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PRESS RELEASE: Unibind Announces Photobook Creator - First Low-Cost Do-It-Yourself Bound Photo Albums
Create Your Own Hard-Cover Photo Album Keepsakes in Only 3 Seconds!
January 23, 2006, Alpharetta, GA -- Unibind
, the leading binding, laminating, and presentation system company, announced today that it will introduce PhotoBook Creator, the first low-cost do-it-yourself complete photo binding system for consumers, at next month's Photo Marketing Association (PMA) show held in Orlando, Florida. Priced at only $99.99, PhotoBook Creator makes it easy to create instant hard-cover 8 ˝" x 11" personalized photo albums in only 3 seconds.
Perfect for weddings, birthdays, graduations, vacations, baby showers, gifts, party mementos, and scrapbooking the PhotoBook Creator lets anyone design professionally bound photo books and journals in 3 easy steps:
Lay-out Software Included
Place your 8 ˝" x 11" photos or documents into the PhotoBook hardcover album.
Place the album in the binding system with its spine facing down.
An indicator light will turn from red to green in seconds…and your done!
PhotoBook Creator includes easy-to-use Windows software to quickly layout your photos with designs and text for personalized photo albums. Unlike photo albums bought online, which often produce unreliable results, customers can perfect the look of their creations and make as many albums as they'd like with the same professional Unibind results over and over again. For a minimal cost, albums can be made for friends and family for gifts that will be cherished for years to come.
Unibind's PhotoBook Creator binding system features sturdy steel spines that create a perfect bound PhotoBook that will last. PhotoBook albums of up to 220 pages and are available in a variety of stylish colors and finishes, including black, light grey, navy, pearl white, bordo (wine), camel, ebony and true leather albums will be available in a beautiful redwood, burgundy, and black. Albums are available with a window (to view the first photo underneath) or without a window, and can be customized with foil stamping.
"The Photobook Creator is a perfect fit for everyone, from the professional photographer to the weekend scrap booker. The quality of the finished book is as good as or better than any professional product on the market, but at a price that is affordable for all. We believe that people are looking for a cost effective and elegant way to display and share their digital photos. The Unibind Photobook creator offers that solution," Rusty Redecker, Marketing Director, Unibind.
Unibind PhotoBook Creator will be available March 2006 in the retail channel priced at $99.99. PhotoBook Creator includes the binding machine, 2 hardcover PhotoBooks, and software to layout pages. Additional covers will also be available. For more information, see Unibinds website at: www.unibind.com .
Unibind manufactures binding, laminating and presentation products for a variety of industries and institutions including financial, real estate, photography, government, educational, copy and print shops and large corporations. With over 25 years of research and development, Unibind specializes in the design, manufacture and distribution of products for presentations and the protection of printed documents. Unibind has a presence in over 100 countries and is known for their revolutionary easy-to-use super-fast binding, laminating and presentations systems that create the most professional looking finished documents on the market in just seconds.
Unibinds products are sold through drugstores, super stores, office, grocery, electronics and photo specialty stores, art supply, direct consumers, kiosks, online suppliers, office equipment and supply distributors as well as through professional photographers. See www.unibind.com for more info.