Picaboo Yearbooks Allows Groups to Preserve Memories in Depth

Easy-to-use online software and no minimum orders allow groups of all size to make a memory book


Sports teams, marching bands, groups studying abroad, Greek organizations and other school groups are using Picaboo Yearbooks to tell a more in depth story of their year.

“Our university’s yearbook staff does a tremendous job of covering the campus as a whole, but there are so many events and memories we wanted to record,” said Laine Wampler, president of the Chi Omega chapter at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, Ark. “Doing a group book with Picaboo Yearbooks made perfect sense.”

Picaboo Yearbooks’ online web application makes it easy for individual group members to collaborate on a project even if they don’t have dedicated work time or are working from different locations.

“Because we know that not everyone can work on the same project at the same place and time, we have several team-focused functions built into our application,” said Kevin McCurdy, CEO of Picaboo Yearbooks. “It is also equipped to accept photo contributions from group members–even if they aren’t directly working on the book themselves.”

Picaboo Yearbooks is also a great solution for schools that want to showcase student poetry, fiction, photography, art and other creative works.

“I am beyond thrilled with the final product,” said Robin Kiku, English teacher and literary magazine adviser for Thomas Dale High School in Chester, VA. “I am excited to work with Picaboo again next year.”

Picaboo Yearbooks’ personalization option allows individual students the opportunity to record their own memories and photos with four free pages, allowing each book to be more relevant, more personal and more memorable.