The marketplace gives consumers access to more than 300 products created using a 3-D printer.
The discount chain began selling online in September.
Dollar General Corp., the discount chain and e-commerce rookie, is trying to make itself more appealing to online shoppers by adding online photo services. The service, launched today, enables visitors to DollarGeneral.com to create photo albums, greeting cards, calendars, prints and video transfers from their uploaded images.
"Dollar General is excited to offer our shoppers this great online service at the low prices they have come to expect from Dollar General," says Todd Vasos, Dollar General's chief merchandising officer. The discount retail chain launched the service using technology from GoPhotobooks.com.
Dollar General says it operates 9,800 stores in 38 states. Dollar General reported $13.0 billion in sales in its most recent fiscal year and net income of $628 million. Despite its relatively inexpensive product selection—the company says about a quarter of its inventory sells for $1 or less—consumers with household incomes of at least $70,000 represent the company’s fastest-growing segment.