Custom T-Shirts for research

Kick for a Cure 2012 by Bradley CureSearch Club - over 2 years ago

Kick For A Cure 2012 T-Shirt Photo

"This photograph was taken of Bradley CureSearch Club at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. We put on a fundraiser called Kick for a Cure in April 2012 to "kick" children's cancer. The event, a kickball tournament, was a huge success and the money went to CureSearch for Children's Cancer. Our club loved the t-shirts that we designed on CustomInk.com, they turned out great! We had a very pleasant experience working with CustomInk. "

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Pine Crest Research by Jared - over 2 years ago

Pine Crest Research T-Shirt Photo

"The photograph was taken on the first day that we got the shirts in the mail. Our teacher (in the middle) was unaware that we had put her face on the back of the shirt and was pleasantly shocked to find out. This is the first shirt the Research class has had since 2006, and we are very excited at how they turned out. Since we've been wearing them, over 48 other students around school have asked to buy one. They are officially the coolest shirts on campus. "

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Terminating Type 1 at the JDRF walk by Type 1 Terminators - over 2 years ago

Terminating Type 1 At The Jdrf Walk T-Shirt Photo

"We just finished the walk to cure diabetes at the Philadelphia Museum of Art! Griffy raised almost $6000 for research. He even got to make a speech with the Mayor in front of 12,000 people!!!!! Check out his fundraising video below. It's really COOL!!!!"

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We did it for Jesse! Miss you! by Team Jesse - Miles for Melanoma 5K - almost 3 years ago

We Did It For Jesse!  Miss You! T-Shirt Photo

"This was at the Miles for Melanoma 5K Walk/ Run in Wilmington, Delaware on Sunday, Sept 18. Our team raised over $1150 to assist in Melanoma Research. I lost my Dad, Sergeant Jesse Offringa, to Malgnant Melanoma only 4 months ago. "

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Lots of fun for everyone! by HomeRun4Chris - about 3 years ago

Win Lots Of Fun For Everyone! T-Shirt Photo

""Customink provided our t-shirts for HomeRun4Chris, a FUN-raising event to raise money for brain tumor research. The race as well as the t-shirts were a huge success! Thanks CustomInk! ""

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Team E-2 at Revlon Run Walk by Team E-2 for Elizabeth Bennett-Jarvis - about 3 years ago

Team E 2 At Revlon Run Walk T-Shirt Photo

"Our team raised over $2,500 for breast cancer research, thanks in part to CustomInk's generous donation. This is one fantastic company to work with."

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Breast Cancer Charity Walk Team Taras by DrTaras - about 3 years ago

Breast Cancer Charity Walk Team Taras T-Shirt Photo

"http://do.eifoundation.org/goto/DrTaras is the link to our team web site. We've raised over $25K this year so far with a month to go! We had a team on 5/7/11 of over 250 people, starting from 12 people in 2000! We've used CustomInk for the last 5 years at least. Ease of use of the web site, great selection and great prices are only part of why we return each year. Their customer service is 2nd to none!"

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Shoot For A Cure - Spinal Cord Research by SL - over 3 years ago

Shoot For A Cure   Spinal Cord Research T-Shirt Photo

"This year our school's benefit week was for a charity named Shoot For A Cure which seeks to raise funds for research and prevention for spinal cord injuries in sport. After a dear friend, and a member of our graduating class this year was recently paralyzed in a ski accident, the cause hit close to home. This year we raised $12 000 over the course of the week, and these T-Shirts went a long way to promote the cause!"

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Ben Corbin models the A4H polo by Astronauts4Hire - over 3 years ago

Ben Corbin Models The A4 H Polo T-Shirt Photo

"Astronauts4Hire member Ben Corbin hard at work at the Next-Generation Suborbital Researchers Conference (NSRC) in Orlando, Florida (Feb 28 - Mar 2, 2011)"

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A4H members at the NSRC by Astronauts4Hire - over 3 years ago

A4 H Members At The Nsrc T-Shirt Photo

"Astronauts4Hire members pose for a group shot at the Next-Generation Suborbital Researchers Conference (NSRC) in Orlando, Florida (Feb 28 - Mar 2, 2011)"

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