PictureU Expands Competition Events Team

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For Immediate Release: August 20, 2015

Contact: Walt Geer, CEO wgeer@pictureu.com

The company is gearing up for the 2015 / 2016 dance & cheer season

Atlanta, GA (August 18, 2015) – PictureU is pleased to announce the addition of two new members to our expanding Competition Events Team; Caitie Philips and Rebecca Kinser, both of Orlando, FL.  The company will be relocating Ms. Kinser to its Atlanta headquarters while Ms. Philips will remain in Orlando.  Both women bring significant operational experience in the photo souvenir industry. Most importantly they have successfully managed the photo and video component for hundreds of competition dance and cheer events throughout the United States over the past few years.

“Becca and Caitie will play critical roles at PictureU by bringing important dedicated experience to our team,” said PictureU CEO Walt Geer. “Their passion for serving the customer was immediately apparent so we made the decision to bring them on board a little early to help us get ready for the 2015-2016 dance & cheer season.”

PictureU recently announced plans to enter the Competition Events Imaging vertical with all-new technology and a new business model.  Every year in America millions of boys and girls participate in some kind of athletic or team-based competition event such as cheer, dance, soccer, volleyball, and more.  PictureU considers those events to be meaningful experiences for both the families and athletes who have dedicated so much to their sport. PictureU was founded on the idea that it is in the memory making business, and is excited to bring that passion to a new vertical market.

The company, which is one of America’s largest seasonal holiday photo souvenir operators, also provides imaging and data capture solutions for hundreds of brands at thousands of events annually.  “Our technologies, infrastructure, and experience on the biggest stages give us the platform to do amazing things in the youth competition events world,” Geer went on to say. “All we were missing was the actual experience at these types of events and now we have that too!”



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