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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.
Genji Runs for Sushi by Genji Runs for Sushi - about 3 years ago
Team Bradley - walking in memory of our Brave Bradley by Team Bradley - over 3 years ago
"TEAM BRADLEY participated in the 16th Annual dash for organ and tissue donor awareness organised by GIFT-OF-LIFE in Philadelphia. We participated in memory of our son, grandson and friend, BRADLEY. In November 2009, Bradley had been a recipient of a heart and double lungs. He had to be re-transplanted for double lungs in January 2010. Bradley made it out of hospital in June 2010 and was doing so well until December 2010 when he went into heart failure. Bradley was a fighter and he fought it out till January 31st this year, when he succumbed to multiple organ failure. When he passed, he donated his corneas, giving sight to 2 people. In his four and a half years with us, Bradley taught us what it meant to be brave, courageous and to love. He was a trooper, a fighter and never let his medical limitations affect him. He was strong, active, fun- loving, and had a great sense of humour. We treasure the times we had with Bradley and know it was because he had a second and a third chance! We walked in the spirit of Bradley, believing that everyone deserves second and third chances! Organ donors save lives! Our t-shirts were great! We were 3rd in the team t-shirt contest. We love our t-shirt and are big fans of CustomInk !! Great Customer service too. We are already thinking up our design for next year! "
Team Humanzee 2011 by Angie Smith - over 3 years ago
"We participated in the Get Your Rear in Gear 5K in Philadelphia on March 20, 2011 and raised funds in honor of a friend, John Marshall, who is a colon cancer survivor. Our shirts depicted photos of our friend and Oliver the Humanzee who have a striking resemblance. The shirts were hilarious!"
Daddy Truck Bucks Crew for the Blue! by GYRIG - over 3 years ago
"We had customink tshirts made for the 'get your rear in gear' run/walk for Colon Cancer awarness in Philadelphia on Sunday, March 20th! Our Father/Grandfather is a Colon Cancer survior and we participate in his honor! Our shirts were also made to represent him! CustomInk was great to work with and we were very happy with the finished product! "
Casual Friday's by Poppinton - over 3 years ago
"We wore our CustomInk T-shirts on 3/11/11 which was a casual Friday in our call center at the Philadelphia Electric Company (PECO) in Philadelphia, PA. We work as Customer Service Reps. In dealing with angry and irrate customers, we often have to interject by saying, "Sir . . . Sir . . ." or "Ma'am . . . Ma'am . . ." So we thought it would be funny to have t-shirts with those phrases on them. Each t-shirt was designed to look like us. CustomInk made the best quality t-shirts and they looked AMAZING!!! Now everybodywants one . . ."
Sales team builds bikes for kids. by UBC Bikes for the World - over 3 years ago
"UBC sales group met in Philadelphia Pennsylvania for their annual sales meeting. The group participated in a charity caleld Bikes for the World where they assembled bikes for area children involved in boys and girls clubs of america. The children, all of which have never had a bike before, were very grateful and looking forward to riding their new bikes. "
Golla Gang at the 2010 Prostate Cancer Walk by Stephanie - over 3 years ago
Team Tony by Race for Hope, Philadelphia - over 3 years ago
"Race for Hope, Philadelphia, is a 5 K run and walk that my family participates in every year. About 18 months ago, my dad was diagnosed with 2 meningioma brain tumors, with one wrapped around his optic nerve. After a scary few months of losing his vision and high dose radiation, he is finally starting to be able to cope and function like himself. He was able to run the entire 3.2 miles at the race and continues to be an inspiration to my entire family. "
Philadelphia Lung Cancer Walk - Carol's Angels by Winnie - over 3 years ago
"This photo was taken on November 7th, 2010. Friend and family got together and walked in the 5K Free to Breathe Lung Cancer Walk in Philadelphia, PA. My best friend recently lost her mother to lung cancer and we did the walk in memory of her ... Carol Kravitz we love you!"