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.

Relay for Life "Wishing for a CURE" by Cooking Divas 2014 - over 2 years ago

Relay For Life  "Wishing For A Cure" T-Shirt Photo

"DEWITT COUNTY RELAY FOR LIFE 2014 Cuero, Texas We are team Cooking Divas and our theme this year was "Wishing for a Cure" custom ink was amazing and everyone loved out shirts!"  

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St. Baldricks event with Team "Hairless for Henry" by Hairless for Henry - over 2 years ago

St. Baldricks Event With Team "Hairless For Henry" T-Shirt Photo

"this is our service 1st St Baldrick event send Henry was diagnosed with leukemia in October. We were with the first responders group in the Chicago police station on Grand Central. This is our befo..."  

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MG walk with Billy by Karen - over 2 years ago

Mg Walk With Billy T-Shirt Photo

"3/23/2014 My family walked to raise awareness of MG, Myasthenia gravis, a neurological disorder that my father was recently diagnosed with. My fathers only symptom was slurred speech, so our shir..."  

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Burpees for Boobies Crossfit Throwdon for Breast Cancer by Burpees for Boobies - over 2 years ago

Burpees For Boobies Crossfit Throwdon For Breast Cancer T-Shirt Photo

"Thank you to Custom Ink for helping to create great fun shirts for our breast cancer benefit , Crossfit Sound Beach Throwdown competition in March 2014. 16 teams competed in 8 WODs (workouts) f..."  

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Walk the Talk for Epilepsy 2014 by Megan's Voice - over 2 years ago

Walk The Talk For Epilepsy 2014 T-Shirt Photo

"Every year I put a team together for the epilepsy walk here in Jacksonville Florida. We walk for my 6 year old daughter Megan who was diagnosed with epilepsy when she was 2 weeks old. She still str..."  

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Bowl Movements by eeknei - over 2 years ago

Bowl Movements T-Shirt Photo

"Team Bowl movements bowled a great game on Saturday to help raise awareness for Colon Cancer. We ordered our shirts from CustomInk and they were a hit!! Thank you CustomInk for helping us make this..."  

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Burpees for Boobies CFSB Throwdown by Burpees for Boobies - over 2 years ago

Burpees For Boobies Cfsb Throwdown T-Shirt Photo

"This is our Burpees for Boobies team. We entered a Crossfit Throwdown Competition to raise money for breast cancer research . 16 teams competed in an 8 WOD (workouts) for time. The Throwdown was ho..."  

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Team Mireya by Team Mireya - over 2 years ago

Team Mireya T-Shirt Photo

"We did the March of dimes walk a thon on March 22, 2014. This was our 2nd year walking and we walk because march of dimes help us when I had my daughter. Now we help the babies and mothers in need ..."  

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Relay for Life 2014 by Trisha - over 2 years ago

Relay For Life 2014 T-Shirt Photo

"This is our third year doing Relay for Life at Western University! This year the event raised over $62 000 for cancer research. We had a great team again this year and we looked awesome in our lime..."  

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Purple for preemies by March for Babies walk - over 2 years ago

Purple For Preemies T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was taken at our local March for Babies walk last year. I designed these shirts for my daughter who was born at 25 weeks, and was considered a micro-preemie. I just designed her shirts f..."  

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