Philadelphia T-Shirt Design - Free Shipping
CustomInk is the place to go for all your Philadelphia custom apparel needs! See what our Philadelphia customers below have to say about their shirts!
We make t-shirts & more for any occasion with no order minimums. Create small batches of shirts for your sports team uniforms, birthday parties, or business needs. Or, for larger groups or events, order hundreds of shirts at a time for a great value - we handle it all! Plus, no driving - design and order online with your delivery date guaranteed in 7-14 days.
Good Times by goodie101 - over 2 years ago
"My sister-in-law and I ran our first 10-mile race this spring in Philadelphia. Our last name is Good so I designed these tshirts after soliciting the family for ideas. The backs say "Goodie #1" and "Goodie #2" with a graphic of running smiley... "10 miles or bust." It was the most fun either of us have ever had running. I've ordered from CustomInk several times and have consistently been impressed with their service and quality of work. Thanks!"
Race for the Cure 2012 by Charlotte's Angels - over 2 years ago
"This is a picture of our team, Charlotte's Angels, for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Philadelphia on May 13, 2012. We race in honor of our mother, grandmother, and hero Charlotte Kelly who lost her battle with breast cancer in 2006. Here we are pictured with Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter!"
2012 UCP 5k Run/Walk by AbigailZonies - over 2 years ago
"I am a 21 year old with Cerebral Palsy. Our family and friends started to participate in the UCP of Philadelphia Run/Walk at the Philadelphia art museum 5 years ago. This year it was on April 26, 2012. UCP provides help for people with Cerebral Palsy by helping them get wheelchairs and other supplies. The goal of the walk is to raise money for UCP. We like to stand out amongst the other participants, so we have used CustomInk for 5 years to do so. They always do a great job with the graphics I upload. I love CustomInk!"
Quiet Storm Philadelphia acappella group by DBH - almost 3 years ago
Free to Breathe Lung Cancer 5k-Philadelphia, PA by Twisler/Pearson Team - almost 3 years ago
"Twisler/Pearson team after our 5k! The event was organized by Free to Breathe- Lung Cancer Awareness and Research. We were among the 3,000 people that participated in the event, which raised almost $300,000 for Lung Cancer Research. We were running/walking in memory of two family members we lost to Lung Cancer, including my dad this past June. If you are interested in making a tax deductible donation to Free to Breathe, please click the link below. Donations can be made until 12/31/11 Custom Ink.com rocks! Custom Ink is an outstanding company when it comes to quality of their products, reliability and excellent customer service. Days before our event, Custom Ink noticed our shirts were for a charitable event and made a donation to our team! What other company would do thatâ€¦.not many. I am a customer for life and I have already told several friends and co-workers about my great experience with the company. "
Team Sophie at the Race for Hope by Team Sophie - almost 3 years ago
Terminating Type 1 at the JDRF walk by Type 1 Terminators - almost 3 years ago
Harmless Errors 2011 softball team by joe - almost 3 years ago
"This photo was taken at the W.B. Saul High School fields in Philadelphia following a 28 to 13 loss. It dropped our record to 3-5. Despite the drubbing, our spirits were not crushed and we were able to look tough for a team photo. Our softball team has used CustomInk for almost a decade (we get different shirts every year) and we will continue to do so in the future. We are often complimented on our uniforms, and have to thank CustomInk for the jazzy artistry it provides."
Irish Pub's Tour De Shore 2011 by Dirty 30 Bike Team - about 3 years ago
"This year police officers from our bicycle team rode there bikes as in previous years from the Irish Pub at 20th and Walnut Streets, Philadelphia, PA to the Irish Pub in Atlantic City, NJ to raise money for the Irish Pub Children's Foundation, a Delaware Valley based charity dedicated to helping needy children throughout the region. The Irish Pub Tour de Shore has raised over $1,600,000 for various childrenâ€™s beneficiaries. Last yearâ€™s ride generated nearly $270,000 from 1,300 riders and sponsors. Each year 80% of all funds raised go directly to the chosen charities. Some of the charities that they will support this year include: . Daniel Faulkner Educational Grant Fund Â· FOP Survivorâ€™s Fund Â· Police Athletic League of Philadelphia Â· Pat McDonald Scholarship Fund This year our team ordered the shirts from customink.com. The shirt was a hit with our sponsors and the team. We received the shirts on time and the staff at Custom Ink did a great job. Thank you again from the Dirty 30 Bike Team."