Virtual Piggy Partners with Land of Apparel
Innovative youth payments company to be integrated into American alternative designer's website
HERMOSA BEACH, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Virtual Piggy, Inc. (OTCBB: VPIG) announced today that it has signed an agreement to integrate its safe youth payment option into Land of Apparel's e-commerce structure. Land of Apparel offers alternative designer clothing inspired by urban art and pop culture. All their products are proudly Made in the USA, and have been seen on celebrities such as Mike "The Situation," Pat Monahan, and Jane Lynch.
"Partnering with Virtual Piggy will introduce our clothing to a whole new audience," said DawsonVan Pelt, Owner of Land of Apparel. "Our brand started locally but keeps growing globally, and being able to accept safe youth payments while bringing in a new customer base is a great next step to take."
"Land of Apparel is the kind of clothing brand our customers will really gravitate to," said Dr. Jo Webber. "Their designs speak to what's going on culturally, and their Made in the USA guarantee will resonate strongly with our users."
About Virtual Piggy, Inc.
Virtual Piggy, Inc. is the first e-commerce solution that enables kids to manage and spend money within a parent-controlled environment. The technology company delivers online security platforms designed for the Under 21 age group in the global online market, and also enables online businesses the ability to function in a manner consistent with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act ("COPPA") and similar international children's privacy laws. Virtual Piggy enables the Under 21 audience to play, transact and socialize in a secure online environment guided by parental permission, oversight and control. The company is based in Hermosa Beach, CA and on the Web at: www.virtualpiggy.com
About Land of Apparel
Land Of Apparel is an alternative designer clothing movement inspired by urban art, pop culture and you.
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