Custom T-Shirts for son
Waiting to Walk by Tina's Turtles - over 1 year ago
"Our team, Tina's Turtles, was created in 2005 when my daughter was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer and was told she had weeks to live. The little boy in the photo is her son, Brooks, who was born 2 days before her diagnosis. Tina is now a 7 year survivor and our team walks every year in October in the Walk For Live event to raise money for the fight against breast cancer. Brooks is the one who found the website for CustomInk and so we designed our own custom t-shirts for Tina's Turtles. In 2012 we had 11 team members wearing the custom shirts and the rest wore the standard event shirts. I have already ordered more shirts so that in 2013 all our team members will wear the beautiful new shirts. We just LOVE our CustomInk shirts. This company is awesome in every way."
The"Nerd Herd" by NerdHerd - over 1 year ago
Father n Son by HULK - over 1 year ago
Mitch's Fan Club by Mitch's Last Furman Game - almost 2 years ago
"My son Mitch played his last collegiate football game for Furman University in Greenville SC. I had shirts made for family and friends so we could surprise him at the game. Everyone I worked with at Custom Ink were FANTASTIC. I was worried that I wouldn't get the shirts in time for the game but they came earlier than expected. It was a great day!! thank you CustomInk!!"
Walk Now for Autism Speaks by Ry's Guys - almost 2 years ago
"My son, Riley, is seven years old. He has blond hair, big hazel eyes and the most adorable smile. He loves cats, video games, and pizza. Looking at Riley you would never know that he has a pervasive developmental disorder (PDD). PDD is on the Autism spectrum. This disorder affects every aspect of Rileyâ€™s lifeâ€¦and the lives of everyone around him. As a family, we have come a long way in accepting and understanding this disorder since Rileyâ€™s diagnosis last August. But, Riley has a long way to go. Riley is currently not in school. Heâ€™s been working with a special education tutor at home since October 1, 2011 and heâ€™s making great progress academically. Despite all of his intelligence and a near-genius IQ, Riley still cannot interact appropriately with others. He has difficulty in social settings and he cannot express his discomfort verbally. It is not uncommon for him to communicate his fear, frustration, or sadness by hiding in a closet or under a table in a fetal position, making unintelligible sounds, or acting out aggressively and physically. He has trouble processing the world around him and his many sensory issues prevent him enjoying the things that we all take for granted. He has few friends. Even with his limitations, Riley is remarkably thoughtful and generous. When he has money to spend, he will always pick out a little something for himself and something for each of his brothers. He does this without any prompting or guidance from us. In addition, he has a wonderful sense of humor and he enjoys witty puns. As a family, we have decided to make an effort to increase autism awareness. This year I have organized a team, â€œRyâ€™s Guysâ€, for the 2012 Greater Hartford Walk Now for Autism Speaks. The Walk will be held at Renschler Field in East Hartford on June 3, 2012. There are many ways that you can help our cause. You can choose to sponsor us in the event with a tax deductible donation or you can walk with us. The proceeds of the Walk will be used to support the efforts of Autism Speaks. Autism Speaks is the largest non-governmental supporter of autism research in the United States. If you are interested in finding out more about them, please check out their website www.autismspeaks.org. Please help us raise money for this extremely important cause by increasing awareness among your friends and coworkers. We realize that there are many charities that vie for your attention, but any contribution, large or small, will be greatly appreciated. As always, thank you for your consideration, support and prayers. It means more to us than we could possibly express. We look forward to hearing from you! Tracy, John, JT, Riley, and Connor Dickson "
Damien's Bowl-A-Rama by Damien Huelskamp Family - almost 2 years ago
"We lost a son in 2010 to Neuroblastoma and as a tribute to him, we have started a fundraiser in his honor. He loved to bowl, so we started a Bowl-A-Rama around the time of his Angelversary. This is the 2nd Annual Damien Huelskamp Memorial Bowl-A-Rama. After, we posed for a family picture all wearing our shirts. The experience of using your website was great. I liked that I could look at the finished product before I bought and the prices can't be beat. It made for a reasonable price to be able to sell them. The quality of the t-shirts is great also!! Thank you so much your product. This is the second year we have used you and this was better than last years. We will definitely use you next year!! "
Will's Walking Warriors by Will's Walking Warriors - almost 2 years ago
"Our son, Will (2nd from right), was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at the age of 6. He has been successfully living with Type 1 diabetes for 3 1/2 years thanks to funding provided by Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) to help find new treatments and technology. Will's Walking Warriors is our family team for the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes. This photo was taken of our team at the walk in Columbia, SC on Sunday, Nov 4, 2012. Thank you Custom Ink for making our team look great and for donating to such a worthy cause that is near and dear to our hearts!"
The Chicos-Dodgeball Champions by Mongo - almost 2 years ago
"My son and his friends formed a dodgeball team to compete in their school's tournament to benefit Make-A-Wish. All the teams pick a name and create coordinating outfits. Since they were a last minute entry, I expected that matching shirts was going to be a problem. CustomInk came to the rescue. In 10 minutes Blake Rivers solved our crisis. He took our drawing, added a slogan and The Chicos became a real team, and ultimately the 6-8 grade tournament champions."