Custom T-Shirts for va

ACE Adventure by ACE Adventurers - 7 days ago

Ace Adventure T-Shirt Photo

"*add on from previous upload--the Adventure Lovers photobomb"

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Adventure Lovers by ACE Adventurers - 7 days ago

Adventure Lovers T-Shirt Photo

"We are seven families that go on a camping adventure trip every July 4th, and a t-shirt is required for the event. CustomInk printed them last year (VCT Adventure) and they turned out great so we returned this year with our ACE Adventure shirts. On both trips we had people asking us where we got our shirts because they wanted to buy them. In this photo, taken en route to our destination, some of our kids posed around Virginia's LOVE signage, with of the dads photobombing while wearing a couple of CustomInk shirts that accidentally were included in our order (we got a kick out of the fact that they were for a lady's 40th birthday bash in vegas--customer service told us not to send them back so we made the best of it). i'll upload a group photo with just the ACE Adventure shirts, as well as a group photo from last year's VCT Adventure. We love CustomInk, which is why we keep coming back. the customer service is beyond excellent, the quality is great (everyone wears the shirts year-round), and the price is right. Thank you!"

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Excella Kicks! by Excella Kicks! - 8 days ago

Excella Kicks! T-Shirt Photo

"This is the Excella Kicks soccer team or Excella Consulting, based out of Arlington, VA. This picture was taken at Gunston Park in Arlington after our 4-1 victory in the pouring rain. It was our first game in our new, CustomInk shirts!"

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Team Rescue Tails' Inaugural Event by AWLA Team Rescue Tails - 9 days ago

Team Rescue Tails' Inaugural Event T-Shirt Photo

"On April 5, 2014, the Animal Welfare League of Arlington's Team Rescue Tails kicked off its inaugural year by volunteering at the Fairlington 5k in Arlington, Virginia. The four team members pictured here are Traci, Jami, Michele, Jose, and AWLA alum dog Pepper (who Jose and his fiancé adopted from AWLA). Team Rescue Tails' mission is to raise funds for AWLA through team members who race in any running, cycling, or triathlon event(s) of their choice. We worked with CustomInk over a very short time period to finalize our first official shirts and we were thrilled to receive them in time for our inaugural event. The customer support, ease of design services, turn-around time, and final t-shirts are exceptional! "

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Thurmont Church of the Brethren Youth Group by Thurmont COB Youth - 11 days ago

Thurmont Church Of The Brethren Youth Group T-Shirt Photo

"Our youth group will be traveling this summer to Colorado for the National Youth Conference and a Workcamp in Roanoke, VA. We wanted a shirt for people to know where we were from and that we can do all things through Christ who strengthens us!! Our youth is excited to wear the shirts and share in God's word."

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DTQ Big League District Champs by DTQ Big League - 13 days ago

Dtq Big League District Champs T-Shirt Photo

"This is a picture of our Big League All Star team after they won the District 9 Championship. This was our first order with custom ink. The shirts came out great. We got a lot of compliments on them."

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The First Ever Knight Family Reunion by Rosemary Knight - 13 days ago

The First Ever Knight Family Reunion T-Shirt Photo

"The First Ever Knight Family Reunion, for the descendants of James and Elizabeth Ashley Knight of Louth, Lincolnshire, England, was held July 4, 2014, in Richmond, VA. Two sons of James and Elizabeth moved to Cuba in the late 1890's, where they married two sisters. William came first, and was a mechanical engineer for a railroad company building the first trans-island railroad. His brother, George, came later. William and his wife, Georgina, had two sons, William and Charles. Our photo collage shows the family members who attended divided into these three "branches" of the family: "The Bill and Lucia Branch", "The Charlie and Gwen Branch", and "The George and Lina Branch". The back of our t-shirt is shown on my brother-in-law, Jim, as he looked at the family tree. The front design with crossed swords shows what, where and when: Family Reunion, RVA, 2014. I couldn't have had a better experience with CustomInk designing the reunion t-shirt. The site was user friendly and I liked that I could change the design as many times as I wanted until I was happy with the final design. I used both my own photo and graphics from CustomInk's site. Everyone I dealt with was extremely helpful and knowledgeable. The t-shirts arrived on time, packaged well, were of a good quality, and the design perfect. I highly recommend CustomInk."

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Woody Family heads to Walt Disney World by Woody Family - 15 days ago

Woody Family Heads To Walt Disney World T-Shirt Photo

"Just after dinner on July 4th Grammy and Grandpa announced that we were taking our family to Walt Disney World on June 21, 2015 for a week long family vacation. Needless to say the grandkids went "nuts". We were at a farmhouse built in 1860 on the Jackson River in Bath County, VA for an extended 4th of July weekend. We created our own fireworks and the shirts made it that much more special!!"

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NUZUM Reunion - Colonial Williamsburg by Pam - 15 days ago

Nuzum Reunion   Colonial Williamsburg T-Shirt Photo

"This was a reunion of all of my cousins, our Mom's and our families. We had not gotten together as a group for a reunion for 20+ years. Most drove from Ohio to attend 4th of July weekend events in Williamsburg VA. This picture was taken outside a tavern where we had dinner. Afterward we went to the fireworks. CustomInk was wonderful to work with and everyone loved our t-shirts - great quality and fit - and we really stood out in the crowd:)"

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Floatopia 2014 by USSRUMHAM - 16 days ago

Floatopia 2014 T-Shirt Photo

"Photo was taken in Virginia Beach on July 4th, 2014 before Floatopia where everyone grabs inner tubes and creates an inflatable party island in the bay."

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