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LEHS Beta Club” and “One for All. All for One.” win this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

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“This is at our most recent Beta Club meeting. Our goal is to show leadership by service in the community. We partake in volunteer events to help citizens, buildings, and even animals (at the shelter). We wanted shirts to wear that represented us during our work projects, and CustomInk has surely set a great impression. You guys really set a bar for other printwear companies. Best service and product any of us have seen from a printwear company! Great job!”

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“Pictured are our youth group boys from the Korean Church of Dallas. They were pumped and ready to play football in 40 degree weather. While spectators huddled in thick blankets on the sidelines, this team was out on the field for ten hours straight to learn what it meant to suffer and win as a team. These players were victorious in every way and walked away with cold hands but warm hearts. Thanks, CustomInk, for making us look good on the field and uniting us in our white&blue that day!”

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Karam Foundation’s Zeitouna: Creative Therapy for Displaced Syrian Children” & “Inter Ponce’s Distance Learning Team” win this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

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“Karam Foundation’s Lina Sergie Attar and Kinda Hibrawi and the Apt-ART artists pose in their Custom Ink t-shirts and sweatshirts in front of the giant mural created by the Apt-ART team and hundreds of Syrian refugees at the Salam School in Reyhanli, Turkey. December 2013.

Karam Foundation is proud to use Custom Ink for our creative therapy missions to serve Syrian children. The shirts are always awesome and the customer service is impeccable.”

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“This photo was taken during Inter American University Ponce Campus annual Open House. We are the Distance Learning team, composed of our administrative, enrollment, tech, faculty, creative and production, and curricular design teams. We work in different offices across campus but for this day we come all together to reach young people eager to change their academic future. Seen in the photo, part of our team celebrating reaching nearly 1,000 high school students and having a blast.”

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EOPS Peer Advisors” & “Team Bacon Grease” win this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

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“This is a group of student workers at Allan Hancock Community College who make a difference in first generation college students that are economically disadvantaged. This is a picture with a few of our Halloween decorations right outside our office. Our experience with Custom Ink has been great! every student and staff member that walks through our doors complements us on our shirts. So much so that you may have more orders from our college very soon.”

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“I put together a team for Tough Mudder consisting of my sister, cousins, my aunt, and best friends. Over the last few months the first timers lost hundreds of pounds in preparation for this event. It was long and grueling but every single one of us crossed the finish line together as a team. The youngest on the team is 23, oldest is 58. The team is already planning on running again next year and I’ll be taking a select few to the World’s Toughest Mudder(a 24 hr race) next year. Team work, camaraderie, friendship.”

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Park Street Pulverizers” & “What’s your Superpower?” win this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

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“For the past 2+ years we’ve used CustomInk to create t-shirts for our Quidditch team, the Park Street Pulverizers, at Emerson College. In this photo you can see our most recent order (the safety orange color), as well as t-shirts of years past, our old jerseys, and a crewneck we printed last winter (seen bottom left).

This photo was taken after our victory over another Emerson team on October 19th. It was our first time wearing the most recent printing of the t-shirts, and we broke them in with joy and sweat, the way they’re intended to be worn!”

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“I make custom dolls for sick children. What’s your SUPERPOWER? We are a group of nearly 200 volunteers who create custom handmade dolls and donate them to sick children fighting cancer and other illnesses. The kids we make dolls for are the TRUE superheroes but we think some of their superpowers rub off onto us when we make their dolls… they are amazingly brave and such an inspiration to us! Our volunteers are all over the world so it’s impossible for us to get a group photo so we decided to take superhero t-shirt selfies! Here are just a few of our talented doll makers. Thank you CustomInk for helping us spread our mission, we love our new shirts!”

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“LAVC Nursing Students” & “Camp Tee’s 2014″ win this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

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“This is a group of nursing students who purchased the CustomInk shirt. We are at school and are showing not only our school pride, but also the excitement we get wearing these shirts. Working with CustomInk was great. I probably spoke with at least three or four individuals over the phone, and each were pleasant and patient in the design development. I and the nursing students thank everyone who took part in developing these AWESOME shirts.”

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“Everyone’s favorite part of camp is always your custom t-shirts. They wear them all year long.”

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