Custom T-Shirts for pan mass challenge

Together We can make a difference by Sisters - almost 2 years ago

Together We Can Make A Difference T-Shirt Photo

"This photo is of myself and my 6 sisters as well as my 3 oldest nieces and it was taken at the Family Finish Line in Provincetown, MA. My sister Annie rides in the Pan Mass Challenge every year to raise money for the Jimmy Fund and Cancer Research. She rides in memory of our father and so many other friends and loved ones we have lost along the way. We have been meeting her at the finish line for the last 7 years to cheer her and all the dedicated riders on as they complete a grueling 192 mile ride and CustomInk has been with us for every event. We are known for our bright pink flamingo gear (including our Tshirts) , our Cow bells and numerous noise makers and for our spirit. "

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Team Odyssey @ PMC by Team Odyssey - almost 3 years ago

Team Odyssey @ Pmc T-Shirt Photo

"The Pan-Mass Challenge, held August 6-7, is a 192-mile bicycling event to raise money for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute and its Jimmy Fund. This was Team Odyssey's 5th year participating in the event. Great Event and Great Friends. Made better by having Great team T-shirts from CustomInk. "

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PMC for KMC August 7, 2010 by Robin C - almost 4 years ago

Pmc For Kmc August 7, 2010 T-Shirt Photo

"On August 7, 2010 my friend Ellen rode her bike 111 miles in the Pan Mass Challenge to raise money for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Ellen's sister passed away this spring from Leiomyosarcoma, which is a rare form of cancer. Ellen did the ride in memory of her sister, and raised over $5,000 for Dana-Farber. All of Ellen's family and friends were cheering her on as she passed the finish line, and everyone was wearing their custom made t-shirt from Custom Ink. They were a huge hit! "

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PMC Finish by HessFamily - almost 6 years ago

Pmc Finish T-Shirt Photo

"Finish of the 2 day PAN MASS CHALLENGE bike-a-thon to raise money for the Jimmy Fund of the Dana Farber Cancer Inst."

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