By Jill Rosen
The Baltimore Sun
10:15 AM EDT, September 5, 2012
Wouldn't it be cool to pose for a picture with the Ravens' Ray Lewis on the 50-yard line of M&T Bank Stadium with Ray Lewis?
How about on the boardwalk of Ocean City or at a table at the Prime Rib over steaks or, hey, why not the privacy of your own privy? With a brand new smart phone app, it looks like you can be with Mr. Lewis pretty much anywhere.
MoZeus Worldwide has a deal with the gridiron star to create an app where fans will be able to take (or perhaps the word is "make") pictures with Lewis and download them.
The app will raise money for one of Lewis' favorite charities, the United Athletes Foundation. It will cost 99 cents and be available on the iTunes store, the Android Marketplace and www.MoZeus.com.
When the app is available later this fall, it will work on Android and iOS platforms, its makers say.
They'll usher it in with a promotion where a fan will win a real photo with the real Ray after a Ravens home game.
“I’m excited about this cutting-edge technology which will allow my fans to interact with me in a whole new way – while raising money for charity,” Lewis said in a release. “Fans will be able to share photos via social media and then one lucky person will get to meet me after a Ravens home game later this season.”
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