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Published 22/10/07

PhotoWorks Offers Free Film Processing

PhotoWorks is offering free processing and scanning to anyone who sends in their rolls of film as part of their “Forgotten Film” promotion.

You need to to download a special mailin form, and there is a limit of one form per customer, and five rolls per form. PhotoWorks caters to all types of photographers whether they use digital or film and we know that many of our customers still use film and love the way it looks, said Andy Wood, President and CEO of PhotoWorks. The promotion runs through November 22, 2007.

PHOTOWORKS ANNOUNCES MONTHLONG FORGOTTEN FILM PROMOTION

PhotoWorks to Offer Members FREE Processing and Scanning For All Those Forgotten Rolls of Film

Everyone has them. Hidden in sock drawers, sitting in the glove compartment, buried in the pocket of an old suitcase...forgotten rolls of film PhotoWorks, Inc. OTCBB PHTW, an Internetbased personal publishing company and photography community, today announced the kickoff of its Forgotten Film promotion, inviting shutterbugs to remember their forgotten rolls by offering free processing and scanning to anyone who sends in their rolls of film in the next month.

Starting today, casual and diehard photographers alike can visit http//www.ForgottenFilm.PhotoWorks.com to download a special mailin form Limit one form per customer. Five rolls per form. Quantities are limited. The promotion runs through November 22, 2007.


PhotoWorks caters to all types of photographers whether they use digital or film and we know that many of our customers still use film and love the way it looks, said Andy Wood, President and CEO of PhotoWorks. In addition to catering to the needs of todays digital photographer, we are actively embracing our heritage by going back to the future to reinvigorate the Seattle Film Works brand name. Even people whove made the switch to digital still may have undeveloped rolls of film lying around the house or office. And now more than ever, PhotoWorks is able to deliver the best solutions for both the digital and film photographer.

PhotoWorks allows members to capture their memories using the type of medium they prefer, whether it be digital, disposable cameras, professionalgrade film or slides. PhotoWorks also offers an array of highquality photo products, including hardcover photo books, as well as photo gifts such as jewelry boxes, playing cards, frames, clothing, and more.

Forgotten Film Day is a nod to PhotoWorks heritage as Seattle Film Works, a leading directtoconsumer marketer and provider of highquality amateur photofinishing services and products since 1978. Seattle Film Works became PhotoWorks in 2000.


1st Published 22 October 2007 14:21
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