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Virtual Piggy signs deal with three fashion apparel brands
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Virtual Piggy Inc. announced that it has signed an agreement to integrate its safe youth payment option into three major fashion apparel brands: Dom Rebel, City of Mary and the Prince Peter Collection.

The Virtual Piggy payment option will be available in the online stores for two of Les Atelier Montreal’s brands: Dom Rebel Threads and City of Mary. The Dom Rebel brand offers detailed, hand drawn, rock inspired t-shirts, and is sold at retail stores in over 20 countries. City of Mary is an upcoming creative collective, offering clothing inspired by architecture, and life itself.

The Prince Peter Collection offers unisex t-shirts inspired by classic rock photography. The brand has been worn and supported by many celebrities, including Rihanna, Katy Perry, Lil Wayne and Selena Gomez. With Virtual Piggy integrated into their online store, teen consumers will soon be able to safely purchase these shirts online.

“These fashion brands are a great offering to our teen customers as we expand our footprint in the apparel category,” said EVP of Sales Tom Keefer. “Giving them the ability to safely purchase items online from Dom Rebel, City of Mary and Prince Peter means access to the cutting edge fashion they want.“

Virtual Piggy, Inc. is the first e-commerce solution that enables kids to manage and spend money within a parent-controlled environment.

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