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Don't Let Photos Fade

April 4, 2013

(NAPSI)—Picture this: To make sure your precious old photos, videotapes and family films can be shared with future generations, be sure to preserve such keepsakes on an easily accessible DVD. Here’s why:



The Problem



Home movies begin to fade in as early as 10 years on video and 25 years on film. Pictures fade over time too.



An Answer



Here’s how: It is easy and convenient to convert your vintage home movies and photos to digital format. Simply bring your media to a Walgreens and place your order at the photo kiosk. After conversion, you can preview and edit your DVDs online before they’re made. The DVDs come with scenes and chapter menus, and you’ll get back all your original material. You may want to order several DVD copies to give to friends and family members to enjoy.



Learn More



For further information, ask the photo associate at Walgreens or visit www.walgreens.com/DVDTransfer.



 



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