Custom T-Shirts for race for a cure
Finishing the Race by Team Daniel - 11 months ago
"We wore our Team Daniel T-Shirts at the Run for PHun in Denver, CO. Our youngest son Daniel has a rare, life threatening disease called Pulmonary Hypertension. He is three years old and has battled PH all of his short life. This is a photo my friend Sheri sent to me of our family crossing the finish line of the race together. Everybody crossed the finish line at their own pace and then we waited for Daniel and all crossed with him. ? I love my family so much and I am so proud of how each of Daniel's big brothers and sisters ran the race for him. Even Daniel's 6 year old sister ran the entire race! And we continue to hope and pray a cure will be found for this terrible disease. Thank you Custom Ink for the awesome T-shirts. You all were fantastic to work with and we are so grateful you made a donation to help find a cure for Pulmonary Hypertension. Thank you!"
We are the Cure 13' ( Komen Walk ) by Team " J'WaLx " - over 1 year ago
"2013 Susan B Komen Race for a cure San Antonio, Tx 4/6/13 This cause is dear to each and every one of us to be the " CURE " to help fight the cause and raise awareness for breast cancer and other cancer out there. Each team mate has lost or has had a family member that is suffering or a survivor from this disease and we were glad to have a survivor give us the inspiration to our team. Let's not take for granted each day that comes and treat it as if it were our last. Peace, love , and happiness. "
Walkin With Waffles by Abbie - over 3 years ago
The Breakfast Club by THE BREAKFAST CLUB - over 3 years ago
"A group of long time high school friends now in our forties formed The Breakfast Club, to get together, honor our friends, teach our kids about health, raise money and awareness for a number of causes like Cancer, Lupus, Heart association. The Susan G. Komen Race for a Cure at Dodger Stadium (March 6, 2011). Our Custom Ink shirts were the best! Tie-Dyed Blue, perfectly printed and sized. We couldn't have asked for a better Inker. "