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.

Kiss Kiss by Look Twice Save a Life - over 1 year ago

Kiss Kiss T-Shirt Photo

"Our brother Kevin was in a motorcycle accident and lost him leg we got shirts and sold them to raise money we made him almost $4000 In the picture is Kevin and his girlfriend Tiffany"

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Light the Night Walk by lindsey - over 1 year ago

Light The Night Walk T-Shirt Photo

"Light the Night Walk in honor of Jason F. (in the photo). The walk was to raise money for Leukemia and Lymphoma. We raised over $6000!"

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Race for the Cure-Walk, Race, Fight-Drillers by Drillers - over 1 year ago

Race For The Cure Walk, Race, Fight Drillers T-Shirt Photo

"Susan G Komen Race for the Cure OKC, Oct 27th, 2012 One of our staff members put up a fight against breast cancer, and her mother had also previously passed away from this disease. So our staff came together as a team with other friends and family and ran for a cure!! Luke from CustomInk was very helpful and friendly, and we LOVED our shirts!!!"

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Mama Said Knock You Out by Christine Vroom - over 1 year ago

Mama Said Knock You Out T-Shirt Photo

"Alzheimer's walk October 27, 2012. Shirts turned out great!!! Special thanks to CustomInk for donating to the cause. "

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The Rack Pack by Heather K - over 1 year ago

The Rack Pack T-Shirt Photo

"A group of our friends got together and formed a team for this year's Komen North Mississippi Race for the Cure. We chose "The Rack Pack" as our team name and ordered our shirts from CustomInk.com. The ordering process was fast & painless, and we got lots of awesome customer service. Best of all, our shirts turned out great! We'll definitely be ordering from them again!"

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Fresh for the Fight! by Relay for Life - over 1 year ago

Fresh For The Fight! T-Shirt Photo

"A group of 11 friends and I decided to join together to raise money for the American Cancer Society in their study to find a cure for cancer. To make the experience more fun, we designed these T-Shirts with our team name on them! They came in fast than I expected and I was trilled with the quality. Our team helped to raise over $5,000! These shirts added a lot of our team and we are planning on making some more this year! "

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USP Lewisburg Making Strides by Team USP Lewisburg - over 1 year ago

Usp Lewisburg Making Strides T-Shirt Photo

"Cancer Survivors L. Thomas, A. Feltman, T. Sears, B. Haas"

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Memory Walk in honor of our Papa by Team Papa McMahon - over 1 year ago

Memory Walk In Honor Of Our Papa  T-Shirt Photo

"Family and Friends walked to end Alzheimer's Disease in honor of Thomas McMahon. He past in October 2011. We walked in remembrance of those that have died from Alzheimer's. We walked so that they can find a cure. We walked so that no one has to lose their memory ever again. We walked to help the fight against Alzheimer's. CustomInk was absolutely amazing! Everyone commented on our shirts! Thank you CustomInk! "

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Our Hearts Belong To Ellen! by Our Hearts Belong To Ellen! - over 1 year ago

Our Hearts Belong To Ellen! T-Shirt Photo

"Teachers at the Kelly School are supporting our dear colleague battling Lymphoma.Through this picture and in our customized t-shirts, we are sending her our love and support! Custom Ink supported our dear friend Ellen and donated to her cause! My co-workers and I thought this was a extremely nice gesture from this company!"

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Race for the Cure Team by Blakely's Brigade - over 1 year ago

Race For The Cure Team T-Shirt Photo

"Race for the Cure... Maryland. We were supporting our friend, Blakely, who is currently battling Breast Cancer. Last Sunday 10/1/12. "

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