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IconLogin Locks Up Jimmy The Bull Deal

Branded lockscreen apps publisher creates contest to win gifts featuring Jimmy The Bull.

IconLogin, publisher of the patent-protected picture password lockscreen apps, has launched an international contest featuring their newest cell phone guard dog, Jimmy The Bull, from artist Raphael Mantesso. 

Fans and users who protect their devices with keypads featuring 12 Jimmy The Bull images can now win prizes from Jimmy the Bull stationery licensee The Lang Companies.  The prizes consist of a set of boxed notecards, a boxed calendar and a creative planner.

Since its first release in 2015, Jimmy the Bull has captured the world’s attention. Images were broadcast across global media and Jimmy the Bull’s Instagram feed was followed by his first book entitled “A Dog Named Jimmy” featuring a collection of the tongue-in-cheek imagery.

Most recently, IconLogin began offering two new keypads featuring Jimmy The Bull images that combine photography and free hand illustrations.

“Jimmy the Bull growls his way onto your Android device; pretty cool, no?” says Schehrezade Davidson, chief executive officer, IconLogin. “We are excited about these new Keypads within the BrandedLogin Lock Screen App”

The IconLogin and Jimmy The Bull license was created by The Brand Liaison as an agent for Jimmy the Bull and FanGirl Consulting & Brand Management as an agent for IconLogin. 

Expanding upon the success of Jimmy the Bull’s book of art and imagery, Jimmy the Bull licensing includes giftables, calendars, stationery, ceramics, hydration and more. The contest prizes are the newest extension to this license.

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