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  2. Shutterfly - Wikipedia

    Shutterfly, LLC. is an American photography, photography products, and image sharing company, headquartered in Redwood City, California. The company is mainly known for custom photo printing services, including books featuring user-provided images, framed pictures, and other objects with custom image prints, including blankets or mobile phone ...

  3. Lifetouch - Wikipedia

    Lifetouch Inc. The sculpture, Generations, was created for the 70th anniversary of Lifetouch by sculptor Nicholas Legeros. Lifetouch Inc. is an American-based photography company headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. [2] Its Canadian operations is based in Winnipeg, Manitoba and the company also has facilities in Nevada, Indiana, and Ohio.

  4. RetailMeNot - Wikipedia

    RetailMeNot, Inc. RetailMeNot, Inc. (formerly Whaleshark Media) is an American multinational company headquartered in Austin, Texas, that maintains a collection of coupon web sites. The company was founded by Cotter Cunningham. [3] The company owns and and acquires coupon sites and third-party software.

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  6. Shutterfly coupon for 40% off - AOL

    Get 40% off your entire order using this Shutterfly coupon that is good now through May 19, 2010. Use coupon code FORTY while checking out.

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    Use Shutterfly coupon code BOOK29 to get an additional 29% off the current Photo Book sale

  8. Valpak - Wikipedia

    Valpak Direct Marketing Systems, LLC, commonly known as Valpak, is a North American direct marketing company owned by AmatoMartin. Valpak provides print, mobile and online advertising, customer data and coupons. Valpak mails coupons to 41 million demographically targeted households each month [1] and millions more consumers through its ...

  9. Shutterfly Snaps Up Deals With an Eye on the Big Picture - AOL

    Shutterfly (SFLY) completed its acquisition of Tiny Prints on April 25 for $333 million, which included approximately $146 million in cash and approximately 4 million shares of Shutterfly common ...

  10. List of image-sharing websites - Wikipedia

    (Closed down on July 2, 2012; all accounts moved over to Shutterfly) 20,000,000: Used to be unlimited low-resolution, paid users can download high-res images that they've uploaded. New minimum purchase requirements 3/09: $4.99/yr for 2GB or less, $19.99/yr for more than 2GB. Webshots: United States Free registration service.

  11. Shutterfly Shares Flew: What You Need to Know - AOL

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