We OWNED 40 miles in CustomInk tees!

We Owned 40 Miles In Custom Ink Tees! T-Shirt Photo
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"Team Perkylators (three Keurig employees) did the Avon 2-Day Walk in Boston. 2 days, 40 miles, and no blisters! (Well, at least, no blisters for me - wish I could say the same for my teammates!) From a 4am wakeup on Saturday morning, camping out Saturday night, beautiful weather both days, regularly scheduled advil doses, amazing people along the way cheering us on (including some of you!), to a new appreciation for frozen peppermint patties, freeze pops and graham crackers with PB&J, it was an incredible experience. I'm not saying it was easy, but it was such an amazing experience, that we signed up for another one next year! We ordered team tee shirts for the Avon 2-Day Walk in Boston, but we ordered them a wk prior to the event, on a friday afternoon (bad planning on our part, we know!). I first worked on the shirts while IMing a representative, then I called to place the order and talked with a real person to get them rush delivered. They arrived on the Thursday before the event as promised, no problems! AND CustomInk even donated to the charity! I have nothing but excellent things to say about this company!" - Team Perkylators (May 22, 2012)

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comment by Guest - May 23, 2012 - back to the top

Thank you for all the participants, especially to my niece, Cynthia for undertaking this grueling walk to bring awareness to breast cancer. This disease is life altering and life taking, for so many women! The impact on the family is devastating and physical ramifications for the "feminine" identity, painful. I am a breast cancer survivor. Because of early detection and careful monitoring, I did not die and leave my young children orphans. At my diagnoses, I cried out to God, asking Him to let me live, in order to raise my children to adulthood, and here I am, enjoying 6 grandchildren!!!! This is not the success story for so many that will die this year, leaving behind love ones. My prayers go out to them, and to those, like you, who sacrificed in training and endless walking for this very important cause. Thank you, again.

comment by Guest - May 24, 2012 - back to the top

Dears Cynthia, Stephanie and Jennifer: 5 Stars to you all for taking on this challenge on behalf of the women facing the challenge of Cancer. We all shine brightly in the light of your collective light and effort. Susanah Fayyaz