Motophoto

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Motophoto
Founded early 1980s
Headquarters Dayton, Ohio
Number of locations 215+
Key people Harry D. Loyle, CEO; Joseph M. O’Hara; Ron A. Mohney
Revenue $4.6 Million (est.)[1]
Employees 52[1]
Website www.motophoto.com

Moto Photo is a franchising company based in Dayton, Ohio with well over 200 locations in several different states and Canada. Once focused on photo developing, MotoPhoto is now turning towards portraits and digital cameras.

History[edit]

MotoPhoto began in Oklahoma City in the early 1980s. In 1983 the headquarters for the 16-store chain was moved to Dayton, Ohio and has grown today to over 215 MotoPhoto stores servicing customers in both the U.S. and Canada.

Originally a one hour film processing solution, the company has evolved into a full-service imaging provider offering one hour digital and film processing, unique merchandise, and portrait studios.

In February 2003, MOTO Franchise Corporation (MFC) purchased substantially all the assets of the former franchisor.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Hoover's Article on MotoPhoto

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