PHOTOS: Select “American Adventure” 50 State Phone Cases Now Available at D-Tech on Demand

PHOTOS: Select "American Adventure" 50 State Phone Cases Now Available at D-Tech on Demand
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As part of the American Adventure 50 State character collection we showed off earlier this week, there are now select state phone cases available through D-Tech on Demand at the Marketplace Co-Op in Disney Springs.

The states available include:

  • Florida
  • California
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • New Jersey
  • Illinois
  • North Carolina
  • New York
  • Ohio
  • Texas
  • Pennsylvania
  • Virginia
  • Georgia

More states should be available eventually. Strange enough, none of these pieces denote The American Adventure, despite clearly using the art from the collection.

I’m not sure that “Always Exciting” is how I would describe New Jersey… ;)

The phone cases cost $29.99 each minus any personalization options.

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Bob Chapek
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Bob Chapek

This will be a cool surprise u all because who don’t like state march. Now Back to destroying Epcot. LOL

PENNSYLVANIA IS BAE
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PENNSYLVANIA IS BAE

Yay!! My state is included!!

The New Jersey Devil's only fan
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The New Jersey Devil's only fan

The New Jersey one is really cool. I’m sure it will be a big seller once people from New Jersey figure out how to use smart phones.

The Armpit of America
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The Armpit of America

It is “Always Exciting” to avoid the toxic waste spills everywhere on the ground when you walk through New Jersey