Sculptures Debut at The NFL Experience

Imaging company iAM Enterprises has announced the debut of its one-of-a-kind Super Bowl XLV Collectible Sculptures at The NFL Experience, pro football’s interactive theme park, in North Texas at the Dallas Convention Center Feb. 2-6.

The iAM 3D NFL Experience will provide fans attending Super Bowl XLV the opportunity to participate in NFL and 3D imaging history.

Of late, iAM Enterprises, LLC had announced the debut of the iAM NFL Players Collection at The NFL Experience. Created under license from the NFL, NFL PLAYERS, and EA SPORTS, these Limited Edition Collectibles are created from the 3D images captured by EA SPORTS for the Madden Video Game Series at the Pro Bowl and NFL PLAYERS Rookie Premiere.

Available in both hand painted and bronze, each sculpture has been crafted and finished by iAM’s craftsmen and reflects the more than 200 years of combined experience that iAM brings to this collection. (Read: Super Bowl to Showcase NFL Players’ Sculptures)

It is claimed to be the first 3D imaging company to officially launch a product line giving individuals the access and ability to create a one-of-a-kind, self-representation of his or her physical likeness in 3D at an affordable price.

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Not only can you get photographed in 3D, but you can also become an officially licensed NFL collectible, the company says.

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There are two distinct Super Bowl XLV Collectible Sculptures to choose from: “The 12th Player” and the “Warrior.”

Fans can add their name to the front of the sculpture and become “The 12th Player” for $150. They can choose their team, number and the name they would like on their collectible and become the “Warrior” of their favorite NFL team for $135.

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