Target guests can take advantage of new, innovative online photo-sharing tools while Photobucket users gain convenient in-store print pickup
MINNEAPOLIS & DENVER (August 26, 2008) — Target and Photobucket, the leading stand-alone photo and video sharing site, today announced the agreement that offers expanded online photo services for Target guests and new in-store print options for Photobucket users.
Beginning today, Target will offer print-to-store services to Photobucket users through www.photobucket.com and www.target.com/photo. After creating a free account on Photobucket, users can upload and organize their photos, edit their images and order prints for pickup – in about an hour – at most Target stores nationwide. Photobucket also enables users to organize videos; create slideshows and group albums; customize unique photo gifts; and share photos with friends and family through e-mail, IM, social networks, blogs or mobile phones.
"Photobucket has emerged as a leader in online photo and video sharing," said Mark Schindele, senior vice president, Target. “The site has an active community of more than 22 million monthly visitors in the U.S. Through this collaboration, our guests can now combine Photobucket’s creative tools with the convenience and quality they have come to expect from Target Photo.”
“Photobucket is thrilled to provide people with more easy ways to enjoy and share photos and easily get prints,” said Alex Welch, president, Photobucket. “As much as people love the convenience of going online to store and share photos and videos, there is always the need for great prints to capture special memories.” Welch continued, “Target is a world-class retail organization. We share a goal of bringing fun and convenience to our customers, and this relationship will extend that experience to photos – both online and off.”