The King of Pop is Back! Officially Licensed Michael Jackson Bobblehead Now Available

Jun 10, 2010, 10:20 ET from

JERICHO, N.Y., June 10 /PRNewswire/ -- NetInfo2U, Inc. a digital marketing company has been named the sole distributor and marketing agency for the newly released and Officially Licensed Michael Jackson Bobblehead for both North America and the United Kingdom.  The MJ bobbleheads come with a certificate of authenticity and are available at

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Michael Jackson, an iconic entertainer, has been made into a Limited Edition 7.5" resin bobblehead that has been hand sculpted and painted with intricate detailing including sparkle jacket and glove. The outfit used is the same one he performed in during his legendary performance during Motown's March 25, 1983 television spectacular where he introduced the Moon Walk while performing Billy Jean.

As the one year anniversary of his passing approaches, this is the first in a series of limited edition collectible bobbleheads that are being created to celebrate his life, fame and all that he's given, truly a must have for any Michael Jackson fan.  This handcrafted collectible piece of Michael Jackson memorabilia memorializes his life and is a constant reminder of how he touched and impacted our lives. For Michael Jackson will always be the King of Pop and his songs and music will forever remain a tune in our hearts.

"Initial demand for the Officially Licensed Michael Jackson bobblehead has exceeded our expectations as we shipped more than 5,000 bobbles within the first week," says Michael Hazen, VP at NetInfo2U.  

Additionally, was created after several friends kept taking candid pictures of their Michael Jackson Bobblehead dolls and sending them to each other saying....Guess Where MJ Is?

Bobbleheads have been around since the 1950's. In the 60's Major League Baseball got into the act by giving away the cherubic face characters made of paper-mache at various ball games. It was another two decades before bobbleheads returned to prominence, entertainers, sports figures and even animals were turned into bobbleheads and were made of either PVC (plastic) or Resin (clay) which highlights the best detailing. Today the value of these figures will actually soar as limited editions are made and supply doesn't always keep up with demand, hence the market for collectible bobbleheads has evolved.

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