Oak Park, IL, USA (PRWEB) May 01, 2012
Over 82 million people text regularly and over 10 billion text messages are sent each day! The popularity of texting continues to grow and Textapedia expands its marketing across the country and into Canada. The Textapedia texting pocket guide is a perfect little gift for any occasion.
Textapedia texting pocket guide is a quick reference pocket guide has over 1,200 acronyms, Sports (MLB Baseball, NFL Football, NBA Basketball, NHL Hockey, MLS Soccer), Fantasy Players, business & banking, 10 languages to text I LOVE YOU (French, Spanish, Polish, Italian, German and Chinese to mention a few), Love & Fun, Spanish, Medical, Texting Etiquette, hundreds of Smileys and more. Top 50 most popular Texting Acronyms. Learn how to start a Twitter following section.
Retailers in the USA across the country have seen the success of Textapedia texting pocket guide sales. Textapedia will prove a must have for the customers who simply want to learn the lingo or Type Less and Say More!
Textapedia pocket guide translating texting shorthand (acronyms) made easy.
The Textapedia texting pocket guide comes in four new exiting colors Pink, Blue, Tie-Dye & Green.
Custom covers for wireless carriers such as at&t, T-Mobile, Cricket, US Cellular, colleges and businesses as well as fundraisers are available upon request. Special seasonal display theme cards are available for in store merchandising.
Young adults, parents and grandparents all want to learn the lingo.
For more information contact Textapedia Inc. at the following email address: info(at)textapedia(dot)com or sales(at)textapedia(dot)com
Call Textapedia Inc at 1-888-822-6898
To get a copy of the #1 selling texting pocket guide visit the website at (safe for young adults, no explicit content) http://www.textapedia.com
Retailers place your orders now, go to our B2B section for more information. Place orders by 3pm and we guarantee shipping same day. Call for the Canadian distributor near you.
Mail: Textapedia Inc., P.O.Box 3223, Oak Park, IL 60303
BJR – Bonjour/Hello, BSX/K11 – Bisous/Kiss/CTags: Oak Park Illinois, MLB baseball, texting shorthand, National Basketball Association, Oak Park, Text messaging