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Custom iProduct Cases For Fishing Fanatics

Wildlife Forever has teamed up with Zazzle, the worlds foremost print on demand marketplace, to put all the winning art from the State-Fish Art Contest on custom cases for Apple’s iPhone and iPads.

Any fishing fanatic can show off their signature style with these sleek and customizable cases for their iPhone 4, iPhone 3 and iPad. Combining luxury with ultimate protection, these fitted hard plastic cases are covered with an easy-to-grip fabric that is richly printed with winning fish art. Pleasing to the touch, this lightweight and durable custom case allows optimal access to all sensors, ports, and controls, while offering superior comfort in-hand.

All the winning artwork from the 2010 competition can be found on custom cases for all three iProducts. In addition, exceptional works of fish art from previous years have also been included. Species include largemouth bass, walleye, salmon, many types of trout and any fish designated as a state fish. Even the state fish of
Hawaii . . . the Humuhumunukunukuapuaa.

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Each Winning Work of Art is Available on All Three iProduct Cases

Sales from all of these iProduct custom cases will help fund children’s outdoor education and the fight against aquatic invasive species.

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Nearly 125 Different Works of Fish Art Are Available

Wildlife Forever has set up a special online store through Zazzle to offer all these State-Fish Art iProduct cases plus more traditional products such as caps, mugs, tee shirts even State-Fish Art business cards. Visit the Wildlife Forever Fundraising Store to see all the exclusive options.

Deemed some of the most beautiful, selected products are included in Best of State-Fish Art on Zazzle.

Wildlife Forever’s State-Fish Art Contest is open to all children in Grades 4 – 12. For more information on the State-Fish Art Contest and to see all the 2010 winners, visit www.StateFishArt.com.

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