Scan Van offers up personal holiday gifts

The Kodak Gallery Scan Van, which has been touring the country helping consumers digitize their old family photos, will be at San Francisco’s Westfield Mall, 865 Market St., today through Sunday — just in time for the holidays.

Representatives from Kodak will be on hand to scan and upload shoppers’ treasured photos. Instead of spending hours scanning photos at home, customers can have up to 200 photos digitized, at a cost is $24.99, while they shop. Once uploaded to the site, the images can be shared with friends and family and used to create unique gifts, such as mugs and stickers.

Other gift ideas include:

» Ornaments for tree or table

» All-season calendar featuring favorite photos of the year

» Custom holiday notecards

» Leather-bound book of treasured family photos

» Fleece blanket

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