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Fight Lights - A New Sports Fan iPhone Application That Does More Than Just Support Your Team

Fight Lights brings new meaning to the phrase "avid sports fan." You've heard of the Steelers' "Terrible Towel," or baseball's boom sticks, and you have seen the avid sports fans with their bodies painted in their team colors in support of their team. Well, Dramatic Applications brings you the latest way to show your favorite team your support. "Fight Lights" is an iPhone application that allows you to:

enter your favorite teams' names; select their uniform colors from a color picker provided; then flash your teams' colors with special effects.

Picture your stadium or your school's stands filled with fans flashing the colors of your team. There are even special effect options on how you want your colors to shine. Try flash, wave or swirl and even change the speed at which the colors alternate for a fun way to show your team pride. There is also a timer that allows users to start their "Fight Lights" at the same time or at a specified time during the game. This is not just for pro sports and college sports; Fight Lights can be used in any sporting event at any school or league regardless of the players' ages.

Each month a percentage of sales will be donated to a different charitable organization. This is a way for everyone who downloads Fight Lights to give back. "Sports fans are enthusiastic and passionate about their teams. It is with the strength of their support that we believe that we will be able to make a difference in so many organizations that can use some help during these tough economic times," explains Dramatic Applications co-founder Margo Sadow.

The first charitable organization to receive a percentage of sales will be the Combat Soldier's Recovery Fund. This wonderful organization gives 100% of the donations it receives to severely wounded soldiers and their immediate families. "My husband is a retired, injured Marine," says co-founder Sarah Picot, "and we have many friends who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan. We want to show our support for them as a way to launch Fight Lights this month. Fighting to help those in need as we cheer on our teams will be wonderful for everyone."

Any organization that would like to be considered should contact Sarah at: 703-875-0525 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Fight for your team and fight for a cause when you download Fight Lights.

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fight-lights/id342741739

http://www.dramaticapps.com

http://www.youtube.com/user/fightlights

This release was issued through eReleases(TM). For more information, visit http://www.ereleases.com.

SOURCE Dramatic Applications

Last modified onSaturday, 20 August 2011 00:00

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