Eastman Kodak Company has announced the availability of “Celebrity Cards for a Cause” at KODAK Picture Kiosks across the US.
KODAK and stationery designer to the stars, Bonnie Marcus, teamed up with Angie Harmon, Marcia Cross and Molly Sims to create a special line of KODAK Personal Greeting Cards for the holiday season, where part of the proceeds will benefit the children’s charity of the celebrity’s choice. The “Celebrity Cards for a Cause” are part of the stationery card category at participating retailers.
“We are thrilled to be able to work with such a talented group of women to help give back during the holidays,” said Larry Trevarthen, Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, Retail Systems Solutions, Eastman Kodak Company. “KODAK Personal Greeting cards marry designer greeting cards with instant printing and creative personalization. Partnering with Bonnie Marcus to add Celebrity Cards for a Cause at the KODAK Picture Kiosk is another way we offer customers an opportunity to customize and print cards in minutes.”
Customers have the option to choose any of the celebrity designs, each benefitting charities in need this holiday season:
- Angie Harmon’s designs will benefit Children’s Institute, Inc.
- Marcia Cross’ designs will benefit The Harvard Humanitarian Initiative
- Molly Sims’ designs will benefit Friends of El Faro
“I am honored that Angie, Marcia and Molly have each chosen to partner with me to create beautiful designs for the KODAK Picture Kiosk this holiday season,” said Bonnie Marcus, founder of BONNIE MARCUS COLLECTION. “Not only are we able to give back to amazing charities, we are also able to offer gorgeous cards that can be personalized thanks to Kodak’s technology.”
To find a KODAK Picture Kiosk in your area, or for more information on KODAK Personal Greeting Cards as well as many other new, fun and easy ways to tell your story with pictures and words, click here. Celebrity Cards can be found at the Kodak Picture Kiosk within Christmas Photo Card Collection. Look for the tab labeled “Bonnie Marcus Cards for a Cause”.