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Mark Peters : January 8th 2007 - 01:32 CET

Football League Skins for Electronic Devices


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SkinitNational Football League Skins for Electronic Devices : SkinIt, a provider of on-demand and custom physical personalization of personal electronic devices, announces today the availability of vinyl skins featuring officially licensed National Football League (NFL) logos. NFL fans can now personalize their personal electronic devices with vinyl skins reflecting their favorite NFL team. The skins are available for all 32 NFL teams, featuring the official colors and helmet logo for each team. Customers can choose a custom-cut skin to fit more than 500 personal electronic devices, including MP3 players, laptops, portable gaming devices and consoles, cell phones, digital cameras and other miscellaneous electronic devices.
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The skin itself is made from a professional-grade vinyl, which is printed via a proprietary process that ensures detailed and premium images. The skin is then coated with a glossy finish and custom cut, which creates a perfect fit for each device. Each SkinIt skin is easy to apply and has a protective element - providing devices with another layer of safety from scratches and other damage. The skin can be easily removed, allowing users to personalize their device as often as they choose without damaging the product.

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“We are really excited to offer our customers unique skins featuring officially licensed NFL logos,” says Paul Buss, Chief Executive Officer of SkinIt, Inc. “The NFL has fans across the globe, and the addition really completes our already strong collection of professional sports logos.” The NFL skins start at $14.95 and can be purchased throughout the company’s website. The skins are shipped direct to the consumer and usually arrive within ten business days.

About SkinIt
Skinit, Inc., with world headquarters in San Diego, California, is the global industry leader in business-to-customer and business-to-business personalization technology platforms, used for on-demand manufacturing and fulfillment in retail, Internet and promotional channels. Skinit offers the most advanced and robust manufacturing capability and largest product line of skins to personalize consumer electronic devices including cell phones, iPods, laptops, gaming consoles, desktop computers and monitors, specialized electronic devices and many others.





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