Custom T-Shirts for son

Mark's Goal Counters by Sheila Woodcock - almost 2 years ago

Mark's Goal Counters T-Shirt Photo

"Light the Night walk for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Team Mark's Moal Counters were walking in memory of my 13 year old son Mark who passed away Feb. 13 2012. He had ALL( Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia). Mark was a real Goal Counter both on and off the ice. "

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Running for SPC Dane Balcon (POW/MIA/KIA Run) by ARC-234 Team - almost 2 years ago

Running For Spc Dane Balcon (Pow/Mia/Kia Run) T-Shirt Photo

"The event we are participating in is a Lackland Air Force Base, TX 24-hour annual run that the Air Force Base is sponsoring in order to show respect and recognize our POWs/MIAs/KIAs . On the back of the T-shirt I ordered, you’ll see pictures of my Son, SPC Dane R. Balcon. He was killed-in-action on 5 September 2007 in Balad, Iraq. My family and I just recognized our fifth year anniversary. Initially, I was planning to participate in this run by myself (front row, far right) on behalf of my Son, and then my colleagues, (ARC-234 Team), at work wanted to support me by running along. "

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Cameron's Crusaders by Amy - almost 2 years ago

Cameron's Crusaders T-Shirt Photo

"Cameron's Crusaders walked in the Terre Haute, IN Walk Now for Autism Speaks on Sept. 19, 2012. This was our first walk since our son was diagnosed with autism. We appreciate everyone that came out to support us and the others affected by autism. As a team we were able to raise over $1,000 for autism research, which is one of the most prevalent but least funded childhood disorders. Our shirts were a huge hit!! Tons of people at the walk complemented our shirts and the local news clip that aired for the walk included us with our awesome shirts, too! We had a phenomenal experience with CustomInk and look forward to using them in the future. We are so grateful to the donation CustomInk was able to make for autism research-- thank you so much!"

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Team Jake - Crohns Walk by Team Jake - almost 2 years ago

Team Jake   Crohns Walk T-Shirt Photo

"Our son, Jake (14), was diagnosed with Crohns and he wanted to participate in a fundraising walk. He gathered friends and family, raised over $3000 and wanted his team to have a team shirt. He created it and they all proudly wore them (and still wear them). This will be an annual event and we look forward to creating a new team shirt for Jake for the next walk. Thanks CustomInk for your great product and great pricing."

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Bamberg Germany by CustomInk shirts in Bamberg Germany - almost 2 years ago

Bamberg Germany T-Shirt Photo

"My wife, son and I were wearing the shirts while walking downtown Bamberg, on the way to our Army Reunion. "

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cleveland autism walk 2012 by roberta alberty - about 2 years ago

Cleveland Autism Walk 2012 T-Shirt Photo

"my team from the 2012 cleveland walk now for autism speaks, we were all very happy with our shirts and the color of the butterfly was perfect as my son loves the color green!!!!"

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Friends & Family of Eric A. Lache by Debbie S. - about 2 years ago

Friends & Family Of Eric A. Lache T-Shirt Photo

"We created these shirts to honor a dear son, friend, nephew and cousin who passed away in May of this year. We wore them to a Brewer's game (his favorite team) to celebrate what would have been his 22nd birthday this year. CustomInk was amazing and we are all so happy with the way the shirts turned out. We will wear them every year to honor his memory. "

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First Annual Dick Days by Dick Days - about 2 years ago

First Annual Dick Days T-Shirt Photo

"The reason for creating the shirts is a sad one, however, the experience with Custom Ink and our celebration was wonderful. On March 3, 2012 we lost a beloved, brother, son, and friend Devin "Dick" Dickert to a car crash. He was loved by so many and we needed to have a way to celebrate his life. Devin was an avid outdoorsman; camping, kayaking, canoeing, hunting, biking...anything that involved being outdoors, he was there. It was decided that every year on Devin's birthday we (friends and family) would gather to have a weekend filled of good times, camping and floating on the river. This year we held the first annual "Dick Days" to celebrate Devin's all too short life. Because of the hilarious name (Dick Days) it was decided that we had to have T-shirts for the event as well. A family member had used custom ink in the past and had a wonderful experience with them, so we decided to create/design our shirts through them. They were amazing; professional and so nice! We had such a massive turn out for the weekend (around 60 people) that a second order of shirts had to be placed! Everyone LOVED the shirts! The colors were vibrant and everything was exactly as it should have been. They will give each and every person a way to remember "Dick" everytime they wear their shirt! Dick Days took place at Ohiopyle, PA on July 13, 14 and 15th 2012"

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Two happy gamers! by Nick - about 2 years ago

Two Happy Gamers! T-Shirt Photo

"My son and I model our SNEWfest! t-shirts. SNEWfest is an annual boardgame event the I host. This year we decided to create t-shirts and CustomInk helped to make them look AWESOME!"

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Jantzen's Jaywalkers: Walking for a Cure by Jantzen's Jaywalkers - about 2 years ago

Jantzen's Jaywalkers: Walking For A Cure T-Shirt Photo

"This is a group picture of Jantzen's Jaywalkers on May 20, 2012 who walked in the JDRF Type 1 Diabetes Walk in Lancaster, PA. Jantzen is my amazing 3 year old son who was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes less than a year ago. His life now consists of a strict diet, up to 10 finger blood sugar readings and 4 or more insulin shots each day. The local printer let me down the Thursday before the walk and Matt and your team saved us! You designed, printed and delivered them in two days! The theme of the walk was "Be A Super Hero", so the kids are all wearing there super hero green capes along with their Super J t-shirts. Cannot thank you enough! Jantzen is the first one on the bottom right."

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