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.

In memory of Ingrid by kristinwcds@comcast.net - over 3 years ago

In Memory Of Ingrid T-Shirt Photo

"I walked with my family to celebrate my Mom's life in the Race for the Cure, 2011 in Philly. She passed away 25 years ago."

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TEAM CRAWDAD! by Andrea - over 3 years ago

Team Crawdad! T-Shirt Photo

"Our photo was taken mid-walk at the 2011 MS Walk Indianapolis. We are walking for my dad(pictured on our shirts) who lives with MS."

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Breast Cancer Charity Walk Team Taras by DrTaras - over 3 years ago

Breast Cancer Charity Walk Team Taras T-Shirt Photo

"http://do.eifoundation.org/goto/DrTaras is the link to our team web site. We've raised over $25K this year so far with a month to go! We had a team on 5/7/11 of over 250 people, starting from 12 people in 2000! We've used CustomInk for the last 5 years at least. Ease of use of the web site, great selection and great prices are only part of why we return each year. Their customer service is 2nd to none!"

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MobiStrong crew @ Golden Gate bridge by MobiStrong - over 3 years ago

Mobi Strong Crew @ Golden Gate Bridge T-Shirt Photo

"On April 30, with 12 people and 2 vans, our team MobiStrong walked 128 miles over 2 days from Marin to Santa Cruz for The Relay, an event to raise money and awareness for Organs 'R' Us. This photo was of Van 1 at the halfway point in front of the Golden Gate Bridge. The shirts from CustomInk was highly professional and helped give our team a nice polished unified look."

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Walk for the Cure by Jodsters - over 3 years ago

Walk For The Cure T-Shirt Photo

"Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Philadelphia, PA. We have used custom Ink for several walks and they always do a fabulous job! This year we even ordered a onesie which matched our shirts!"

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JHYSF Walk 2011 by Team Bonazzoli - over 3 years ago

Jhysf Walk 2011 T-Shirt Photo

"CustomInk Rocks! This walk is held annually in Hudson MA to raise funds for Sarcoma research. "

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Her Diamonds by Tanya Thomason - over 3 years ago

Her Diamonds T-Shirt Photo

"Permian Basin Arthritis Walk 2011 a walk to raise research funds for a cure for many autoimmune disease. WE LOVED CUSTOM INK they truly give customer service!! "

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Team Katelyn- Walk to Cure Diabetes by Kelly - over 3 years ago

Team Katelyn  Walk To Cure Diabetes T-Shirt Photo

"This was our second year ordering our Team Katelyn shirts from Customink. We have nothing but great things to say about our expirence. Designing was easy (even for someone with very little technical knowledge) and ordering was even easier! Our shirt was awarded 1st place for design at the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes event in Green Bay, WI on May 7. We were very proud to show off that they were from CustomInk.com. "

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24BB - 4 Years Running Relay Team by Mary - over 3 years ago

24 Bb   4 Years Running Relay Team T-Shirt Photo

"For 4 years now we've organized an all girls team to run in The Relay - Calistoga to Davenport (194 miles in total) to raise money for Organs-R-Us. This event usually falls in the last weekend of April or first weekend of May closest to the full moon. CustomInk has made our shirts for us all 4 years."

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Two Sisters Walking Abreast Team by Gina - over 3 years ago

Two Sisters Walking Abreast Team  T-Shirt Photo

"My sister Carol (on left) and I wearing our wonderful shirts from CustomInk.com. The Avon Walk for Breast Cancer was this past weekend and we put the shirts to work. Everyone loved them. Thanks again for your contribution, with yours, the walk raised more than 5 million dollars to help local companies fight this disease. Thanks again, "

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