Fetco Launches Photo Print and Design Website

Fetco logoWEBBOSTON-Frame maker Fetco Home Decor has launched a new online business, frameevent.com, that enables consumers to create personalized photo prints, develop and print digital pictures, and lay out customized photos and view them in a wall gallery format.

"Our goal was to create something that makes it easy for people to personalize and frame their most cherished memories," said Nancy Babine Kucinski, president and CEO of Fetco Home Decor.

Frameevent.com provides the tools and creative elements needed to personalize digital photos. Users can choose from a variety of print sizes and have them professionally developed and delivered to their home. The website also includes an application that allows users to lay out their customized photos and view them in a wall gallery format. Through a number of templates, users can preview their personalized wall gallery before purchasing frames and hanging them on their walls.

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