Thank You for 60 Great Years!

60yrLet’s take a trip back to 1953.  Dwight D. Eisenhower was in office, the New York Yankees won their fifth consecutive World Series, and Texas Instruments released the first transistor radio.  Back then, the average person took home $4,000 a year, and the first color TV went on sale for $1,175.  You could purchase a brand new house for $9,550.00, or a Kodak Brownie Flash Six-20 camera for $13.00.  Times sure have changed, but one thing that hasn’t changed is Camera Corner’s commitment to our customers, and our community.

Yes, as of last month Camera Corner has entered our 60th year in business.  We decided that such an anniversary is too monumental for just a one-day celebration, so we are dedicating the entire month of April to our 60th anniversary.  For the entire month of April, we will be offering 60% off all enlargement prints produced in our photo lab.  Whether you’re looking for 5x7s, 8x10s, or anything up to and including 24×36 inch poster prints, this discount applies to all in house enlargements, with no quantity limits!

But wait, that’s only the start of it!  Click here to subscribe to this blog by email, or here to use your favorite RSS reader.  Every week through April, we will have a unique 60s themed special offer published in both the Green Bay Press Gazette, and here on this very site.  So be sure to either subscribe with one of the methods listed above, join us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or Google+, or check back every Monday morning to catch the latest offer.

We also have a “blog readers only” special running throughout the month.  Just mention that you’ve read our blog to get 60% select Griffin products.  We want to take this opportunity to show you that we are much more than a camera store.  We are your partner in technology.

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