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Winter months call for cold-weather gear, and luckily with recent additions of functional vests, cozy sweatshirts, and pom pom hats – to name a few – we’ve got every winter event covered. See the ways in which some of our customers stay warm in our Ink of the Week photo contest.

 

Jackson Hole Land Trust Staff

Members of the Jackson Hole Land Trust staff volunteered with the Salvation Army to ring the bell and raise money for a great cause. To keep them warm and toasty during the event, they sported their new Sportsman Pom Pom hats – complete with the company logo.

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One Family’s Christmas Tradition

The Arthur family celebrates Christmas ever year by starting with a family photo on Christmas Eve. Each family member has a gift to open, which typically contains a matching t-shirt for all. This year, they upgraded the gift to 1/4 zip performance pullovers and they were a hit!

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Hiemer and Company Holiday Party

During the Hiemer and Company Stained Glass Studio’s Christmas party, employees celebrated 85 years of the family business. Pictured are fourth and fifth generation family members, along with brand new fleece vests showcasing the company name and location. The group loves looking as good as their stained glass windows!

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Skating Hats

The Capital Ice Cadence team in North Dakota was thrilled to receive their new Sportsman Pom Pom hats. The hats keep the young boys and girls warm during “Skating in the Rain” practices and are loved by all. Just look at these cuties modeling the hats on some down time!

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Team Building

After a night of snowfall, the class from Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology HVAC/R program took to the outdoors to build an eight foot tall snowman. The group had recently ordered personalized dryblend hoodies, which served them well in their outdoor team building event. 

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It’s that time of year- ready your salt, shovels, and snow tires, because winter is coming for us all. Are you dreaming of trading in your unflattering parkas and frostbitten fingers for a beach chair and a bathing suit? Crank the heat, make yourself a fruity drink, and live vicariously through these sunny vacation Ink of the Week entries!

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New Susquehanna Youth Ballet Uniforms” and “We Flip For Pink” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

Some of the Susquehanna Youth Ballet’s oldest dancers took a break from class to model their new company quarter zips that they received from their artistic director. The dancers love to wear their cozy sweatshirts to rehearsals and will be wearing them when they compete at The Youth American Grand Prix Philadelphia Semifinals in March.

Three Central Virginia high school gymnastics teams recently came together to raise awareness for breast cancer during their Play for the Cure competition. All money raised from the bake sale, as well as a portion of funds from their t-shirt sales, is being donated to the Susan Komen Central Virginia Organization.

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We Will Finish The Fight!!” and “#Castkids Giving Back” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

Team “Teachers Makin’ Tracks” is a group of 38 educators from Loudoun County, Virginia. With the help of their custom team shirts, they are raising awareness and funds for the American Cancer Society. The majority of the group has been touched by cancer at some point in their life, which is why they are empowered to to participate in this May’s Relay for Life event.

The C.A.S.T. kids (CaringandServingTogether) serve all throughout the community of Canton, Ohio on a weekly basis by partnering with non-profits in the city. Most recently, they served at a ‘Love and Children Ministry’ Christmas dinner – complete with festive headbands and brand new custom long-sleeve t-shirts!

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M.O.B. – Maintaining Our Blessings” and “Thinking On Our Feet with CustomInk” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

M.O.B. (Maintaining Our Blessings) is a group of talented young rappers who perform throughout Mississippi. Recently, they performed at an awards show in which one of the members received an award for freshman of the year. When performing, the guys sport a mixture of custom t-shirts, long sleeve shirts, and hoodies to show off their group name.

West Towson Elementary School needed t-shirts for the National Dance Education Organization (NDEO) annual convention, so they turned to CustomInk to bring their “Thinking On Our Feet” design to life. The group participated in a performance at the convention and was the only elementary school to represent. They even snagged a picture with the world famous dance educator, Anne Green Gilbert.

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