"Our family got together to walk in the Race for the Cure to celebrate our friend/sister/daughter/cousin Ann as she fights the battle against breast cancer. It was a moving experience for all of us to be part of such an emotional gathering. Team ANN looked awesome in our custom shirts!"
Custom T-Shirts for support
Turn up by Fort Worth Christian - about 1 year ago
Making Strides Cancer Walk by Tonester - about 1 year ago
Run Dave Run... by Cheri - about 1 year ago
"My dear friend Dave is a single dad and doesn't have any family within 3 states from where we live. He is kind of a quiet guy and set out to make a goal to run his first Marathon. Dave didn't think anyone would show up to watch a 4 hour run.. My friend and I wanted to support him as much as possible so to suprise him I created the shirts to wear the day of the race. He didn't see them til we saw him at our first post the 5k mark. He only saw the front of them at that time "run dave run..." At the 18K mark he was dragging. When he got right before us we started running on the side a little in front of him so he could read the back of our shirts claiming he finishes the 26.2 miles. He said they motivated him to keep going when he didn't want to cause his friends believed in him and already assumed he could finish and put it on there shirts. We gave Dave a shirt and some of his buddies who couldnt come to the race. Its something he will always remember as motivation. I got motivated to run my first 1/2 marathon in September.. Maybe you will be printing some Run Cheri Run shirts this fall.. "
Paint over LUPUS by Ride 4 LUPUS - about 1 year ago
"The 1st Annual Ride for LUPUS parade was very successful event. In the photograph, Zia had the number of years her relative had been diagnosed with LUPUS. The event took place in Haynesville, La on May 4, 2013. The Tshirts was the talk of the town other than LUPUS."
Team Ethan by Sara - about 1 year ago
"My nephew Ethan was born with a congenital heart defect. He had surgery 6 days after he was born and wil need to have a few more heart surgeries within the next 6-12 months. On top if that, shortly after he was born he was diagnosed with Prader-Willi Syndrome. Ethan is still in the hospital but we hope he will be able to go home before his next surgery. :) We ordered these shirts initially for immediate family members to wear when Ethan has his surgeries but they have grown in popularity so we will be ordering more soon. CustomInk has been wonderful throughout this process and everyone LOVES their Team Ethan shirts!!"
Beckie's MS walk team by Beckie - about 1 year ago
My cousin, the hero by Sam B. - about 1 year ago
"About a week ago I received the tshirts that I had ordered for my cousins party before deployment. Everyone loved them and they were a hit!! Yesterday was the official deployment send off. I hugged my cousin for the last time until he comes home from Afghanistan. It was an emotional day full of tears. We all wore our tshirts again. And I got a shout out from the Governor of Wisconsin!!!! He told me he really loved the shirts. And I told him that I had help designing them. Anyways, here is the picture we took with him! It was so cool. Thanks again for helping with these shirts. Words can't describe the meaning behind these shirts. I can't wait to order Welcome Home shirts when my cousin returns. "
WifePack Supporting our Hubby's B-Ball (WolfPack) by PCrupi09 - about 1 year ago
Cure Pulmonary Fibrosis by BreathebobBreathe - about 1 year ago
"This was a walk for in support of my father, Bob Williams. This 5K was held in Evans, GA. We had a small group of walkers, but we were able to raise over $5000.00. Pulmonary Fibrosis is not well-known, yet more people die from this than breast cancer and other well known diseases. We need to get the word out about Pulmonary Fibrosis. Help Bob and others breathe and live longer! I love using CustomInk to make t-shirts. It is an easy program to use. They are reasonably priced, professional and the t-shirts come on time as ordered. Also, thank you very much to CustomInk for the donation to The Coalition of Pulmonary Fibrosis. "