Imissyoumj.com Launches in Hopes of Becoming the Largest Photo Tribute to Celebrate "King of Pop" Michael Jackson

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Imissyoumj.com will have all proceeds benefit the nonprofit charity ROCKFORKIDS.ORG

We were looking for a way to have fans of Michael Jackson not only express their sentiment but to become part of a collective memorial

In response to the tragic death of Michael Jackson, ImissyouMJ.com launches as the largest photo memorial dedicated to the life and times of the King of Pop. The final memorial will be a photo of Michael Jackson's famous glove made up of 10,000 plus pictures of people who pay tribute to him on ImissyouMJ.com.
In order to pay tribute and join the memorial, visitors pay $25 to upload their photo to a 10X10 pixel block on the website (this price includes a poster of the final mosaic). ImissyouMJ.com has 10,000 spots, where 1 million pixels will be sold. Once all the pixels are purchased and all of the 10,000 photos are uploaded, the pictures will be reorganized to create a photo mosaic of Michael Jackson's famous sparking white glove. Proceeds from the site, along with merchandise commemorating this special event will benefit Rock for Kids, a non-profit organization that provides music education to deserving children and teens. Rock for Kids is infamous for their moving choir performance of "Man in the Mirror."

"We were looking for a way to have fans of Michael Jackson not only express their sentiment but to become part of a collective memorial," said co-founder Kristian Harloff. "With ImissyouMJ.com, this is a perfect outlet for fans because they are able to celebrate Michael Jackson's music talents by fostering those of tomorrow's King of Pop."

"Rock For Kids is delighted to be part of such a great project!" said Maria Mowbray, Executive Director, Rock For Kids

ImissyouMJ.com - A photo website dedicated to the "King of Pop", where people can not just pay tribute to Michael Jackson, but they can be part of the final memorial - a photo mosaic of his infamous white glove made up of all the photos uploaded to the site.

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