Custom T-Shirts for support
Team Cassandra by Cassandra's Family & Friends - 8 months ago
"I designed the "Team Cassandra" shirts for my family and friends to wear as I raced my first Ironman triathlon - Ironman Arizona 2013! The shirts were perfect as I could see them from a distance. I was blessed to have 50 people show up to support me during the race, and I gave them each a shirt as a small thank you for their support. This was the largest group photo I have since everyone was dispersed around the 140.6 mile course the entire time :)"
"Team Jenny" by Linda Cummings - 8 months ago
"I am Linda Cummings. I ordered shirts to sell to hope to help a wonderful family in our community. Their 42 yr. old daughter , Jenny, kindergarten teacher , wife and mother of son & daughter, is undergoing very serious spinal surgery next February. We are selling shirts at schools, ball games, beauty salons, banks, diners, anywhere and everywhere! Today we sold at our library holiday bazaar ! We will be turning in a large order at Thanksgiving time and again at Christmas time . I am so proud I chose Customink to help with this! I has been so pleasantly surprised how wonderful you have been to work with . This whole experience has been heart warming for all! I can't thank Customink and all the staff I have gotten to know along the way. Wonderful to have real people to talk to . Thank-you !"
The Ticker Tantrums!! by Ticker Tantrums at AHA Heart Walk - 8 months ago
MS Walk by Team Matt Yorks - 8 months ago
"This was from the MS Walk held in Kemah, Texas on November 16, 2013. The walk was to raise awareness and funds to help find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis. "Team Matt Yorks" was organized by my nephew, Aaron Voss, in support of my husband who was diagnosed a few years ago; he is pictured in the center. I enjoyed working with Custom Ink and their customer service is hands down THE BEST around. From giving me a discount when I wrote up my own order incorrectly to donating to our cause - what a joy and we cannot thank you enough!"
Cancer Plum Sucks - Cathleen's Comeback Event by Cancer Plum Sucks - 8 months ago
"After battling a very rare cancer this summer (which they described as the size of a plum...hence the shirt design), I had dreams of getting back to my old self by completing the Gladiator race just 3 months after my last treatment (I'm the one in the visor). With friends from across the country and family by my side, I completed the race and had a blast doing it. I've still got many battles ahead with recovery, but this event, and our team shirts were a great start. I loved working with CustomInk. The website was easy to use, and customer service was awesome! The product quality was great."
Team Fuller Celebrates Chemo Completion by Roberta Fuller - 9 months ago
"I'm Roberta Fuller (on the far left). I have Stage IV breast cancer. God has commissioned this small team of women who support me in every way as I travel the road of tests and treatments to manage this disease. In particular, these women keep track of my appointments and have a schedule for who is taking me, i.e., I don't have to worry about a thing. After every milestone we get together at my favorite restaurant (Hibachi Grill) for lunch to celebrate together. The milestone celebrated in this photo is completion of chemotherapy before having a mastectomy. Thank you CustomInk for working with my design and creating this beautiful design. We absolutely love them!"
Lizathon by Team Run Liz Strong - 9 months ago
"Our friend Liz was diagnosed a couple weeks ago with Colon cancer at 32... this was the note we sent to our friends... Liz had a dream to run NYC so she did what everyone has to do and put her name in the lottery. After 4 years of submitting her name and not getting the opportunity to run the she was automatically in for the fifth year. The dream would come true in November 2011. But then she had a minor toe injury that prevented training for the race. You are allowed to default one year after your acceptance, so that's exactly what Liz did, she delayed her run for one more year. Summer 2012 comes along and Liz starts her training up. She gets her miles in, spends early mornings lapping the lake and cross training getting ready for an amazing race. This time Hurricane Sandy came along and wrecked havoc on Liz's plans. All that hard work, the blood sweat and probably tears for her to not get to run the 5 boroughs put on hold until 2013. So that brings us to 2013. Liz's dream to complete the NYC marathon is on hold again. This time she has a much bigger battle to face so that one day she can complete the NYC Marathon. Since Liz can't complete the 26.2 on Sunday, which is the day of the NYC Marathon, WE (her family and friends) should do it for her and call it The Lizathon! Every one of us can walk or run a mile to help get the 26.2 miles in for her. ... We decided to do this on Tuesday and the race was on Sunday, big thanks to the CustomInk team helping us pull off the logistics in no time. Liz said "the docs said having this kind of support could be a game changer." "