It's hard to believe that it has been two years since we lost the legendary Steve Jobs. He was one of the most recognizable visionaries of our time. Steve set the bar high and lead the brilliant minds from a company of beautifully innovative technology, Apple. It goes without saying that his influence on the way we live our lives and interact with technology will never be the same because of his constant drive for something truly new and different. Two years may have passed, but his legacy lives on in the products we tech geeks use every day. The scene of the electronic world has been forever changed by the company he built.
When Steve Jobs passed away two years ago, many were inspired to honor him by endeavoring to help others who suffer from cancer, as he did in the later years of his life. Our good friends at GeeksRiot.com, led by @Rmalayeri, created an iconic t-shirt design with his image, with all proceeds donated to Movember in benefit of men's cancer awareness and research. Another company willing to help the cause was ThrowBoy, who exclusively created "iCeo", with a portion of the proceeds going to the American Cancer Society. Here at iCarbons, we also felt moved to do something in Steve's memory. In October 2011, we designed a special Steve Jobs skin, with 100% of profits donated to pancreatic cancer research.
Here we are in 2013, and while these items are no longer available to purchase, we are pleased to announce our companies have teamed up to give away a prize pack including all three items. The winner will receive the amazing Geeksriot Steve Jobs Tshirt (only 50 ever made), the Throwboy sold-out iCeo (only 1200 ever made), and the iCarbons Steve Jobs skin (only 100 ever made) for the iPhone of their choice. Scroll down and take a look at all the ways to enter to win!
Why hold this giveaway? While two years may have passed, the cause lives on. Join with us to help raise awareness by sharing this giveaway with as many people as possible. Even a small donation to your favorite cancer research charity can help. If you need somewhere to start, take a look at the links below and see how you can help:
Because of Ezra: BecauseOfEzra.org
American Cancer Society: Cancer.org