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#Hashtagnars take Ragnar Zion!” and “Winner’s Blood Unite!” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

As many Ragnar team captains may tell you, coordinating team shirts isn’t always the easiest thing to do. So, when this team wanted custom shirts for an upcoming Ragnar trail race in Zion, Utah, the captain turned to the CustomInk Group Order Form to easily coordinate sizes and payments for everyone participating. End result: The team looked awesome in their coordinating purple shirts. Congrats on the race!

This group of friends looks forward to attending the Washington Crossing Brew Festival each year. Along with attending the festival for five consecutive years, they’ve also developed the nickname of ‘Winner’s Blood’ and made custom t-shirts to commemorate their attendance and group name. CustomInk helped them stand out in the crowd and made it easy for one to spot another with a vibrant design. They were a big hit, and the group is already thinking of their design for next year!

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Cool 21’s Buddy Walk (DSOSN)” and “Coolidge School’s STEM Club for Girls” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

The Cool 21’s, a teen and young adult program in the Down Syndrome Organization of Southern Nevada, walked in memory of their friend Natalie at a recent Team Buddy Walk. To commemorate Natalie, and to walk as a united team, the group ordered custom t-shirts from CustomInk. Everyone wore the shirts with pride and even took a break from the walk to snap this group picture!

Coolidge School’s STEM Club for Girls was established this year by the school’s Technology Integration Specialist. With the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math fields being predominantly dominated by men today, the goal of this club is to let 4th and 5th-grade girls gain experience in these areas in a fun and inspiring environment. Wearing their custom club shirts, the girls partake in creating lava lamps and squishy circuits, coding, etc. They even learned the science behind fabric design and created their own t-shirts!

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Kappa Psi Red Nose Day Fundraiser” and “Autism Friendly Spaces Zumbathon” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

The Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity at Jesuit University in Denver, Colorado, donated over $100 to combat childhood poverty during their Red Nose Day fundraising event. Not only did they raise awareness for the cause with red noses, but they had branded custom t-shirts complete with bright red ink as well. Collectively, the entire school of pharmacy contributed right around $500 to the cause.

Zumba instructors from Vibez Studio in Bayside, Queens, recently donated their time and talent for an annual Zumbathon charity event. This year, funds were donated to Autism Friendly Spaces (AFS), a non-profit corporation who unlocks minds and transforms spaces for people with autism. The AFS logo looked great on both the women’s racerback tanks and the men’s cotton tanks, and helped create awareness for the event.

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Rocky Hill Wildcats – MD State Archery Champs” and “Rollin’ With CustomInk” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

The coach of the Rocky Hill Middle School Archery Team has been ordering team shirts from CustomInk for three years running. This spring, his team took home a win at the Maryland State NASP Tournament! The kids proudly accepted their trophy in their personalized Hanes X-Temp polos, complete with their first names on the front and a hand-drawn wildcat image (the team’s mascot) on the back.

The Peninsula Roller Girls from Redwood City, California, love to rep their Next Level Tri-Blend Racerback Tanks and T-shirts. Currently, they’re preparing for an upcoming trip to Colorado for a roller derby tournament. We know you ladies will represent in style. Keep rollin’ and lookin’ good! Visit their website at peninsularollergirls.org.

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Team Tripod” and “2017 AP English, Carl Sandburg High School” are the winners of this week’s Ink of the Week contest!

Dog Tired, a doggie daycare in Anchorage, Alaska, helps dogs with disabilities stay pawsitive about life. This month, the daycare inducted Zoe to other tripod dogs – all of who have no problem being part of the action in the classroom. The staff has been rocking CustomInk apparel since 2012 and most recently ordered “Team Tripod” long sleeve hooded t-shirts to show support for their lovable, tripod furry friends.

This AP Language and Composition class was given an essay writing competition in which students were able to select one cause of their choice and advocate for it. The students competed by having a peer judging contest for the best-written argument. Subsequently, custom t-shirts were designed to match the cause, which in this case was Paws for a Cause, and they all participated in a bake sale to raise money for the local pet shelter.

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