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Location-centric startup Foursquare has announced the opening of its new store, a shop that will allow its fans to grab the Foursquare badges they unlock on their travels and affix them to their bags, laptops in the form of stickers or buttons.
Many Foursquare users had requested the T-Shirts that the team would be wearing in official photos, these have been added to the store, providing a small revenue stream for the Foursquare as it aims to bring location services to the masses.
The buttons and stickers are vibrant and colourful. Even if people didn’t know what the badges signified, I’m sure people would ask where the person got them.
Some users have complained about the high shipping charges (one user suggests his $20 cost $30 to ship) but it shouldn’t stop many people from getting their official swag.
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