Kodak Moments debuts managed self-service photo station

Kodak Moments To Go is a self-service photo printing station fully managed by Kodak Moments

Kodak Moments launched Kodak Moments To Go, a self-service photo kiosk fully managed by Kodak Moments. Coupled with its latest touch-free photo printing technology, the kiosk provides retailers a low-risk, affordable way to offer quality photo printing to consumers, the company says.

Kodak Moments To Go stations are currently available in-store at several retail partners across the country, including locations in Arizona, Kentucky, and New York. According to Chain Store Age, the retailers are Kroger, Wegmans, Bashas’, and Fry’s.

The company says the Kodak Moments kiosk is for retailers looking to expand their offerings with minimal investment. Kodak Moments owns and operates the equipment, including marketing, replenishment, and service and retailers receive a revenue share from sales generated.

“As the industry is continually evolving to keep up with changing consumer demands, our team developed an intuitive solution that enables retailers to deliver on the wants and needs of the modern shopper,” said Nicki Zongrone, president of Kodak Moments. “Kodak Moments To Go gives retailers a low-risk way to provide a value-added experiential service that is innovative in the marketplace.”