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.
March for Babies by Get in Action for Jaxson - over 1 year ago
Team Wild Poodles: Walk MS 2013 by Wild_Poodle - over 1 year ago
Pamela's Team Walk MS 2013 by Pamela Bascio - over 1 year ago
"This was our team picture from the St. Peters, MO Walk MS event on April 13, 2013. CustomInk has done our team shirts for the last 5 years or so... and they always turn out perfect! Everyone loves their shirts and the young ones wear them to school and everyone loves to wear them to sleep in! So comfy!!"
MS Walk Seattle 2013 by MS Walk Seattle 2013 - over 1 year ago
"My family and friends decided to walk for MS in Seattle for the first time this year. We wanted to raise money for this great cause. The shirts made us feel like we were part of a team and had an awesome time at the walk. Everyone commented on how they loved the shirts. We will definitely order our shirts next year from Custom Ink."
Monument Ave 10k by Team Chickie - over 1 year ago
Primo Kicks by Primo Kicks! - over 1 year ago
Relay for Life! by Breanne - over 1 year ago
4 lil hearts - March of DImes 2013 by 4 lil hearts - over 1 year ago
Stronger by Stronger Girls - over 1 year ago
"This shirt was designed for a friend that was diagnosed with breast cancer on January 30, 2013. She has had her surgery and is now currently going through chemotherapy. We, as friends, family, coworkers, and both wanted to show how much we cared and supported her so we designed the shirt in honor of her and the strength she has shown throughout everything. We also held a "stronger picnic" to raise money to help towards her medical bills. This group picture is of the girls she works with, the girls that helped organize the picnic and design the shirts that many people wore that day, turning the park pink for a day."