CVS Adopts Kodak Digital Print Technology
By Natalie Hope McDonald
The first store opened back in 1963, and more than 4,000 stores later, CVS has evolved into a one-stop shopping destination where customers can buy flip-flops, a quart of milk or even a clock radio along with their prescriptions. Recently, the Woonsocket, R.I., headquarters of the chain expanded services yet again with the introduction of mobile image printing capabilities at Kodak Picture Maker kiosks in more than 3,000 CVS stores nationwide. The service, available early this year, makes CVS among the first national retailers (along with Wal-Mart) to offer customers the ability to print pictures from image-enabled mobile phones.
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