Junk Food, a vintage t-shirt company, is offering a fun way to meld fashion with technology by offering a line of '??Scan to Give'? tech tees, in partnership with the NFL that will benefit United Way. These '??Scan To Give'?? T-shirts are stylishly embedded with PromoJam'??s proprietary social media QR code technology to give back in a novel way to United Way, a non-profit organization that aims to help individuals and families achieve their human potential through education, income stability and healthy lives.
With a quick scan of the graphic from any smartphone (iPhone, Android and Blackberry 6 & 7), customers will have the opportunity to donate $5 to the United Way Foundation and make a difference right from their mobile phones. The fully interactive shirts also link to Facebook, so consumers can have their friends join in their cause campaign. T-shirts are available exclusively at Kitson for$45, with 100% of the profits benefiting United Way.
Shirts can be purchased at www.shopkitson.com.
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