Building Relationships: Custom Ink
Our Pear up campaign is closing in on its final days and we are half way from our goal. We want to thank everyone who has supported the cause and shared, liked, and participated in the campaign.
It is a simple and easy campaign that allows supporters to follow a few easy task that will lead to our sponsor donating for each completed task. So far we have raised $100 with our efforts in 5 days. With 5 days to go we believe we can reach our goal of $200. All we need is your help and support to make this happen. Click the link below if you want to be a supporter of this campaign or get in contact with us if you want to donate directly to the cause (School Supplies and Monetary donations are welcomed) or have other fundraising Ideas we can help with.
Our goal is to work with the community and build from the ground up. Even a small effort can turn into a big success with the help of everyone. This Book Bag drive is a start of something beautiful so bear with us as we attempt to do positive things in the Tucson community and grow a business at the same time. Nothing happens overnight but we will work diligently to show our honest effort. #GetBuckets
Some more information about our Sponsor CustomInk
The CustomInk story began in 1999 when three former college classmates got the bug to start a business about a year after graduating. Co-founder and CEO Marc Katz was hard at work in a Wall Street job that he says "didn't have a lot of heart" and was itching to do something entrepreneurial and meaningful.
Meanwhile, Marc's former roommate Mike Driscoll (acting on his mom's suggestion!) had spent the previous summer building the very first version of CustomInk.com, which let people upload graphics onto t-shirts and buy them... at least in theory. Mike was headed back to grad school, had a handful of customers, and talked with Marc about taking over the web site and making a real business of it. The idea of helping people create something online and then receive it as a physical product they could touch and wear fit the bill for Marc. He contacted another former classmate (this one a computer whiz) Dave Christensen and together they set about launching the company.
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