Participant Teams T-Shirt Designs And Photos

Stand tall and proud with custom team participant t-shirts! As you can see from the smiling faces of our customers in the photos below, it feels good to make a difference. Whether you need Autism awareness t-shirts or breast cancer awareness t-shirts, we have tons of team design ideas and team name ideas for inspiration.

Cystic Fibrosis Walk by Lori Jo - over 1 year ago

Cystic Fibrosis Walk T-Shirt Photo

"This was the great strides walk for cystic fibrosis. I was born with CF and a year ago I was blessed enough to have a double lung transplant. This walk was the day after my 1 year anniversary. So this was a apecial walk for me and I walk for the cure for CF because it is a terrible disease. I won two awards for my shirts. I love custom ink. I ordered my shirts from them in 2010 as well and loved them. They got me my shirts in exactly a week. Love their work."

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We did it! by SloMOEtion - over 1 year ago

We Did It!  T-Shirt Photo

"Our family participated in the half marathon event at the Fargo Marathon. We raised almost $4000 for the American Cancer Society!"

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Walk For A Cure by Cole Team - over 1 year ago

Walk For A Cure T-Shirt Photo

"23 of us got together and walked the 5K at the Fargo Marathon In Memory of Liz and Terry. Liz lost her battle to cancer 5 years ago and Terry lost his 7 months ago. We raised money for the American Cancer Society in their memory- thank you CustomInk for your donation. Liz's daughter came up with the design and I was amazed at how well CustomInk was able to transfer the design on to the t-shirts. Everyone loved our shirts- you all made the experience a great one! THANK YOU!! "

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Linda's Team by Linda - over 1 year ago

Linda's Team T-Shirt Photo

"I have MS and every year my husband sponsors LINDA'S TEAM to participate in the MS Walk Pgh. My favorite thing about the walk is creating the T-shirts we hand out - always ordered from Custom Ink. The site is user friendly and the staff is amazing!! The friends and family attending grow in number every year. I think they really love my shirts! It is like a little reunion and for such a great cause. The support is also a real pick-me-up for myself. Thanks Custom Ink!"

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Team Ramon by Colon Family - over 1 year ago

Team Ramon T-Shirt Photo

"On May 18, 2013 we walked to raise awareness for autism. In Chicago at Soilder Field our family walked to support all the children and familes affected by autism. Ramon was diagnosed with autism 6 years ago. We felt despair, helplessness and sadness to hear our son would have lifelong struggle. After educating myself about the programs available. We attended countless therapy sessions, hundreds of Dr apts, started early intervention programs at the age of 18 months in which Ramon continues to attend at school. He has gone from a frustrated infant to a loving happy boy. Sometimes a little man with his bow ties and cologne! Help us raise money for all those family who have the same despair we once had. So they can feel the peace in their hearts, that there are resources to help their children grow. Customink made this day extra special. The shirts not only looked great but it was easy to create and they answered all my questions. My son was soo excited that everyone had these shirts with his picture to support him ."

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Team Liam B. - Walking to Cure Cystic Fibrosis by Team Liam B. - over 1 year ago

Team Liam B.   Walking To Cure Cystic Fibrosis T-Shirt Photo

"This was taken at the annual Seattle Cystic Fibrosis Walk. We took a short break along the fountain down on the water front. We loved our shirts and had an awesome experience with CustomInk. "

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Great Strides Cystic Fibrosis Walk by Bianca's Bumble Bees - over 1 year ago

Great Strides Cystic Fibrosis Walk T-Shirt Photo

"Our team walked for a cure for Cystic Fibrosis for this years Great Strides walk."

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Jodster's Pink Roadsters DE-feet Breast Cancer 5k by Jodster's Pink Roadsters - over 1 year ago

Jodster's Pink Roadsters De Feet Breast Cancer 5k T-Shirt Photo

"Team Jodster's Pink Roadsters Team 2013 participated in 5k run/walk in Rehoboth, DE to support our local charity: DBCC. I was dx. With breast cancer at the age of 25 with no family history. After 6 months of chemo, a year IV Herceptin, 5 years of Tamoxifen and multiple surgeries this year I celebrated 6 years cancer free!!! I love working with CustomInk every year! Great customer service and shirts "

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Relayers are gonna KNOCK OUT CANCER! by Team Golden Triangle Neurocare - over 1 year ago

Relayers Are Gonna Knock Out Cancer! T-Shirt Photo

"This is the third year for our team to participate in our local American Cancer Society RELAY FOR LIFE. The moto was "Knock out cancer" so we went with a twist on the hip/hop song "mama said knock you out" and said RELAYERS GONNA KNOCK CANCER OUT!!! We raise money all year (this year over $5500 with 15 members) for cancer research, patient education and support and in celebration of those who defeated the disease! The photo is at our end of fundraising party where all the teams come together for a 12 hour walk throughout the night because CANCER NEVER SLEEPS... AND NEITHER WILL WE!! The night is full of music, food, games, prizes and FUN!! This is our first time to use Custom Ink and we LOVE the quality of the shirts and your customer service!! THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR AMAZING SHIRTS!! We WILL use Custom Ink again for both work and personal items!! :)"

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The Columbus, OH -Komen Race for the Cure by Miles for Martha - over 1 year ago

The Columbus, Oh  Komen Race For The Cure T-Shirt Photo

"This is was the second stop of the Miles for Martha Tour 2013. John Shinar (front right in pink) is doing all 17 events this year! www.milesformartha.org has all the info. The people at CustomInk were amazing to work with! Not only were each and every person along the way friendly and helpful, they actually cared and took an interest in the story behind the shirts. Great team, great company!"

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