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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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The new year is upon us and it’s not too late to take advantage of New Year’s Resolutions! For many, a new year signifies a time for transformation. See the ways in which some of our customers have rocked new gear in the new year (did someone say athleisure?) in our Ink of the Week photo contest.

 

5TCrossFit’s 6AM Crew

Attendees of the 6:00 AM class at 5TCrossFit in Inwood, New York, walk in most days at 5:50 AM and crawl out about an hour later after a challenging, intense workout. Coach Byron keeps them coming back for more, though! The group recently ordered a mixture of custom performance t-shirts, ladies shirts, and tank tops – complete with nicknames – to keep them motivated during class.

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Dangerous Curves Fitness

Dangerous Curves Fitness set out on an eight week transformation fitness journey in hopes of supporting one another, sharing healthy recipes, and inspiring each other to work out their hardest. This women-only group wanted workout gear to show off their curves so they ordered custom tri-blend tanks to unify their group and show off their style.

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You Can Make It

Larry Myers is an inspiration to many. He has turned his fitness regimen around in recent years and shed over 700 pounds! He believes that whether you’re overweight or underweight, you have the sole power to change your life. He practices his belief by serving as an inspirational speaker, showing off his custom “You Can Make It” t-shirts, and sharing the shirts with others.

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VonCycle Crew

The VonCycle crew is a group of friends who cycle indoors twice a week, with upwards of 45 attendees. Vonz, their leader, recently ordered custom rally towels to give to his crew as Christmas gifts. The towels keep the group motivated into the new year and were such a hit, that more are already being reordered!

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ROAR Fitness

Fitness coach, Krystie, operates a small gym where she offers personal training and boot camps. She designed custom shirts and tank tops with her ROAR Fitness motto: Refuse to Quit, Overcome all Obstacles, Account for my Actions, and Reach all of my Goals. Her clients are now pushing themselves and cheering on their group members more than ever before!

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Baton Rouge Youth Coalition Step” and “Gr8est Gift Of All Is Family” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

The Baton Rouge Youth Coalition prepares high-achieving, under-resourced high school students to enter, excel in, and graduate from college so they can become full participants in society. They celebrated the students and the program’s achievements at their annual holiday party. Photographed is the program’s 2016-2017 Step Team, decked out in their new custom tees!

For 33 years, Robert and Susan ran a busy household in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey. It was there that they raised 8 children – 15 years apart from oldest to youngest – and where they welcomed new faces and grandchildren. This past September, Robert and Susan were left “empty-nesting” for the very first time. They began working regularly side-by-side making crafts and taking steps towards fulfilling Susan’s dream of owning her own craft business. The kids wanted to do something special for their parents this past Christmas, so they designed and ordered custom t-shirts as presents to embody their mom’s mission of making a dream a reality! Thus was born “Pallets & Paints by Sue,” a wooden craft company making custom crafts from re-purposed wooden pallets and fencing.

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Drama Club 2016” and “A Great Morning For Roofing!” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

The director of the Lincoln Drama Club ordered a mixture of short and long sleeve t-shirts for the club’s recent production of “Alex in Habitland.” The group took a break from the production to show off the recent purchase here. Break a leg, boys and girls!

On a chilly December morning, roofers from Recovery Home Improvement, Inc. set off from their shop in Nottingham, Maryland, ready to hit the cold air on the roof with their new custom hoodies and crewnecks. The custom apparel shows off the brand’s logo and keeps the roofers warm all winter long.

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Team SCRAP – Steamworks Edition 2017” and “New Sweatshirts!!!!” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

The students of SCRAP, Student Community of Robotics and Programming, designed their own t-shirts this year to be worn at competitions and around Weymouth High School. Team SCRAP is a vibrant community and a source of pride within the town of Weymouth, Massachusetts. The team participates in town events, school programs, and provides outreach to younger members of the academic body. The upcoming competition season starts soon, and we know you all are going to rock it!

 

Athletes on this Special Olympics basketball team were so excited to receive their brand new sweatshirts. The order was made possible thanks to a money donation from the Raymore-Peculiar School Foundation Fund. The athletes enjoy more than just basketball, and now have custom sweatshirts to show off their school pride in being part of the Special Olympics program.

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