Eastman Kodak Company
Survey Finds Eight in Ten Americans Took Pictures This Holiday Season, and Kodak Can Help Set Those Memories Free
Kodak Helps Consumers Escape the 'Back-to-Routine' Blues by Offering Tips for Sharing Holiday Pictures
ROCHESTER, N.Y, January 6 -- Eight out of every ten Americans snapped pictures this holiday season, and three in four believe that sharing them with family and friends helps recall the festive times, a survey conducted on behalf of Eastman Kodak Company reveals.
January is traditionally the busiest time for photo processing and printing. According to survey respondents, this year 65 percent intend to get their photos processed within three weeks of their holiday celebrations.
"Picture-taking is embedded in the holiday tradition for many Americans," said Martin M. Coyne II, Group Executive of Photography, and an Executive Vice President of Eastman Kodak Company. With a majority of people planning to process their pictures within the first few weeks of January, Kodak offers quick and easy ways to share and preserve their holiday memories throughout the year.
Whether it's with film or digital pictures, consumers can escape the blues by sharing their memories with family and friends while ensuring that their pictures don't languish in a camera, computer or shoebox. Kodak offers several simple and enjoyable ways to share those holiday pictures including e-mailing photos to family and friends, creating online albums and photo calendars, and employing a variety of printing options at home, retail stores and online.
For more information on how to bring these ideas to life, please visit www.kodak.com.
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