Kodak: print your Facebook photos for free next week

Summary:Next week, you will be able to print up to 20 Facebook photos at a Kodak Picture Kiosk. In exchange, you'll have to Like the company's Facebook Page.

Eastman Kodak Company today announced a promotion called Free Kodak Prints Week. Between October 17 and October 23, you'll be able to print 20 photos from your Facebook account for free, directly from a Kodak Picture Kiosk.

To take advantage of the promotion, you'll have to go to Kodak's Facebook Page and Like it. By default, you'll be opted in to receive emails from Kodak, but you can choose not to do this. After that, you will be able to download a coupon to print up to 20 free 4x6 instant prints from Facebook at a Kodak Picture Kiosk.

You'll be able to access and print images from your friends' Facebook albums (in compliance with Facebook Privacy Rules), in addition to your own albums. Retail partners participating in Free Prints Week include CVS/pharmacy locations across North America, as well as select Bartell Drugs, Discount Drug Mart, Lewis Drugs, and Ritz Camera locations.

"Kodak is dedicated to providing customers unique solutions to help create and share their memories," Larry Trevarthen, vice president of worldwide marketing, Retail Systems Solutions, Eastman Kodak Company, said in a statement. "There are billions of photos stored on Facebook and there is a strong desire to convert these photos into personalized memories. Through our Free Prints Week, we are providing customers an easy and convenient solution to free their Facebook photos at no cost by visiting one of our exceptional retail partners."

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