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Science Olympiad Rocks!” and “Salute” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

The Science Olympiad team at John Adams High School in Indiana trains six days a week to compete in 23 different events at each invitational competition. During last week’s first competition of the season, the team placed 6th and took home their first trophy in the team’s history, all while showing off their new custom tees from CustomInk!

 

Through Arizona’s Veterans Sportsman Alliance, a group of army heroes were able to enjoy a hunting trip during some time away at a ranch. The adventure fell during the week of the Marine Corps birthday and Veterans Day, so they celebrated with custom long sleeve t-shirts and a ceremony with friends and family.

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Kindness Matters” and “Bangor Area High School Color Guard” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

Kindness matters at Erma B. Reese Elementary in Lodi, California. To help the school with a fundraiser for field trips, the Special Education staff members designed these “Kindness Matters” t-shirts. All staff members love wearing their new shirts and the school feels the message is more important now than ever!

 

These high schoolers in a small town of Bangor, PA, make up the color guard for their high school band. At the start of the season, they ordered custom t-shirts that read, “I’m not telling you it’s going to be easy…I’m telling you it’s going to be worth it!” They have kept that motto with them all season and have come out on top in many competitions!

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#teamjackie Rocking Ragnar Trail Los Coyotes” and “Go AWAY…I’m Reading” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

Last weekend, this group ran in the Ragnar Trail Los Coyotes race and were able to surprise one of the teammates with #teamjackie t-shirts. Jackie was diagnosed with breast cancer last month and with the support of her friends and family, has been fighting (and running) hard. The shirts have since blossomed and the team has now created a Booster campaign to help raise funds for Jackie’s expenses.

 

Students in the Eaglecrest Book Club LOVE to read – so much so that they ordered custom club t-shirts to express their admiration for the hobby. According to the group, they’d choose a good book over looking at funny cat videos any day of the week!

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Milwaukee LSU Lady Tigers” and “Rack Pack” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

During the football team championships at Menomonee Falls Highschool, the cheer squad – along with their three awesome coaches – showed off their Lady Tigers t-shirts. Cheering alongside the players all season allowed the girls to stand out in their custom apparel!

 

When this customer’s mother in law was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer, she – along with family and friends – decided to sign up for the “Give Cancer the Boot” walk in Texas. After all, Team Denise all fights together. Turning to CustomInk to outfit the team, the group vibrantly stood out the day of the walk in their custom “Save the Racks” raglans.

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Turkey trots, turkey dinners, turkey bowls, oh my! Whether you have an active or a more laid-back Thanksgiving approaching, we can all find something to be thankful for. See the ways in which some of our customers celebrate the holiday in our Ink of the Week photo contest.

 

Family Turkey Trot

The Coomes, Watts, and Wright families hosted their own Thanksgiving Turkey Trot down the George Washington Parkway in Alexandria, Virginia. Due to travel and schedules, the families were unable to sign up for an official race. That didn’t stop their motivation, though! The run was made complete with custom long sleeve t-shirts.

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Kahili Turkey Bowl

Pictured is the Kahili family’s 15th annual Thanksgiving flag football game. Whether rain, shine, or mud, this family comes together every Thanksgiving holiday to play a friendly game of football in the backyard. Last year, the “kids” team easily defeated the parents team. Good luck to both teams this year!

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5th Annual Fake Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving in October? Why not?! This family has a tough time getting everyone together on the actual Thanksgiving holiday, so they choose to celebrate in October. Better weather, cheaper airfares, and being able to quickly run to the grocery store for forgotten ingredients are just a few reasons why this family is a proponent of an early celebration.

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Crowder Family Thanksgiving

For five years running, the Crowder family has celebrated Thanksgiving with custom “Crowder Bowl”  t-shirts. The family grows larger and larger each year, but they always remain united in their custom apparel. During the holiday, the family enjoys football, games, and endless laughs.

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Final Thanksgiving in Family Home

Sonja and Bob, the matriarch and patriarch of the Riggs family, sold their family home last year before moving and retiring to North Carolina. To celebrate years of memories, everyone flew in for a final Thanksgiving in the home they grew up in. To commemorate the event, the family celebrated in custom family t-shirts.

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Post-meal Workout

After their Thanksgiving meal, this family decided to go for a run/walk within Georgia’s Milk and Honey Farm. This made dessert extra worth it! Everyone staying on the farm for the holiday loved the artwork and quality of the shirts. 

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