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New Joseph Kony 2012 action figure to promote donations
Doll maker ThatsMyFace announced it has created the first Joseph Kony 2012 action figure. Part of the proceeds of the sales of Kony's action figure will go be donated to the Invisible Children non-profit.
ThatsMyFace, based in Portland, announced it has started selling the Joseph Kony 2012 action figure.
Officials with ThatsMyFace stated the doll was created to promote donations to the Invisible Children non-profit organization which is currently raising money for their cause. Invisible Children began an internet video campaign called Kony 2012, the purpose being to promote the charity's 'Stop Kony' movement to make indicted Ugandan war criminal Joseph Kony internationally known in order to arrest him in 2012.
The action figure alone costs $99 and is a fully-articulated 12-inch figure: http://www.thatsmyface.com/
Customers can upgrade to variety of optional outfits. Part of the proceeds of the sales of Kony's action figure will be donated to the Invisible Children.
For more information, check out the ThatsMyFace.com website where customers can also purchase realistic custom-made action figures of themselves from just a single photo. Free previews are available.
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