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Scanning Your Existing Non-Digital Photos Is a Good Way to Keep Them from Being Lost or Damaged

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DID YOU KNOW THAT THE NEARLY 550-BILLION NON-DIGITAL PHOTOS THAT AMERICANS HAVE TAKEN ARE IN DANGER OF BEING LOST FOREVER?  IN ADDITION, RESEARCH SHOWS THAT OVER HALF OF ALL AMERICANS HAVE ALREADY LOST PRECIOUS PHOTOS TO NATURAL CAUSES.  THE FACT IS THAT MOST AMERICANS HAVEN'T TAKEN THE TIME TO PRESERVE ALL THE NON-DIGITAL PHOTOS THAT THEY'VE TAKEN OVER THE YEARS.  ACCORDING TO SCAN-CAFE, WHILE MOST AMERICANS ARE DEDICATED TO PRESERVING THEIR PERSONAL HISTORIES, MANY AVOID TRYING TO PRESERVE THEIR PHOTOS DIGITALLY.  WHAT THEY DON'T REALIZE IS THAT THEIR PHOTOS WON'T LAST FOREVER.  IN FACT, MANY START TO FADE AFTER JUST 10 YEARS--AND IT'S ALSO EASY TO LOSE THEM TO SIMPLE ACCIDENTS OR A MILLION OTHER THINGS.  SENDING PHOTOS, NEGATIVES, AND SLIDES TO A SCANNING SERVICE--SUCH AS SCAN-CAFE--IS AN EASY AND AFFORDABLE WAY TO PROTECT THOSE PRECIOUS MEMORIES, AND TAKES THE HASSLE OUT OF SCANNING.  TO LEARN MORE, VISIT "SCAN-CAFE"-DOT-COM.


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