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2016 Rick Loux Memorial Broadkill Beach Backyard Cornhole Tournament” and “Fighting Rare Cancer!” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

In 2014, this group of family friends decided to have a friendly cornhole tournament during their vacation at Broadkill Beach. In a sudden turn of events the morning after the tournament, one of the friends participating had a brain aneurysm and he sadly passed away later in the week. The following year, these family friends took the same beach trip and named the tournament in his honor. They ordered custom shirts for the first annual Rick Loux Memorial Broadkill Beach Backyard Cornhole Tournament and the tradition has stuck ever since. All money collected from the tournament is donated to K9s for Warriors, the charity in which memorial contributions were sent to after Rick’s passing.

Year after year, Team Fatma rides at Cycle for Survival – the movement to beat rare cancers – in New York City. This group of friends and family ride in honor of Fatma Kamara, who lost her battle with ovarian clear cell carcinoma at the age of 37. For four years running, Team Fatma has turned to CustomInk to unite the riders in teal blue cycling shirts. The custom shirts are adorned with a “we are doing it!” motto.

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Preparing Mentally & Physically Before Tourney Begins” and “Play Like Winners – Look Like Winners” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

The women’s golf team at Sam Houston State University created custom t-shirts to be worn during their “travel day.” A stop on the beach in Corpus Christi, Texas, before heading to the golf course, was the perfect place for the team to bond and prepare for the long tournament days ahead. After stopping at the beach, the team went on to win first place in their tournament!

The varsity basketball teams at Achievement First Brooklyn High School love their new custom shooting shirts. Not only do they warm up before games in the shirts, but they show them off at school on game days as well. The shirts have certainly brought the teams together – they “feel more confident about their game” and have a stronger sense of belonging. They’re now off to the playoffs as the #1 seed!

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AUKC Dancing At A Philadelphia 76ers Game” and “Home Meet Shirts” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

Arcadia University’s dance club, Knight Club, took a group of their most passionate and enthusiastic dancers to the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, to dance during a Philadelphia 76ers basketball game. Together, the team got to do what they love and enjoy a home-team win in their stylish, custom t-shirts!

The club gymnasts at the University of Illinois call themselves the Flippin’ Illini. They hosted a home meet recently and made custom tanks and t-shirts to fit the Superhero theme. The home meet is the biggest fundraiser of the year, helping to fund the team and coaches. Over $200 were raised from shirt sales alone and the group nearly sold out of shirts!

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Forest Lake Drumline” and “Norah’s 11th birthday” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

When the Forest Lake Drumline’s costumes did not arrive in time for their first performance of the year, they excitingly turned to their new custom shirts. They designed the shirts to feature this year’s show theme on the front and all the participant’s names on the back. Costume or t-shirts, you all look sharp!

At Norah’s spa-themed 11th birthday sleepover, she handed out super soft, custom raglans as party favors. The girls loved the shirts and have worn them over and over. Even the moms wanted in on the order!

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Lyons Township High School” and “Darwin Bae for Darwin Day” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

One Spanish class at Lyons Township High School in La Grange, Illinois, recently participated in a service learning project titled The Pulsera Project. To kick off the project, the group ordered custom, colorful long sleeve t-shirts and posed in them during class.

To celebrate Darwin Day (and Charles’ 207th birthday), this AP Biology class at Dominican Academy in New York designed a unique t-shirt to wear during class. The school has been ordering custom Darwin Day t-shirts since 2008!

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