Portland T-Shirt Design

Caden's Crew by Caden's Crew - almost 3 years ago

Caden's Crew  T-Shirt Photo

"Autism Speaks Walk in Portland Oregon. Working with CustomInk was AWESOME. I didn't give myself a lot of time for getting custom shirts. But your site made it easy, the staff was great to work with and I got my shirts in a week PLUS you even donated to our cause. I've told several people already what a great experience I've had! Thank you!"

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Youth Conference in Portland OR. by Cottage Grove Bible Youth Group - over 3 years ago

Youth Conference In Portland Or. T-Shirt Photo

"We gave our kids in our youth group a couple weeks to get online and create a sweatshirt. Then we voted on a design and fundraised but a couple weeks later had our sweatshirts. Everyone absolutely loved them. We traveled to a youth Christian conference called Winter Youth in Portland Oregon. There was about 500 other high school kids and we were one of the only groups matching, it was very cool and the kids enjoyed it. The kids like what we put on the shirts and gives them a chance to stand out in the public eye. We were at the conference December 27-30. Customink helped us have an amazing experience at Winter Youth and we will be hopefully ordering again soon."

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2010 Portland VisionWalk by Believing is Seeing - almost 4 years ago

2010 Portland Vision Walk T-Shirt Photo

"This is our VisionWalk Team - The Hoags, The Gishes and The Paines. Families bonded by marriage and by friendship. VisionWalk is the national signature fundraising event of the Foundation Fighting Blindness. Since its inception in the Spring of 2006, the program has raised over $13 million to fund sight-saving research. As promising treatments move into critical human studies, the need for research funding is greater than ever before. VisionWalk is important to all of us because the two Hoag boys (in the pic) are both dealing with Retinitis Pigmentosa. We walked for them and for everyone who is dealing with retinal disease - to help find a cure."

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At the Finish Line of the Summer's Here 5K Run by StepItUpInc - about 4 years ago

At The Finish Line Of The Summer's Here 5 K Run T-Shirt Photo

"On June 26, 2010 supporters of Step It Up, Inc. participated in the Summer's Here 5K Walk/Run at Irving Park in Portland, OR, to help raise awareness and funds for SIU's summer youth development programs. In this picture, three participant's celebrate the end of the race, while wearing the awesome t-shirts ordered from CustomInk.com."

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Barran Liebman Supports SALC - 2009 by BarranLiebman - about 5 years ago

Barran Liebman Supports Salc   2009 T-Shirt Photo

"Portland, Oregon – Barran Liebman geared up for the annual St. Andrew Clinic Race for Justice 5K Walk/Run this past Saturday to help raise funds for the non-profit that serves local low-income families needing legal representation. More than 20 firm members participated in the Race for Justice, and the firm was a major sponsor which included the donation of air time on OPB radio for publicity. This race marked the highest number of attendees yet, according to race coordinators. The clinic was excited to see so many new faces contributing to the event. “Coming together as a firm and supporting our local community is a great way to kick-off summer,” says Ed Harnden, the firm’s managing partner. "Barran Liebman is proud to support such a fantastic organization.” The St. Andrew Legal Clinic, also known as SALC, is a community-based non-profit organization that provides quality legal services, in the area of family law, to low-income individuals and families who might otherwise not have access to them. SALC opened its doors in 1979 and has served more than 35,000 individuals and families. All of the funds raised at this event directly help low-income families in Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas and Columbia counties receive legal representation. About Barran Liebman Barran Liebman LLP is an employment and labor law firm located in Portland, Oregon. Barran Liebman attorneys represent and advise employers on employment, labor and employee benefits decisions."

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Mariah Daly's Bachelorette Celebration by alitighe - about 5 years ago

Mariah Daly's Bachelorette Celebration T-Shirt Photo

"These shirts were used for a bachelorette party held in Portland, ME for Mariah Daly"

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Gabriella's Hope Great Strides Portland Maine by Gabbie - about 5 years ago

Gabriella's Hope Great Strides Portland Maine T-Shirt Photo

"Photo taken at the Great Stride's Walk to cure Cystic Fibrosis on May 16th in Portland Maine. Our team Gabiella's HOPE raised almost $5,000 for Cystic Fibrosis research. (Gabbie is sitting front and center) CustomInk was great to work with - I would recommmend them highly!"

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Yes We Can Team - NAMI Walk, Portland, Maine by YesWeCan_NAMI-Maine - over 5 years ago

Yes We Can Team   Nami Walk, Portland, Maine T-Shirt Photo

"We walked in the National Alliance for Mental Illness - NAMI - annual 5k walk in Portland, Maine. My wife, Alice, purple pants front right of picture, recruited Glenn Close to be the Walk Ambassador, did public service announcements and other fundraising efforts with Glenn, and they became good friends. Glenn really liked our shirts, which said "Thank You Glenn" on the back. This year's walk had double the normal number of walkers and greatly exceeded it's fundraising goal. Here's a link to the TV news report: http://www.wcsh6.com/news/local/story.aspx?storyid=104492."

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Portland HS Sailing Team by Portland_Sailing - almost 6 years ago

Portland Hs Sailing Team T-Shirt Photo

"Yearbook Fun Photo..We've been working with Custom Ink for two season and love their t-shirts and sweatshirts!"

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Stash Tea girls at Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure by MeganR - almost 6 years ago

Stash Tea Girls At Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure T-Shirt Photo

"Stash Tea was a sponsor of Race for the Cure here in Portland. Employees volunteered there time at the Health Expo handing out tea samples and getting the runners hyped up for the race."

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