Your graduate anouncement and Mother’s Day gifting headquarters

PhotoTek of Lake Charles is located at 4430 Nelson Road.

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Next month family and friends will open graduation announcements. Sons and daughters will honor Mom. That means now is the perfect time to visit PhotoTek – at 4430 Nelson Road or online at phototekdesigncenter.com – for senior portrait packages, graduation announcements and great gifts for Mom.

PhotoTek can print photo personalized thank you notes for seniors for parents who prefer to send the formal, foil-stamped graduation card. The PhotoTek Senior Memory Mash-Up combines 18 years of visuals with music, from baby’s first steps to the first driver’s license and everything in between. It’s perfect for the graduation party, easy to store and will be treasured for a lifetime. 

Gifts for mothers are endless: Enlarge and frame her favorite photo. Give her a puzzle created from her favorite family picture. Or, motivate her to put the family photos, digital images, videos and reel-to-reels on DVD by presenting her with a PhotoTek gift certificate. 

“Our prices are competitive,” said Paula Stebbins, PhotoTek co-owner. “Customers appreciate our online site that allows them to order many of the products they need without leaving the comfort of home. But I think what they like best about PhotoTek is working with a person to get exactly what they want rather than with a computer.”

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