Custom T-Shirts for race for the cure 5k

The Not Afraid Campaign supports breast cancer and Custom Ink! by Kim - 9 months ago

The Not Afraid Campaign Supports Breast Cancer And Custom Ink! T-Shirt Photo

"This picture of my friends, my mother(middle), and me(right of my mother), was taken right before we began the Race for the Cure 5k in Raleigh North Carolina on June 8th 2013. My mother and other women in my extended family are breast cancer survivors. I have always been passionate about supporting the cause to fight breast cancer. One day I had an idea to create a campaign to help raise money to benefit the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation. I started a fundraising team and recruited people to run in the Race for the Cure 5k. I also sold 60 tank tops to my family, friends, and classmates who weren't running but still wanted to support. Custom Ink did an amazing job on the printing! My design turned out better than I had imagined and I received them so quickly with plenty of time to hand them out before the race. The quality of the tank tops are amazing and they have received nothing but positive comments from all 60 people who now own one. I look forward to ordering my 2014 Not Afraid Campaign tank tops from Custom Ink next Summer!"

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Breast Cancer Awareness by Krista "Team Kuhl" - 11 months ago

Breast Cancer Awareness  T-Shirt Photo

"I brought together our family and friends to raise money for the Race for the Cure 5k for Breast Cancer awareness. This was in honor of my grandmother surviving breast cancer ! "

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WMDMS Race for the Cure 2012 by Alex Collada - almost 2 years ago

Wmdms Race For The Cure 2012 T-Shirt Photo

"This photo was taken as we approached the finish line of the Race for the Cure 5k in Hartford, CT (6/2/2012). The Race for the Cure is a Susan G. Komen event raising money and awareness in the fight against breast cancer. There were seven of us running arm in arm at the end (only 5 showing). Members of our group included cancer survivors and those running for family members that succumbed to the disease. Our group is comprised of friends in the Hartford, CT area. Twelve in all, we call ourselves the Wine Me Dine Me Society (WMDMS). Custom Ink went above and beyond what I expected for customer service; our group was very impressed. Not only did they notice that I placed separate orders (same design) for women's and men's shirts (different products), combined the two, and lowered the cost; but they also donated to the charity event printed on our shirts (without solicitation). Alex Collada"

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