San Diego T-Shirt Design

Team In Command and Out of Control!!! by Ray Ray's Orders - about 4 years ago

Team In Command And Out Of Control!!! T-Shirt Photo

"Having been my first year with the PEO C4I Naval Command in San Diego, California, the 4th Annual SPAWAR Softball Tournament was my first, but won't be my last opportunity to order from CustomInk.Com The support throughout the ordering process was amazing and made my Assistant Manager job a breeze! This picture was taken at the Marine Core Recruit Depot (MCRD) right before our first (and last) win Hey, we didn't win the tournament, we sure did look good losing!"

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Minors are Major in the San Diego Marathon! by Minors_are_major - about 4 years ago

Minors Are Major In The San Diego Marathon! T-Shirt Photo

"My brothers and I ran our first half marathon this summer. We live all across the country: CT, PA, IL and CA and don't get to see each other as often as we like. As a family we crossed the finish line in San Diego June 6th!! Our shirts were great - they were so bright we really stood out like a team. Everyone loved the shirts and we got tons of complements!! It was awesome!"

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Pat & Oscars MV by Magalicious - over 4 years ago

Pat & Oscars Mv T-Shirt Photo

"This was a softball game against the Mission Valley and Mira Mesa Pat & Oscars in San Diego...obviously we won!!! THANK YOU customink, you helped get our shirts in on time : )"

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March of Dimes Nathans Journey by NathansJourney - over 4 years ago

March Of Dimes Nathans Journey T-Shirt Photo

"Our team walked in the San Diego March of Dimes for baby Nathan who was born 3 months premature. He is a little fighter!"

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Wild about Scrapbooking by ConniesCroppers - over 4 years ago

Wild About Scrapbooking T-Shirt Photo

"March 19-22, 2010 Celebrating Connie's 40th Birthday at the Scrappin Escapes Retreat in San Diego. We went Wild for our super cute t-shirts that Custom Ink Made. Definitely a huge hit and a great way to commemorate a 40th birthday!"

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The Beat House by TheBeat - over 4 years ago

The Beat House T-Shirt Photo

"Our a-capella group, The Beat, from UCSD, wear our t-shirts to every gig we perform at. This picture was taken at the New Children's Museum in downtown San Diego- if only we could actually have a Beat house!"

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Bouncin' Buckeyes Day 2 by the3day.org - over 4 years ago

Bouncin' Buckeyes Day 2 T-Shirt Photo

"Bouncin' Buckeyes team from Columbus Ohio traveled to San Diego, CA Nov 20-22, 2009 to participate in the 3 Day 60 Mile Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Walk."

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Welcome Home Girls! by SAS_Homecoming - over 4 years ago

Welcome Home Girls! T-Shirt Photo

"2 sisters just spent 110 days sailing around the world with Semester at Sea. The whole family surprised them by flying out to San Diego. Lime green tie-dye was a great choice as we could be seen from just about across the Pacific. Our mother was interviewed by NBC thanks, at least partially, to our great shirts. Thanks CustomInk for making these moments so easy."

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Blue Kitabu Fundraiser: San Diego by Fundraiser - over 4 years ago

Blue Kitabu Fundraiser: San Diego T-Shirt Photo

"San Diego State University picked Blue Kitabu to raise money for as part of a leadership course. The team raised $600 for the organization at a Pacific Beach karaoke party. Blue Kitabu focuses on sustainable educational development. Our experience with CustomInk has been awesome and they are incredibly helpful."

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Saving the Breast for Last by Moo - over 4 years ago

Saving The Breast For Last T-Shirt Photo

"This is some of our team at the Susan G. Komen 3day 60 mile San Diego Walk 09 to raise funds and awareness for Breast Cancer. Our team name was Saving the Breast for last so I designed this busty chicken and we dressed our team as chickens, complete with chicken hats, legs and feet. Custom Ink was great in helping to get the design right. The Front of the shirt has a pink ribbon with Cute Chick and our name under it!"

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