Custom T-Shirts for roc race
Running with the Devils - 2014 ROC Race by The Ladies - 3 months ago
ROC Race 2014 - Dream Team by Dream Team - 5 months ago
"We participated in the Ridiculous Obstacle Challenge Race in Atlanta, Georgia on April 5th, 2014. We wanted to look like a team and race like a team! Therefore, matching t-shirts was a must! CustomInk made it extremely easy to design a t-shirt and I was amazed at their level of customer service! Talk about world class service! They completely wowed me with how fast they sent over the proofs and after my approval, it was immediately sent into production! Thank you so much for these amazing t-shirts! We will most definitely order from you guys again! These t-shirts kept our spirit high as we ran through the courses! Thank you again!!! <3"
ROC Race 2013 by The Fast, The Slow, and The Winded - about 1 year ago
"The ROC Race (Ridiculous Obstacle Course) came to Washington, D.C. My friends and I decided to order T-shirts to get into the spirit of the race. I went to your site and quickly found the perfect graphic and font I wanted to use for our team name, "The Fast, The Slow, and The Winded." I was surprised at how quickly the proof came back, with a couple of tweaks to make the shirts better. The shirts were delivered on the date, as promised, and looked PERFECT! I will highly recommended CustomInk to anyone looking to create a shirt! "
Race for the ROC by Wolf - almost 7 years ago
"This is a photo taken after a charity walk/run for the Saratoga Springs, NY Radiation Oncology Center. The center treated my father when he was diagnosed with Lung Cancer over a year ago. He now survives with one lung, and this 3 mile walk was a huge accomplishment for him as well as support for the ROC that helped in curing my father. Aside from his friends and family being there for the event I had T-shirts made by customink.com that said â€œIâ€™m on Wolfâ€™s Teamâ€. When Wolfgang arrived at the Saratoga Race Track for the walk/run he was surprised to see T-shirts on everyone. It was just what he needed for motivation to complete the distance. Wolf is in the back center of the picture."