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PRESS RELEASE: Ofoto, an Eastman Kodak Company, Announces New Volume Discounts; Ofoto Makes It Easier Than Ever to Share Film-Quality Kodak Prints of Digital Photos With Friends and Family
EMERYVILLE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 11, 2003--Ofoto, Inc. (www.ofoto.com), the leading online photo service, today announced new volume pricing discounts on its award-winning Kodak prints. These new discounts make it even easier for Ofoto customers and their family and friends to buy film-quality 4" x 6" and 5" x 7" prints of their favorite digital photos. Volume pricing applies to orders of 51 or more prints.
Ofoto's everyday pricing begins at $0.49 for a 4" x 6" print. With new volume discounts, customers can now purchase 4" x 6" prints in higher quantities for as low as $0.43 per print. Ofoto's 5" x 7" prints begin at $0.99, with volume discounts as low as $0.85 per print. Ofoto is the only online photo service that prints photos on Kodak DuraLife paper.
"As a Kodak company, Ofoto is committed to delivering the very highest quality prints from our customers' digital photos. Now, with our new volume discounts on 4" x 6" and 5" x 7" print orders, they can get our unbeatable quality at even lower prices," said Mark Blecher, president of Ofoto, Inc.
About Ofoto, Inc.
Ofoto, Inc. (www.ofoto.com), a wholly owned subsidiary of Eastman Kodak Company, is the leader in online photography with more than 6 million members. The Ofoto.com site provides consumers with a secure and easy way to store and share their pictures with friends and family and get film-quality Kodak prints of their images. Named "Best Photo Service" by Time magazine, and winner of a CNET Editors' Choice Award, Ofoto harnesses the convergence of imaging and information technology -- known as infoimaging -- to give consumers more ways than ever before to share their lives through pictures. The site provides free
editing and creative tools, albums, picture frames, photo cards, and other merchandise. Ofoto prints for partners such as Amazon.com, Getty, Apple, and Sony's ImageStation. Ofoto, Inc. was founded in July 1999 and is based in Emeryville, California.
(First posted on Tuesday, March 11, 2003 at 21:33 EST)