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SmileBooks, owned by CEWE COLOR, the global leader in photo book production and printing, has announced an initiative to assist the Japanese people in the wake of the March 11 Earthquake and Tsunami that shattered Japan's northeastern coastline.

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Dominic Brenzinski, Senior Vice President of SmileBooks said, "… SmileBooks is proud to support and contribute to the relief efforts with the help of our Facebook fan family."

SmileBooks, owned by CEWE COLOR, the global leader in photo book production and printing, has announced an initiative to assist the Japanese people in the wake of the March 11 Earthquake and Tsunami that shattered Japan's northeastern coastline.

Now through March 31, 2011, SmileBooks will donate 10 cents to The American Red Cross Japanese Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund for every person with a Facebook account who becomes a new SmileBooks fan by clicking the "Like" button.

According to The American Red Cross website, "the Japanese Red Cross indicated that it would accept financial support from the American Red Cross for its role providing first aid, emotional support and relief items to those displaced." Current estimates are that at least 370,000 people have been displaced or evacuated as a result of this disaster. More than 10,000 people are believed to have been killed and millions more have limited access to water, electricity and transportation.

Dominic Brenzinski, Senior Vice President of SmileBooks said, "We are stunned at the recent events in Japan and our hearts go out to the victims and their families. SmileBooks is proud to support and contribute to the relief efforts with the help of our Facebook fan family."

About SmileBooks
SmileBooks offers award-winning photo book solutions that enable individuals to create their own professionally bound photo books using their favorite digital photos.

About CEWE COLOR – Owner of SmileBooks
Founded in 1961, CEWE COLOR is the market leader in photofinishing and an innovator in digital imaging technology. In 2010 CEWE COLOR produced more than 4.3 million photo books worldwide. Its printing facility houses the largest number of digital presses in Europe. To meet the demands of today’s consumers, the company employs a workforce of over 2,700 employees in 12 different facilities worldwide. CEWE COLOR is headquartered in Oldenburg, Germany with a U.S. office in Farmingdale, NY.

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