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.
Team Smedley by Team Smedley - almost 3 years ago
JDRF "Walk to Cure Diabetes" by JDRF Walk - Team Taylor - almost 3 years ago
"The event was the annual Juvenile Diabetes Reserach Foundataion "Walk to Cure Diabetes held this year On October 8th at the White Memorial Foundation, Litchfield, Ct. The teams captian is 13 year old Taylor Smart, hereself a juvenile diabetic, who organized the team several years ago. Customink, through thier extremely user friendly web site, offered an opportunity for Taylor to design here own shirts and specify that the be delivered in her favorite color. The shirts were delivered 1 week ahead of the promised date and were exactly as ordered."
Firebirds for the Cure by Sara - almost 3 years ago
"The Freedom Firebirds '96 fastpitch softball team placed 3rd in the USSSA Second Base for Cancer Tournament in Woodbine, MD with their winning Custom Ink T-Shirts. The girls also wore pink hair ribbons and shoetrings and For the Cure Eye Black. The shirts turned out awesome and they were a big hit! "
Chloe's Cure for Diabetes by Chloe's Cure - almost 3 years ago
JDRF Ron Santo Walk to Cure Diabetes by Team CareCare - almost 3 years ago
"We created our CustomInk shirts for the JDRF Ron Santo Walk to Cure Diabetes. Our family formed a team and walks to raise money towards a cure for my Aunt Carey who is a diabetic, and the millions of others living with diabetes. Our experience with CustomInk was fabulous! It was easy and fun, with excellent customer service and fast delivery!"
Team JAH - NYC Diabetes Walk Oct 2011 by Team JAH - almost 3 years ago
""Team JAH supported JDRF's Type 1 Diabetes walk on NYC's Brooklyn Bridge, October 2011. 29y old Joe Alan Hickman (JAH) organized a group of friends to help raise money to find a cure for a disease he lives with each and every day. Special thank you to CustomInk for putting together our great shirts within a week!" "
Save 2nd Base 2 by puppet7272 - almost 3 years ago
Save 2nd Base by puppet7272 - almost 3 years ago
The Garrison 500 by Kristin Hubbard - almost 3 years ago
"Our youngest has autism. Our eldest put together a walk team, The Garrison 500, to participate in the Autism Speaks Carolinas Walk Now For Autism that was held 10/8/11. The Garrison 500 is a racing metaphor ... we walk on the actual Carolinas Motor Speedway. Additionally, it was our goal to obtain donations from 500 different people. The walk was a huge success. Everyone loved our shirts -- we were the only group in red that I saw."