New Fan Mosaics Web Site Unites Fans, Stars, Charities for Projects of a Lifetime

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Inclusive Photo Mosaics Let Fans Share the Spotlight with Their Heroes

Bret Michaels with his Fan Mosaic

Fan Mosaics, LLC, announces the launch of its new Web site, Fanmosaics.com, where entertainment magic is made. The site is the gateway to Fan Mosaics projects, which use hundreds or thousands of fan-submitted photos to re-create a single image of their favorite celebrities, bands, or sports teams.

“A Fan Mosaic is a lasting link between the fans and their heroes,” says Rob Hixenbaugh, Fan Mosaics’ director of fan & brand development. “It’s also a way for stars to build on their fans’ energy and give them a sense of inclusion they’ve never felt before.

“The entire Fan Mosaics process is about creating tangible memories and bringing fans and stars together in a way that benefits them both.”

Fans pay a one-time participation fee to participate in a project, which covers the uploading of an image or images plus one limited-edition print of the Fan Mosaic. The stars’ organizations pay nothing for their involvement and even receive a portion of the proceeds and/or a licensing fee from the project.

Charitable organizations may participate in the creation of Fan Mosaics as well by partnering with the stars. In this case, the charities receive the portion of the proceeds while the stars gain positive publicity.

“We love helping charities benefit from these creative, unique fund-raisers that naturally lend themselves to promotion,” Hixenbaugh says. “They’re a fabulous way to encourage people to donate to a worthy cause.”

For more information about Fan Mosaics, including how to participate in a project, visit http://www.fanmosaics.com or send an e-mail to info(at)fanmosaics(dot)com.

Fan Mosaics, LLC, is a Northfield, Ohio-based company that creates promotional products for the entertainment industry. The Fan Mosaics team has crafted numerous photo mosaics over the years, the most famous of which is the September 11 memorial flag mosaic that was displayed in the White House and featured in national media including the “Today” show. Visit http://www.fanmosaics.com to view this and other Fan Mosaics artwork.

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