ZAZZLE HITS 10 BILLION PRODUCT MARK
On-Demand Retail Platform Continues to Drive Technological Innovation and Inspires Community to Create One-of-a-Kind Products Easily, and Instantly
Redwood City, CA - December 17, 2008 – Zazzle, www.zazzle.com, the only on-demand retail platform to offer billions of retail quality, one-of-a-kind products, many of which are produced within 24 hours, today announced that the company hit the 10 billion product mark at 8:39am PST when Zazzle user and seller Tesha Beaudry of the cute institute created a mini pirate t-shirt to sell in the Zazzle marketplace. Zazzle now offers over 5 million designs, available on 1,935 product options making the total effective - and unique - number of products available for purchase on the site over 10,000,000,000 and growing.
In celebration, Zazzle is offering all customers a special $10 gift coupon with every order shipped through December 23, 2008. In addition, Tesha, the creator of the 10 billionth product, will be able to customize and receive one of every new product type that Zazzle launched in 2008 including a pair of custom shoes, a skateboard, a set of profile cards and embroidered apparel.
"This is so exciting. Who knew when I went to create the mini pirate t-shirt today that I had a chance of becoming a winner of something, and be part of this historic moment for Zazzle," said Tesha Beaudry.
"It's amazing to think that since publicly launching a few years ago, our community has become this prolific. I still remember celebrating the first 100 products!" said Jeff Beaver, Chief Product Officer and Co-Founder of Zazzle. "We strive to constantly innovate for our users by developing new products and features that empower their creativity. This milestone is a great testament to those efforts and also to our model of on-demand, zero inventory manufacturing, which makes this almost unimaginable number of products possible. We're very thankful for our active community of users and for all their passion and support."
Zazzle boasts a deep product offering including shoes, skateboards, t-shirts, sweatshirts, track jackets, neckties, aprons, tote bags, embroidery, coffee mugs and drinkware, art and photo prints, calendars, photo sculptures, magnets and much more.
Consumers are able to choose from millions of designs, billions of product combinations and customize them to their liking, as well as upload their own designs or images instantly to create their own truly one-of-a-kind products. Best of all, most are produced within 24 hours of placing an order.2008/12/17