EZ Prints Announces Record Revenue Growth for the First Half of 2005

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Atlanta-Based EZ Prints today announced record year-over-year revenue growth for the first half of 2005.

EZ Prints announced today record year-over-year revenue growth for the first half of 2005. Through June 2005, revenue increased 101 percent over the same period a year earlier.

“Our business has never been stronger,” commented Jamie Bardin, CEO and President of EZ Prints. “EZ Prints has steadily grown to profitability from a single server and a single partner in 1999 to managing millions of images across a sophisticated infrastructure for some of the world's most demanding partners. Our growth speaks not just to the dedication of our team and investors but, more importantly, to the strong demand for digital image fulfillment in a private label format. In addition to significant revenue and net income growth, we also have several new products, partners, and services in store that will be announced in the near future.”

About EZ Prints:

Atlanta-based EZ Prints, Inc is a leading digital image management and products fulfillment company serving the retail, consumer, professional, real estate, and digital content markets. The company provides image management tools and photographic print services through a comprehensive suite of technologies and solutions that are tightly integrated with strategic partners in a transparent fashion.

EZ Prints strategic partners include deviantART, CNET Networks / Webshots (NasdaqNM:CNET), Yahoo! (NasdaqNM : YHOO), ExpressDigital – Photoreflect, Printroom, and The New York Times (NYSE:NYT) among others. EZ Prints investors include Pennsylvania Early Stage Partners, The Cairnwood Group, The Momentum Fund, The LORE Group, individual private investors, and management.

For more information about our innovative products and solutions or to contact us, visit http://www.ezprintsinc.com.

Media Contacts:

Jamie Bardin, President & CEO


EZ Prints, Inc.

1890 Beaver Ridge Circle Suite A

Norcross, GA 30071


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