Custom T-Shirts for take steps

Our Sea of Blue by Team Taylor - 4 months ago

Our Sea Of Blue T-Shirt Photo

"In July of this year, my 10 year old niece was diagnosed with Crohn's disease. When we found out there was going to be a "Take Steps" walk for the cure in our area, all our friends and family rallied to take part and support Taylor on her lifelong journey and of hoping someday there will be a cure for her and everyone else who suffers from digestive diseases. No one was more excited about this walk and event than Taylor herself. She has been incredible strong and positive beyond belief, especially for someone so young, and I wanted to design a custom shirt for her (and all her fans) to express this spirit and positivity. Her personal hero is Bethany Hamilton, so I got inspiration from this to create Team Taylor's surf inspired design in her favorite colors. Custom Ink was great! The process of ordering was incredibly easy and I loved how I knew exactly what I was going to get... the shirts came out exactly as I intended. The quality was great and everyone LOVED their shirts! We were the largest organized group at the event, so our sea of blue really caught everyone's eye... which is the point, so we can raise awareness! Thanks SO much Custom Ink for making Taylor's team stand out."

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Team STABLM8 by Joslyn Noonan - over 2 years ago

Team Stablm8  T-Shirt Photo

"This pictures shows a few members of Team STABLM8 who participated in the Reston, Virginia Take Steps for Crohn's & Colitis Walk on October 16, 2011. Take Steps is CCFA's national evening walk and celebration and the nation's largest event dedicated to finding cures for digestive diseases, which affects over 1.4 million American adults and children. What makes this event so special is that we (14 team members in total) walked in memory of Melissa Bealafeld Espinoza, wife, daughter, sister, and close friend, who was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis at the age of 8. For 28 years, Melissa lived with the everyday physical and mental pain and anxiety associated with the disease. She managed the disease with a variety of drugs and was hospitalized with serious flare-ups on numerous occasions. In October 2009, a routine colonoscopy discovered that Melissa had precancerous lesions on her colon. At the same time, a mass was discovered in her liver that was later diagnosed as cholangiocarcinoma (cancer of the bile ducts). Melissa was courageous during her 11 month fight and never gave up hope for a cure. Unfortunately, she lost her battle with the disease on September 29, 2010 - her 36th birthday. These fabulous t-shirts were created and worn to honor her memory and to celebrate her life. We all miss her so much!"

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