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iPhone Lovers Vs Cancer -Steve Jobs Dedicated T-Shirt Helps Fight Cancer

Johnson, noticed that his luck started changing when he got a call from a company called “The CashFlow” They saw something in him that said he was worthy of a grant (free money) in the amount of $10,000 and 2 months of mentoring to help launch his clothing line. “I was floored, when I got the call from Ryan Stoner of 100Urban Entrepreneurs and The Cashflow! I felt like this was proof that its better to be prepared for an opportunity that never presents itself, rather than have an opportunity present itself and NOT be prepared.”

Javaboi Industries is a new brand on the scene built from the ground up, grassroots style. The company launched in February of 2011, and produces fashionable products with the bulk of their inventory consisting of amazing T-Shirts aka “Javashirts” branded with the Javaboi logo, and ambassador within the design. “We have been compared to Johnny Cupcakes, & Hello Kitty which I find extremely flattering, but our mission is to make a name for ourselves.” -Says Eric Johnson Founder. He also mentioned that the love for coffee is not a prerequisite to be a “Javaboi Boy, or a Javaboi Girl” (fan of the brand) . “Although it goes without saying that our brand designs based on a loveable character coffee mug, we have several fans who don’t drink coffee but still love our brand.”
With that said, we definitely recommend checking out Javaboi Industries, as they are pay homage ,and remember an American thought leader through a fashionable cause. Should you decide to contribute with a WWJD Steve Jobs dedicated t-shirt purchase, you will be helping the fight against cancer as we will donate $1.00 to http://www.standup2cancer.org/ .So ultimately it’s win, win.

“We brew smiles here!”-Javaboi Industries Inc.

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