An exciting announcement!
After 20-years at this location and constantly reinventing our retail photo center, the shift from film to digital has won out. Today, it is all digital and we have closed 30 Minute Photos Etc. as it has existed since 1990. We moved to a large corporate office across the street at 3 Corporate Park. The new facility boasts vast space and affords up more opportunities to create even better customer experiences and faster order fulfillments.
As many of you know, in August 2008, David Pogue, the personal tech columnist at The New York Times published a raving review for ScanMyPhotos.com – our professional photo digitization and online business; millions of people read the article and today we are international. From the moment that review was printed and posted online, our lives changed. Orders from around the world streamed in, we hired many exceptional employees and invested in advanced infrastructure to professionally manage our growth. Mr. Pogue’s review was followed by scores of other tech reviews, national media attention, social media posts and comments from our loyal, local fans. The result led to our “problem,” we have entirely outgrown this retail store. At the same time, we are grateful to the property management company, owners of this center and our fellow entrepreneurial friends at Corporate Park – many are like family to us and have inspired us.
All customer services are still available and many new featured photo imaging products are being added to showcase all the newest ways to preserve and share your photo memories. Existing customer orders have been moved to the new location and we invite everyone to follow our expansion, we couldn’t have done it without YOU.
Look for the new “ScanMyPhotos” building at 3 Corporate Park and stop by to say hello.
You are the reason for our phenomenal success!
Mitch Goldstone, Carl Berman and the entire ScanMyPhotos.com family
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