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YesVideo Makes It Easier to Give the Gift of Memories to Family & Friends this Holiday Season
Today YesVideo, Inc. is announcing a new product available nationwide in time for the holiday season – gift cards that bring back memories. These gift cards let guests give the gift of restoring vintage video memories to their families and friends.
YesVideo has been in the video memories business since 1999, and over 7 million families have already trusted the company with their precious film footage.
YesVideo solves a massive problem: 1.5 billion vintage videos from the ‘20s to the 2000s are currently stored in the attics and closets of 90 million U.S. households, where they are fading and decaying with time. YesVideo saves those memories by digitizing them, using its patented video technology and world-class operations centers.
With YesVideo’s complete digital experiences for viewing, sharing, and saving home movies, consumers can access their home movies online and from any device -TVs, computers, iPads, iPhones, or any other web-enabled device. YesVideo also makes it easy to edit videos and share favorite clips with friends and family via email and on Facebook. YesVideo’s customers receive free and unlimited cloud storage for their videos.
“We are thrilled that customers can now give the gift of memories to loved ones,” said Michael Chang, CEO of YesVideo. “Our focus is on providing high-quality video products for American families - by restoring precious moments like first steps, birthdays, vacations, weddings, and graduations. We believe we will see great interest in our new gift card product this holiday season.”
YesVideo gift cards are being offered in advance of the holiday season, allowing customers to surprise loved ones with the gift of re-living their favorite video memories together.
YesVideo gift cards are available now at Target stores with Photo Centers nationwide. For more information, please visit http://targetphoto.yesvideo.com/
YesVideo brings back memories.
The company solves a massive personal video problem: 1.5 billion vintage videos from the ‘20s to 2000s are currently stored in the attics and closets of 90 million U.S. households, where they are fading and decaying day by day. YesVideo saves those memories by digitizing them using patented technology.
The company transfers and hosts its customers’ vintage video memories so they can easily view, edit and share them with their families and friends.
YesVideo currently serves 34,000 retail locations in the United States, including Costco, Walmart, Sam’s Club, CVS/pharmacy and Rite Aid, and online at Target and YesVideo.com. They have digitized ten million vintage videos for more than seven million customers.
Consumers may drop off their personal film (8mm, 16mm, VHS, Beta, etc.), prints, slides and photo albums. All materials are processed in Norcross, GA or at the company's headquarters in Santa Clara, CA.