Visit Snapfish at the 1st Annual Bay Area Book Festival!

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VISIT US AND PICK UP YOUR INSIDER’S PERK

We are so excited to be exhibitors at the first annual Bay Area Book Festival next month! This inaugural event, in partnership with the San Francisco Chronicle, will be held on June 6 and 7 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Downtown Berkeley’s Arts District–and it’s free to attend! Swing by the Snapfish booth and visit our team! We’ll be located in the middle of Milvia Street, coined “Maker’s Lane” for the event. We’ll give you a tour of our brand new site, and snap your pic at our photobooth. Snag a promo just for hanging out with us!

SO MUCH TO EXPERIENCE, TWO DAYS TO SEE IT ALL

The festival will host nearly 300 authors and speakers over the course of the weekend. Come and see well-knowns the likes of Judy Blume, Peter Coyote, Belva Davis, Jennifer Holm, Pico Iyer, Ayelet Waldman, among many more beloved names in literature. You can also experience “Lacuna,” a 50,000-book public art installation that will sit nearby in front of City Hall.

PROUD SUPPORTERS OF STORIES

We’ve donated 700 books to the BUILD (Berkeley United in Literacy Development) program, a wonderful organization that we are proud to support. The book, which we have created in tandem with UC Berkeley Public Service Center and the Bay Area Book Festival, is comprised of the drawings of students and staff of the BUILD program.

Like BUILD, we believe in the stories that make up a community. We appreciate the BUILD mentors who make reading accessible for every child. Just as each word makes up a sentence, a paragraph, a book—so do each of the characters that touch our lives make up the whole story. At Snapfish, we know that your photos tell a special story, and that makes them prized possessions. So come share with us! What’s your story?

Check out the Bay Area Book Festival site for more information. We look forward to seeing you there!

Image provided by the Bay Area Book Festival.

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