Custom T-Shirts for va

The Jungle Fun Room! by Jana Farrell - over 2 years ago

The Jungle Fun Room! T-Shirt Photo

"The cast, crew and Playwright on the set of "The Jungle Fun Room" at Matoaca HS in Chesterfield, VA. We love our show shirts! Thanks, CustomInk!"

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'Spelling Bee' Cast & Crew • VTA Competition by Colonial Forge HS Drama - over 2 years ago

'Spelling Bee' Cast & Crew • Vta Competition T-Shirt Photo

"All spell breaks loose! Every fall, Forge Drama students compete in the Virginia Theatre Association high school theatre festival in Reston, VA. This year we performed part one of "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" to a full house & a standing ovation! We put on at least 5 different shows a year, designing a different shirt for every show, and have always been thrilled with the products and service we receive with CustomInk!"

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Tebowing at Hooters in Highlander Uniforms by Bachelor McLeod - over 2 years ago

Tebowing At Hooters In Highlander Uniforms T-Shirt Photo

"I made shirts for my buddy's bachelor party. It was Halloween weekend in Baltimore. This is a shot of us "tebowing" at the Hooters in Fredericksburg, VA on the way journey back home to Richmond, VA. Orange and black seemed appropriate given Halloween and Baltimore Orioles colors, and the "safety orange" helped us find each other, even in dark places! Working with CustomInk was great - I'm sure there are some cheaper places out there, but you get what you pay for. These are great shirts at good prices, and everyone was friendly, helpful in touching up my original design and shipping it on time. Couldn't be happier."

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Team Teal Toes Runs Like A Girl by TealToes - over 2 years ago

Team Teal Toes Runs Like A Girl T-Shirt Photo

"A group of us ran/walked the Run Like a Girl 5/10K in Virginia Beach on 10/23/11. RLAG supports the HERA Foundation for Ovarian Cancer. Teal Toes seeks to raise awareness of Ovarian Cancer by encouraging folks to paint their toenails teal-- the color of ovarian cancer awareness. Some of us had shirts already and the others decided they had to have them to. We made a rush order through Custom Ink and got them in plenty of time!!"

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Ken's Army at the Walk to Defeat ALS by Mara - over 2 years ago

Ken's Army At The Walk To Defeat Als T-Shirt Photo

"Well the weather did not cooperate on Saturday in Richmond, VA for the Walk to Defeat ALS. It was cold and raining, but our CustomInk shirts had us styling and smiling! Our team was formed to honor my father's memory and his fight with ALS and the hope that a cure can be found in our lifetime. Working with CustomInk was awesome as I never thought I could get custom shirts for our event in such a short time frame and at such a great price. We are already planning for next year!"

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TM Team Aperture by Trevor - over 2 years ago

Tm Team Aperture T-Shirt Photo

"6 of us went and conquered the Tough Mudder at Wintergreen Resort, VA. It was a brutal, miserable experience we all cherish in our masochistic dreams. The shirts were our rally points and a way of identifying if a team mate was missing or unconscious."

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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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Cutting loose after a hard work session by H-E-A-R-T'S Retreat - over 2 years ago

Cutting Loose After A Hard Work Session T-Shirt Photo

"H-E-A-R-T's 1st Victim To Victim Retreat held in Kilmarnock, VA. Helping victims of sexual assault to deal with their trauma and to find the path to healing. Customink was fabulous to work with. Each staffer was patient, helpful and very easy to talk to. Our order was last minute and you guys made it happen!"

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Tough Mudder Va '11 by Team Excellence '11 - almost 3 years ago

Tough Mudder Va '11 T-Shirt Photo

"This is the after photo of the Tough Mudder Va '11 event. The event was held in Wintergreen, VA. It donates to the Wounded Warrior Project. Myself and a few fellows in this photo are in the Marine Corps. The day we ran this event was also significant to Marine Corps, because in October 23, 1983 in Beirut, Lebanon the Marine Barracks was bombed. My t-shirts paid tribute to that. I was highly impressed with CustomInk, the outcome of the t-shirts was astonishing. Running the ToughMudder we had so many good comments about it. CustomInk did an awesome job."

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We Triumphed Over the Epicenter by Michelle @ the epicenter - almost 3 years ago

We Triumphed Over The Epicenter T-Shirt Photo

"My rural, little school district (Louisa County, VA) became famous when it was epicenter of the earthquake that occurred on August 23, 2011. Two of our six schools are now unusable and we were already in session. I created shirts to help remind us that we TRIUMPHED over that earthquake, and as a fundraiser for the many poeple who had severe damage to their homes. A bus driver for our school system purchased shirts for 4 of her passengers after sponsoring an essay contest about how the earthquake changed their lives and here are three of the winners with the bus driver, the superintendent of our schools, and the designer of the shirts (this pic was in our local paper). "

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