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Custom T-Shirts for type 1 diabetes
Team Izzie by Britt Bennett - 11 days ago
"Our daughter was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes 2 months ago, just a few weeks before her 4th birthday. We created a team for the local JDRF's "Walk to Cure Diabetes" held on April 5th in Tampa, FL. Ordering shirts through custom ink, from designing them on the website, to reordering more sizes in time for the big day, was easy and I will absolutely recommend custom ink, as well as use them again in the future!! "
Diabetes Walk by Jenny's Crew - about 1 month ago
"Diabetes Walk Feb 23 2014 --Wesley Chapel, Fl. My husband and I put together a teamfor the walk I have had type 1 diabetes for 30 years and finding a cure means alot to me . Our team one a trophy for best team theme . Thank you Custom Ink , our shirts were awesome. You will get more orders from us !!!! Humana Vitality even used my picture to promote walking for events !!!"
Diabetes Princesses Walk for a Cure! by Carolina & Annie - about 1 month ago
"Annie & Carolina were both diagnosed at age 3 with Type 1 Diabetes. This year, they joined into one team to raise money for JDRF's Walk to Cure diabetes. Using these awesome new t-shirts, they raised nearly $3,000! They are Warrior Princesses - fighting for a cure!"
Jacob's Juggernauts, Walking to Find a Cure for Type 1 Diabetes! by Jen Smitj - about 1 month ago
"On 2/22/14, we gathered at the Mall of America with 30 of our closest friends and family at the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes. My 8 year old son, Jacob was diagnosed at age 6 and we will walk every year until a cure is found. And we will proudly wear our CustomInk shirts! "
two old buddies by Jeannie - 5 months ago
"My daughter Sydney was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when she was 3 years old. Yearly, we participate in JDRF Walk for the Cure. We form a team of Sydney's friends and family and fundraise for research for a cure for type 1 diabetes. This year, we are "Sydney's Fight Club." The walk took place on November 16, 2013 at UNLV. This photo shows her brother and a buddy he hasn't seen in a long while, walking to show support for Sydney."
Rock the Walk by Barbarita Brothers Brigade - 5 months ago
"On November 9th, in San Diego, CA, our team Rocked the Walk for the 2013 JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes. Both boys have Type 1 Diabetes. Daniel was diagnosed at age four and Luke at age nine months. Our family has been walking to raise money for diabetes research every year since then. This year we used CustomInk to design and print our shirts and were thrilled when our design won the t-shirt contest. We had so much fun designing our shirt and with the help of CustomInk, our design exceeded our expectations. We had a great experience with CustomInk and will use them again to win next year's t-shirt contest!"
Go Team Glucose & Spice! Kickin' Diabetes' butt! by Glucose & Spice - 6 months ago
"JDRF Walk to Cure Type 1 Diabetes! November 2nd, 2013 Tempe, AZ Because we want to create a world without Type 1 Diabetes. I have been diabetic for 10 years and my friends and coworkers joined me in the walk to not only support me, but all Type 1 Diabetes out there, future and present! I will continue to purchase t-shirts and recommend people to Custom Ink! The t-shirt quality is fantastic. The customer service is top notch. Custom Ink even donated on my behalf to JDRF Walk to Cure Type 1 Diabetes because they ask the reason you are making t-shirts in the order process! They went above and beyond my expectations. Can't wait till next year for new shirts! Thank you so much Custom Ink! "
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Walk 2013, Team Corin Thunderfist by Team Corin Thunderfist - 6 months ago
"We were at the Los Angeles Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Walk on October 28, 2013 for our son Corin Thunderfist. He was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2012 and his family gathered to show support and raise money for a cure. His shirt was loved by all who saw it as it was perfect with a big fist on the back to show Corin's bravery with is diagnosis. "