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Penn sets up Instagram booths for 2,400 freshmen on move-in day

The university set up branded photo booths for freshmen and their families, with a feature that let them directly post photos to Instagram, Twitter and Flickr using the hashtag #LivePenn and #PennMoveIn.

On move-in day for 2,400 freshmen, Penn took Instagram to campus.

The university set up branded photo booths for freshmen and their families, with a feature that let them directly post photos to Instagram, Twitter and Flickr using the hashtag #LivePenn and #PennMoveIn.

See more photos from the Instagram booth here.

Companies: University of Pennsylvania

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