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Custom T-Shirts for parkinson's unity walk
Deen's Day Trippers at the 2012 Parkinson's Unity Walk in Central Park by - over 1 year ago
"This is our fourth year participating in the Parkinson's Unity Walk in Central Park. We walk in honor of my mom, Deen, who was diagnosed just a few years ago. All funds raised for this event go directly towards finding a cure for Parkinson's Disease. We raised more than $3,300 and donations are still coming in! Our team was bigger than ever this year and we all proudly wore our CustomInk t-shirts that reflect our awesome team name to share my mom's love for The Beatles. Let's hear it for Deen's Day Trippers and for CustomInk for all of their support!"
Team Boom Boom by Parkinson's Unity Walk - over 2 years ago
"Team Boom Boom was created for my Mom, Sandy, who has Parkinson's Disease. Each year, we participate in the Parkinson's Unity Walk in Central Park NYC to support, and raise money in the fight against PD! We used CustomInk this year to create our team shirts and WOW did we get a ton of compliments!! It was a very cold, but fun day! Thanks CustomInk!!"
Parkinson's Unity Walk 2011 by Team Boom Boom - over 2 years ago
"We participate in this amazing walk in NYC yearly in honor and to support my wife Sandy "Boom Boom" Ferullo and all those effected by Parkinson's Disease! This year we created team shirts with CustomInk.com. We were often stopped with compliments about our shirts, which fueled our excitement during the walk! What a great day and many thanks for your kind donation!! CustomInk has a forever customer in Team Boom Boom!!"
Parkinson's Unity Walk - April 25, 2009 by TEAM_SPERRAZZA - over 4 years ago
"Team Sperrazza at the 15th Annual Parkinson's Unity Walk in NYC Central Park. We had such a great turn out that we actually ran out of shirts. CustomInk was so great to work with. The best customer service and the friendliest people to work with. I have already recommended CustomInk to numerous people."