MailPix Adds Premium Layflat Photo Books & More Print Locations

MailPix Adds Premium Layflat Photo Books & More Print Locations

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What’s Happening July 2019 MailPix-Layflat-Photo-Books

Huntington Beach, CA—MailPix announced premium layflat photo books are now available for every gift-giving opportunity as well as preserving vacation memories. Mailpix is a photo printing, canvas and photo gifting website.

“These new photo books have to be seen to be appreciated,” said Fred H. Lerner, founder and CEO, MailPix. “Layflat photo books are the fastest-growing segment of the do-it-yourself book market. These books also set the bar high for quality and value. Each book has a personalized velvet-soft, deep-matte cover and full-spread page printed on real photographic paper with a luster-silk finish.”

Layflat Photo Books

MailPix now offers four different styles of photo books: premium ultra layflat; layflat; hardcover; and softcover. Moreover, the books are available in a range of sizes from 4×6 up to 11×14 inches. The company also offers web-based photo book creation software.

1 Hour Photo App Enhancements layflat photo books MailPIx-1-Hour-Photo-Screen

In addition, the company’s 1 Hour Photo photo printing app for iOS and Android now connects to 20,000 retail locations. They include CVS, Walmart, Target, Walgreens and Duane Reade.

Consumers can print 4×6-, 5×7- and 8×10-inch prints; photo panels; photo magnets; and also 4×8 greeting cards for pickup within an hour.

“MailPix is at the forefront of mobile photo printing with this easy to use app,” added Lerner. “Parents appreciate the ease-of-use and convenience of 1 Hour Photo. No credit card is needed; just pay when you pick up in the store.”

MailPix.com

MailPix.com is a website that enables printing photos in one hour at more than 20,000 retailers from phone apps or PCs. It also offers mail-to-home services. Moreover, the company preserves photo memories as photo books, canvas prints, photo prints, cards, enlargements and other photo gift products. The service is integrated to print photos from any phone, device or computer.

Fred H. Lerner is the founder and CEO of MailPix, which is his latest start-up. Lerner previously founded Ritz Interactive, which included RitzCamera.com as well as WolfCamera.com. He is also the founder of two imaging companies that Kodak acquired; he became the CEO of Kodak Processing Labs.
Peter Tahmin, cofounder and COO of MailPix, was the former vice president at Ritz Camera & Image. He was also cofounder, senior vice president and COO of the Ritz Interactive e-commerce network. Tahmin brings more than 25 years of e-commerce experience as well as imaging industry experience to MailPix.

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