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UMW Theatre needs ASSISTANCE” and “Kimi’s Rack Pack and Support Squad” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

The University of Mary Washington’s theatre group recently put on a production titled Assistance. To commemorate the opening night, several students joined together in front of the theatre to show off their newest batch of production t-shirts. This was the fifth production in which the group ordered custom t-shirts!

 

What better way to kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month than supporting a fearless cancer battler in custom pink shirts! Friends and family gathered at the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Houston last week to walk with Kim. The “Rack Pack” shirts were such a hit that the group is already thinking about next year’s order!

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Cross Roads Time To Ride Event” and “We Are Not Crooks…..We Are DRUMMERS!!” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

Cross Road Stables recently hosted a huge event for Time to Ride, an event which introduced people to horses. The barn decided to open its doors to the public to come and watch horse-riding demos and participate in horseback riding – all for free! To make the business stand out, the barn turned to CustomInk for shirts to wear at the event.

 

Every year, the State College Area High School Drumline orders custom drumline shirts from CustomInk. To switch up the design this year, the students chose Richard Nixon’s famous peace pose to adorn their shirts. Because of this, they decided to take a patriotic-themed photo. The drumline is welcoming to everyone, regardless of skill or disability. Together, they make up an amazing group that everyone loves to hear on Friday nights.

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You may have heard about our sixth annual Be Good to Each Other Campaign, but did you know our customers support anti-bullying efforts all year long? Check out some of the ways our customers take a stand against bullying in our Ink of the Week photo contest.

 

anti_bullying_1Anti-Bullying Club

Nathan Hale High School’s Anti-Bullying Club believes zero-tolerance for bullying is not only a lesson to be taught, but a fundamental attribute of schools. When they needed shirts to wear while traveling and presenting to middle and elementary schools on creating and preserving a bully-free culture, they turned to our friendly staff for help. The shirts were a great conversation starter – students who weren’t in the club before asked about the shirts and many have since joined the club!

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anti_bullying_2#ChooseKindness (a Winner!)

This customer’s daughter organized an anti-bullying workshop, titled Choose Kindness, to focus on the dangers of cyber bullying. The event, which was held at a church in the community, attracted the attention of a local police office who came to talk about the state laws in regards to bullying and harassment. Participants of the workshop all received “Choose Kindness” t-shirts.

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anti_bullying_3United Against Bullying

Teachers at Nightingale Charter School celebrated Unity Day last year by wearing “Bully Free Zone” t-shirts and speaking to their students about the importance of uniting against bullying. They have ordered shirts for Unity Day for the past two years, and most recently ordered class sweatshirts for a larger group.

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Jim Cameron Memorial Walk” and “Out Of Style? Not A Chance. Rocking Fanny Packs Walking For A Cause” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

On Saturday, September 17th, the team of Patmos and Pecks, “Two ‘P’s’ in a Pod,” participated in the 5th Annual Jim Cameron Memorial Walk to raise money for Lake Christian Ministries in Moneta, Virginia. The 5K walk was held at the beautiful Smith Mountain Lake State Park. Props to the team – they raised over $3,000 and ended up being the second highest fundraising team. Not to mention, everyone loved the shirts!

 

Think fanny packs are out of style? Think again! Members of Team Flying Monkey recently rocked their custom fanny packs at a walk to raise funds and awareness for ovarian cancer in Massachusetts. “Fanny packs are back and everyone was loving them.”

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Mexican MudSlide” and “Pier 45 2016-2017” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

This group of friends gathered in Chicago to run the Muckfest Mud Run in support of Multiple Sclerosis. Their custom “Mexican MudSlide” t-shirts held up the whole run, as seen in this muddy shot post-race. Awesome shot, guys!

 

Students in 4th and 5th grades at McFadden School of Excellence in Murfreesboro, Tennessee show unity each year by wearing their Pier 45 t-shirts on field trips, school functions, and various events. Kids, teachers, and parents loved showing off their newest shirts during the first field trip of the year to Land Between the Lakes.

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