SACRAMENTO, Calif.—The Ink Kitchen wraps up its Lucky 13 Bash in Sacramento, California. Organizers held a charity event at Motion Textile, a nearby full-service contract apparel printer, on April 13 to raise funds for the Sacramento Food Bank.
Taking place following THE NBM SHOW in Sacramento, Ink Kitchen founders Rick Roth and Tom Davenport (also the owner of Motion Textile) helped generate more than $12,000 in donations toward the organization.
The Sacramento Food Bank display at the event
“None of this could have happened without the sponsorship and support of many companies from the decorated apparel industry,” state the organizers, citing a variety of sponsors such as apparel companies, industry publications, equipment manufacturers, and food and beverage distributors as integral to the success of the event.
Musical entertainment the BellRays
Through the course of the evening that featured catering, music, and refreshments, the Ink Kitchen compiled donations in the form of cash, food, and custom-printed T-shirts from participating sponsors.
Ink Kitchen founders Tom Davenport and Rick Roth
Davenport and Roth organize various community-oriented and charity events throughout the year in multiple cities across the country. In the fall of 2017, the duo helped organize an event in Louisiana to benefit the New Orleans Musicians Assistance Foundation.
For more information, visit www.theinkkitchen.com.