Press release: WWE Wrestlemania 28 Fan Mosaic
Fan Mosaics Tag Teams With WWE® Universe to Build WrestleMania XXVIII Photo Mosaic
Fans Can Join The Rock® and John Cena® in a Limited-Edition Print Made from User-Submitted Photos
Millions of WWE fans have dreamed of getting into the ring at WrestleMania XXVIII—the most highly anticipated main event ever in sports entertainment history. Now, thanks to Fan Mosaics, they can get inside the frame.
Fan Mosaics is creating a photo mosaic featuring WWE Superstars The Rock and John Cena to commemorate WrestleMania XXVIII, which takes place Sunday, April 1, 2012, at Sun Life Stadium in Miami. Each commemorative print will be composed entirely of photos submitted by WWE fans.
“We know how passionate WWE fans are, especially about major events like WrestleMania XXVIII,” says Brian Doskocil, Fan Mosaics’ Director of Sales & Marketing. “That’s why we’re so excited to be bringing diehard WWE fans closer than ever before to Superstars The Rock and John Cena with our WrestleMania Fan Mosaic. It allows fans to be part of the big event in a unique way, taking them beyond the role of spectator by participating in and owning a special, personalized piece of WWE memorabilia.”
Fans can upload their photo for inclusion in the officially licensed WrestleMania XXVIII Fan Mosaic at http://www.FanMosaics.com/WWE. The high-quality 24″x36″ photo mosaic prints are designed to be framed and displayed like artwork as a lasting tribute to this epic battle.
About Fan Mosaics
Northfield, Ohio-based Fan Mosaics, LLC, is the bridge that connects fans and stars. The company’s officially licensed celebrity photo mosaics—composed entirely of fan-submitted images—are a unique and lasting outlet for fans’ enthusiasm and loyalty. Entertainers in all industries choose Fan Mosaics to thank fans for their dedication, and charities partner with Fan Mosaics to raise funds for their worthwhile causes. Visit http://www.fanmosaics.com to view completed and current projects and to learn more about the Fan Mosaics creation process.