had a great time race day and received many comments on our cute t shirts, which had our names on the back. Thanks Custom Ink for helping to make this a day to remember! Oh-they were white...before getting covered in color!"
When it comes to horsepower, we've got TONS! by Leiby's Carriage Service Crew - 3 months ago
"We are a small crew that work on a local Belgian horse farm where we drive carriages and wagons for parades, parties, weddings, sleigh rides and personal use. We wanted shirts that would make us look professional, yet allow us to be comfortable enough to work around the horses, each weighs 2,500lbs and are 7ft tall! This picture was taken this May at a Memorial Day parade in Summit Hill, PA. Two horses, Bobby and Tracey, were hitched to the antique Heisler's Milk Wagon from a local country dairy bar and the other two, Ryan and Brady, pulled the Yuengling Beer wagon - which is America's Oldest Brewery and a great source of pride in Pennsylvania! The horses are like celebrities in the parades and always bring smiles and waves from the people as we go by! Thanks to CustomInk for making it easy for us to make our crew look great!"
color run =fun by Meghann - 3 months ago
Philly SMAck Down by Casey McG - 3 months ago
"Team Philly SMAck Down taking a fight against SMA at Boathouse Row in Philadelphia, PA! One big family helping to support our little Emma and Ruby! Thank you Customink for the fantastic t-shirts with our own original design displayed loud and proud to help show our support for this cause! Philly SMAck Down's most amazing moment of the day is pictured here, when Emma who has SMA was able to WALK across the finish line, with her mom right there with her!"
Stomachs are for Sissies, Relay for Life Lebanon Co., 2014 by Joanne E - 3 months ago
"This is the 2nd year our Relay for Life team, Stomachs are for Sissies participated in the Relay event in Lebanon County, PA. Our team was created in honor of a Stomach cancer survivor and in just 2 years our team has doubled not only on size but also our fundraising total! This is also the 2nd year we ordered our team shirts through Customink and we couldn't be happier!!! Our awesome looking shirts not only unify us as a team, but the also help to raise awareness. We got SO many compliments on our shirts this year and are VERY proud to wear them!!! Be all belong to this team for our own reasons, but the end goal is the same!!! "