New iPhone and Blackberry cases let you show off your Pride

ATLANTA -- Case-mate, creators of accessories that protect, adorn and enhance mobile technology, has created five new “Barely There” cases offering a variety of designs in support of Gay Pride Month.

The new cases are available for the iPhone 3G/3GS, iPod Touch 2G, Blackberry Bold 9700 and the Blackberry 8520 -- with 25 percent from every sale going to CHRIS Kids.

“At case-mate our mantra is ‘Freedom To Be Truly You,’” said Shashi Reddy, founder and CEO of case-mate. “We believe in self-expression whether it be through fashion, religion, politics or gender and this philosophy carries through everything we do including our creative process and our product designs. We are proud to offer a line-up of cases in support of Gay Pride Month.”

The case-mate Gay Pride cases include the following designs:

• Bear Pride Flag
• Interlocking Female & Male Symbols
• Rainbow Equality Sign
• Rainbow Flag
• Inverted Triangle (Pink and Black)

With each product purchase, 25 percent of the profits will go to CHRIS Kids, a non-profit organization that provides leadership for the community in the areas of child welfare, mental health, prevention of youth homelessness and excellence in non-profit management.

Pricing and Availability: The new line of cases are available now online for $34.99 each.

About case-mate

Established in 2006, case-mate combines design engineering with cutting-edge materials to protect, adorn and enhance mobile technology. A melting pot of entrepreneurs and innovators from around the world, case-mate believes that there is nothing more important than the freedom of self-expression. This core principle carries through their products, packaging and partnerships and brings to life case-mate’s vision in a dynamic technology marketplace.

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