December 2, 2008, Alpharetta, GA - Peleman Industries, Inc. www.unibind.com, manufacturer of the award-winning Unibind high-quality binding, lamination and presentation product line, announced today
the Unibind "MyPhotoBook Starter Kit," which lets photo labs, photo stores, retailers, and drug stores, quickly and easily create photo books for their customers with almost no investment in time or money. Priced at only $69.99, the MyPhotobook Starter Kit immediately gets photo retailers up and running to earn additional revenue by offering professional photo book creation, without requiring any expensive equipment, glue, or wires to bind photo albums.
The MyPhotoBook Starter Kit's simple photo book creation process is achieved using a stapler, self-adhesive end-sheets and Assembly Guides, which show where to staple for the different photo book sizes available, including 5"x7", 4"x6", 6"x8", and 8"x10". Assembly is so easy that photo books can be created by any member of your store's staff, regardless of their level of photo experience.
Photo books created by the MyPhotoBook Starter Kit are professional looking, firm, durable and protect all your customer's photos. The books can be bound using any kind of photo paper, including silver halide, dye-sublimation, ink-jet, and laser printed, and can be single or double-sided, with books fitting up to 40 pages of photo paper.
Unibind MyPhotobook Starter Kit Includes:
- Stapler and staples – high capacity desk stapler staples up to 60 sheets at a time.
- Assembly Guides - line up pages and show where to staple.
- Training Video – step-by-step guide to photo book creation.
- Laminated Quick Reference Guide – to post in your store for easy reference.
Current Unibind customers using the Unibind MyPhotobook Starter Kit, include CVS, Wal-Mart, Jewel-Osco, HEB, King Soopers, and Fred Meyer stores. The MyPhotobook Storage Kit is available immediately for photo retailers and labs, priced at only at $69.99. MyPhotoBooks photo albums are also available through Unibind, available in black or white in multiple sizes with or without a window. For more information, see: www.unibind.com.
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