LocknCharge Announces New Mobile Device Charging Solution

LocknCharge will be featuring the Joey 30 Cart™, its latest charging and storage cart for mobile devices, at the TCEA show
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LocknCharge will be featuring the Joey 30 Cart™, its latest charging and storage cart for mobile devices, at the TCEA show alongside a live Joey kangaroo. To celebrate the launch LocknCharge will be giving away a Joey 30 cart, worth over $999, at the show.

To enter, visitors should stop by booth #1935 and take a picture of themselves with the Joey 30 Cart, then tweet the photo to @LocknCharge using the hashtag #WinAJoey.

The Joey 30 Cart can charge, store and transport up to 30 of almost any mobile device, at an entry level price.

Customizable features include LocknCharge’s baskets, which keep devices safe during deployment and allow a few students to distribute an entire cart’s worth of devices quickly. 

For more information, visit www.lockncharge.com.

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