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 Lucy's Light by Walking for Lucia Faith - about 3 years ago
Team remembering Madalyn by Inspectegator - about 3 years ago
Lady GaGa's & MaMa's Saving the TaTa's! by Twins - about 3 years ago
"My twin sister, mom, dear friend and I walked 39 miles in the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer held in Washington DC last weekend. We walked to honor our Mom and to remember a close friend. We will continue to walk until there is a cure for breast cancer so that men and women around the world will never have to endure the pain and suffering of the disease."
Go Bodie Go! by Team Kathy - about 3 years ago
"Bodie's aunt has ALS, better know as Lou Gehrig's disease. The Bennington Road Race in Bennington, Vermont was run in her honor this year. Fifteen members of the family wore these shirts that said, "Running for Kathy" on the front and "Team Kathy" "No Speed Limit" on the back. Bodie is one and was our youngest team member. Our "team" looked great and the shirts were a hit! CustomInk was terrific during the whole process - thank you!"
Nelson Family, Relay for Life 2011 by Debbie Sandhurst - about 3 years ago
"Ten members of our family participated in the Relay for Life in Madera CA on April 30, 2011. We wore shirts in memory of our father and grandfather who died in Jan. 2011. The shirts were perfect! Custom Ink staff were wonderful. They advised us about the color of shirt that would work with our photo, kept us updated on progress, and calmly and efficiently resolved a last-minute problem. We would use them again without a doubt!"
Walkin With Waffles by Abbie - about 3 years ago
Team Riley's Friends by Riley's Friends - about 3 years ago
"Team Riley's Friends walked 3 miles in the 2011 March for Babies and raised 5,000 dollars for the March of Dimes. My son Riley was born at 30 weeks premature and the support that the March of Dimes gave us at the NICU was inspiring, as well as the support they gave my mother when she was three and diagnosed with polio. It was an amazing day for us all."