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.

Go Team Glucose & Spice! Kickin' Diabetes' butt! by Glucose & Spice - almost 2 years ago

Go Team Glucose & Spice! Kickin' Diabetes' Butt! T-Shirt Photo

"JDRF Walk to Cure Type 1 Diabetes! November 2nd, 2013 Tempe, AZ Because we want to create a world without Type 1 Diabetes. I have been diabetic for 10 years and my friends and coworkers joined ..."  

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Team BCH walks to defeat ALS by Team BCH - almost 2 years ago

Team Bch Walks To Defeat Als T-Shirt Photo

"A bunch of boys from Boston College High School and their families walked to support and honor their friends mother who was diagnosed with ALS. We raised lots of money for a very worthy cause! Dur..."  

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SkyStrong getting one step closer to the cure... by Team SkyStrong - almost 2 years ago

Sky Strong Getting One Step Closer To The Cure... T-Shirt Photo

"Team SkyStrong walks to honor the amazing Skylar Paige Center (9 years old - bottom left and middle pic). These photo's are from the Great Strides walk @ Linvilla Orchards on 10.7.13 to raise mone..."  

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Cure for Cole Group by Michelle - almost 2 years ago

Cure For Cole Group T-Shirt Photo

"Our 19 month old son is a Type 1 Diabetic. We had Cure for Cole shirts made for our first ever JDRF walk in Austin, TX. This is our second time to use CustomInk. Great experience both times!"  

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Keep Calm & Fight On Nancy! by Michaela Mercer - almost 2 years ago

Keep Calm & Fight On Nancy! T-Shirt Photo

"It was PINK OUT day at school so we were all supporting my step mom Nancy with the tshirts. There were more people wearing the tshirts that day but we didn't get them to take a picture."  

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Walk for #58 by The MHMC Skeleton Crew - almost 2 years ago

Walk For #58 T-Shirt Photo

"We made shirts for the American Heart Association's annual Heart walk this past November 2nd for the Radiology department at Memorial Hermann Memorial City hospital here in Houston, TX. We walked i..."  

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Team breast bRATS by Debbie - almost 2 years ago

Team Breast B Rats T-Shirt Photo

"I had our team shirts done for the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk at Jones Beach on October 20, 2013. I am a breast cancer survivor and it means a lot to get..."  

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Heart Heros by Little NOLA Hearts - almost 2 years ago

Heart Heros T-Shirt Photo

"This picture was taken at the New Orleans Heart Walk for the American Heart Association. It is an event that we do each year, and this was our second time using custom ink to create awesome team sh..."  

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Team Mathis at the ALA Fight For Air 5K by Caroline Mathis - almost 2 years ago

Team Mathis At The Ala Fight For Air 5 K T-Shirt Photo

"We had 83 team members participate in the American Lung Association's Fight For Clean Air 5K walk in Ontario, CA. We came in 2nd place for "T shirt design" competition and 3rd place in "largest te..."  

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Benefit Tournament Co Flood Victims by Colorado Venom Softball - almost 2 years ago

Benefit Tournament Co Flood Victims T-Shirt Photo

"This was a benefit softball tournament to benefit the flood victims of Colorado this year. All proceeds go to flood victims who lost all softball equipment and suffered field damage."  

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