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 FOG for Tour de Cure by TeamFOG - about 4 years ago
Team Memorial for Relay For Life by KirstenL - about 4 years ago
"Our church members came together to form Team Memorial for Relay For Life of Poolesville. We looked great in our team shirts from CustomInk and we proudly earned $5,500 for The American Cancer Society. CustomInk's website was simple to use and the customer service department responded quickly to a concern and were easy to work with."
Stepping Out To Cure Scleroderma by Joans-Jaunters - about 4 years ago
Avon Walk Team "Beauties and the Breast" by Beauties - about 4 years ago
Rhino Strong Walkers by lbettelyoun - about 4 years ago
"I have made orders with CustomInk for all the shirts i've ever wanted to make, they are awesome! We did the Relay for Life in honor of our friend Ryan Carkhuff that died of cancer in March of this year. He loved Rhinos and his saying was always Rhino Strong. He is always forever with us."
Team Healthy Hooters by twinkles - about 4 years ago
The Best Kind of Crazy by Norman - about 4 years ago
Runnin for Windy by TeamWindy - about 4 years ago
"This photograph was taken on July 4th, 2010 at the Atlanta Peachtree Road Race. This was a very large event of about 55,000 participants! My husband uncle passed away in March this year of Pulmonary Fibrosis. "Windy" was an avid runner and ran the Peachtree Road Race numerous times. As a resident of Atlanta, Windy enjoyed the PRR the most of all races. Family members wanted to honor Windy in a fun yet memorable way...we ran/walk the Peachtree Road Race in honor of him! The shirts were a hit! Not only did a few other race participants ask about the shirt and who Windy is, but as a few of us were approaching the finish line, a man with a microphone and loud speaker from the Atlanta Track Club read out the shirt! So, we heard Windy's name on the loud speaker just as we were finishing the race! What a great way to end the race!!!"