Custom T-Shirts for research
LGBT Research Pride by Research Group Pride - about 1 month ago
"The Collaborative Research Group on Health Policy & Promotion are pictured here at the Queens Gay Pride Festival in New York City, where they were busy collecting data on access to and quality of health care with sexual minority women. All interactions with the Custom Ink team were pleasant and the team was fast to respond to inquiries. We even received our order 3 days early!"
Take That, Tumors! by Take That, Tumors! - 3 months ago
Team "B" ! by Destiny88 - 9 months ago
"What an amazing experience. My family decided to walk in the HIV/AIDS event at piedmont park atlanta in memory of our dearly departed family member Byron Clark. The custom ink shirts I ordered made our team not only stand out but the experience that much memorable. We are so honored to have you guys not only donate to our cause but create shirts that where easy to make and shipped within time before our event. I Thank you again custom ink the shirts had us in tears, :) happy tears because you helped us share Byron's legacy to the world! "
Team Chebbs: Head for the Cure 2013 by Team Chebbs - 11 months ago
"Team Chebbs! Brian (nickname Chebbs) is a long time friend who found out a couple years that he has a rare form of brain cancer. He's been fighting since the day he got the news and we've been supporting him the best we know how. This is the second year we have participated in the Head for the Cure 5K, a race to raise money for research. We had a great turn out and one of the largest teams for the KCMetro race. We ran, we caught up with one another, we showed the love we have for our dear friend. This is a picture of (most of) our team. Brian is in he front holding the Team Chebbs sign."
Race for Research by Team Multiple Miracles - about 1 year ago
"I have multiple myeloma, a blood cancer for which there is no cure - at least not right now. Every year, we run the Race for Research, sponsored by the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF). 90% of every dollar raised goes directly to research that someday will lead to a cure for me and those of us with this cancer. This year, I had 42 team members, I received the Spirit of Hope Award, and we were the top fundraising team with just under $24,000! Woo-hoo! Here's to our team!! And to CustomInk for your excellent work!! Loved our shirts!!"
Team Pee Wee's Big Climb by Team Pee-Wee's Big Climb for the American Lung Association - about 1 year ago
"Our team climbed 660 steps/30 flights of stairs steps on behalf of the American Lung Association's Fight for Air Climb in Austin, Texas. Our team climbed in honor of my sister who I nicknamed, "Pee-Wee" when she was a little girl. My sister is currently recovering from her 2nd double lung transplant. Our team received the award for most donations received. $4.2K. This money will aide in the in the continued research and awareness for pulmonary disorders and the right to breathe clean air. Thank you CustomInk for creating some great tanks for my ladies!"
LSU MS Research Team won Best Team Sprit Award in Walk MS Shreveport 2013 by LSU Multiple Sclerosis Reserch Team at Walk MS-Shreveport - over 1 year ago
"On April 6, 2013, our Louisiana State University (LSU) MS Research Team attended Walk MS Shreveport-Bossier City at Louisiana Boardwalk. This is the third consecutive year for us to attend this public awareness and fundraising event for multiple sclerosis (MS). Our team members include a 22-day-old baby. Thanks to the recognition of National Multiple Sclerosis (NMSS) Louisisana, our team was awarded, "Walk MS: Shreveport Best Team Spirit." "
Getting ready to Make Strides! by Team Martin Banks - over 1 year ago
"Team Martin Banks took to the streets of Philadelphia on Saturday, October 20, 2012 for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. Pictured is less than half of our team, it was organized chaos to say the least, with a huge overall turnout due to the beautiful weather we had. Thanks to CustomInk for making our awesome shirts and helping us with a great experience!"
The Weiss Lab at the Zeppy Run 5K by Jack Stupinski - about 2 years ago
"Our biology research lab entered into a friendly wager with two other labs at Cornell University- who could place the fastest times at an upcoming 5K race? Unbeknownst to our competitors, we ordered lab race T-shirts to band us together in our common cause, and they turned out great! (The shirts feature a lab mouse on the front and runners climbing a DNA helix on the back)"