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Best Buy, Shutterfly Team On Photo Promo

Redwood City, Calif. – Online personal photo sharing, publishing
and storage resource Shutterfly said Monday it has entered a strategic
partnership with Best Buy to offer Shutterfly services to customers.

Best Buy will kick off the partnership today by offering
customers a free 8-inch by 8-inch photo book from Shutterfly when they purchase
from Best Buy’s selection of qualifying digital cameras and camcorders.

“We know our customers are seeking ways to enjoy, share and
preserve their photos,” said Jeffery Housenbold, Shutterfly president and CEO.
“Everyone who has ever had the experience of making, giving or receiving a
Shutterfly photo book is amazed and delighted at the power of the stories told
by their favorite images gathered in one place. Our partnership with Best Buy
gives us the opportunity to share this experience with more consumers at the
moment they are purchasing the devices for capturing and sharing the images
they’ll cherish for years to come.”

“We know our customers are seeking ways to enjoy, share and
preserve their photos,” said Lisa Farrell, Best Buy portable electronics
general manager and senior VP. “Best Buy continues to be committed to helping
customers find the right camera, and now we can offer them easy ways to share
their special memories with family and friends by offering Shutterfly products
in our stores and online.”

Best Buy employees will be trained on Shutterfly products and
services in order to make suggestions to customers about doing more with their
digital images, the companies said.

Shutterfly’s products will also be advertised on


Best Buy customers who purchase a digital camera or camcorder can
redeem a free 8-inch by 8-inch photo book at and make a
personalized photo book using Shutterfly’s photo book creation tools. Customers
can use photos from their Shutterfly account, camera, computer, ad Facebook and
Picasa accounts.

Users will be able to make selections for backgrounds and designs
to suit snapshots.