FREE EXTRA DVD WITH EVERY PHOTO SCANNING ORDER DURING PHOTO PRESERVATION WEEK – JUNE 26 – JULY 2, 2011. GUARANTEED
The urgency to professionally digitize photographs has never been greater or easier.
According to ScanMyPhotos.com, this year’s sponsor of Photo Preservation Week, there are more than three trillion photo snapshots bunkered in the archaic, analog technology invented generations ago. Photo Preservation Week (June 26 – July 2, 2011) is promoting an affordable and speedy way to unclutter and professionally digitize photo snapshots for today’s all-digital world.
According to a study by ScanMyPhotos.com, the average U.S. household has accumulated 5,500 analog photographs that need to be digitally preserved and shared.
After months of planning, it is finally here and ScanMyPhotos.com is this year’s sponsor of Photo Preservation Week. The last week in June signals the annual Photo Preservation Week as the ideal time to revisit all those tucked away photo memories to share.
The otherwise arduous chore of individually scanning every photo snapshot is now easy, fun, affordable and fast. What takes minutes to individually scan a single picture now is completed in less than a second and includes same day service and easy online ordering to digitally preserved generations of photo memories.
BONUS INCENTIVE TO UNCLUTTER YOUR HOME
Throughout the last week in June, you are guaranteed to automatically receive an extra, free DVD digital archive from your online “prepaid fill-the-box” or “pay per 1,000 photo scanning” from ScanMyPhotos.com – orders must be received by July 2, 2011. You also automatically receive an extra free prepaid box (a $184 value) when you purchase two photo scanning boxes online from the photo digitization company.
Photo Preservation Week suggests consumers digitally backup their photographs and recommends using a photo scanning service to simplify the chore. “It’s all about quality, affordability and speed,” says Mitch Goldstone, President & CEO of California-based ScanMyPhotos.com. Since 1990, his California-based photo imaging company has strived to sprint to complete every order with its renowned same day photo scanning services.
During Photo Preservation Week, ScanMyPhotos.com is providing a free, extra DVD for consumers’ scanned files when they purchase the popular “prepaid fill-the-box” online at ScanMyPhotos.com ($184, holds about 2,000 standard pictures) or their standard “pay for 1,000 photo scanning” ($79.50) service.
To automatically receive an extra free DVD backup of your scanned pictures, place your order by July 2, 2011 and the extra digital archive will automatically be included with your order. Guaranteed. [Not applicable toward prior orders or 35mm slides, movie film, VHS, negative or other custom scanning services. No cash value].
WHAT IS PHOTO PRESERVATION WEEK?
Photo Preservation Week is about being prepared for the unexpected and to accelerate the conversion from traditional analog photo storage to secured, professional digital archiving. During the week, family historians or keepers of those precious photo memories are recommended to select a professional photo scanning service to help prepare for any emergency in your home or business where your photographs could be jeopardized. Social media also takes on a crucial tool and represents a catalyst for sharing these newly digitized photo memories.
ScanMyPhotos.com is hosting a free 24/7 photo scanning hotline to help recommend the best ways to digitize pictures and archive the sheer volume of photo memories. While the average household is overwhelmed by the exhaustive and daunting task of trying to scan and organize each picture to preserve and share, Photo Preservation Week hopes to trigger additional interest in scanning pictures to digital.
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