It's only been a couple of months since Riz, the genius behind the still stuck in my head Ping Me Baby! BBM theme song, started up his own t-shirt business displaying his love for the BBM barcode. Well he's at it again only this time with a new partner. BBMShirts.com and Jingu Apps, the developers behind the BBM profile pic generator Jingu Avatars, have joined forces to bring you a rather cool way to order your own BBM Shirts.
RIZ (Singer/Song writer of "Ping me Baby!") from BBMShirts and Theban (Former BBM Project Manager for RIM) from Jingu Apps struck a deal today to partner up their companies/products. This deal will include the sale of BBMShirts (Virtual products) with in the Jingu Avatar app. This means that, coming with a new update, users will be able to put ‘BBMShirt' shirts and sweatshirts on their Jingu Avatars. Users will also be able to then (from the app) link up and purchase a full size BBMShirt from BBMShirts.com. This sort of Partnership is great for both companies and big news for the BlackBerry community. This is only the first of many great things you could see from the guys at Jingu Apps and BBMShirts.com.
As a BlackBerry fangirl, I'm pretty excited over the news. So what do you guys think of this new BBM brotherhood? Will you be customizing your avatars and ordering their BBM shirt counterpart? Sound off in the comments below.Click here to check out BBMShirts.com
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