Some 8mm movies

I’ve been working with YesVideo for the past month and have sent in a bunch of great old home movies from when I was a kid. I’m waiting for the DVDs to come back to me but was able to watch the movies through the MemoryShare service that they provide. I even shared a bit of my second Christmas on my Facebook Timeline quickly and easily using the service.

I want to give you the same opportunity to share your memories and to preserve them. I am giving away a $65 gift code for you to use the YesVideo online service so that you can send in your media to get it converted to DVD or other digital formats (Blu-ray or Memory cards).

here’s how to enter. Use the Rafflecopter Widget below.

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Disclosure: This post was created in connection with my appointment as an Ambassador for YesVideo. Visit to join the conversation. I am a YesVideo Ambassador. I’ve visited YesVideo and seen what they do. I’ve sent my own personal memories to YesVideo and have been very impressed with what they do. Opinions about YesVideo are 100% my own.

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2 Responses to “Win a $65 Gift Code for YesVideo Services”

  1. Crissy D. says:

    I remember going on vacations with my family of 5 and my grandparents and aunt in a tiny little RV it was cramped but always fun.

  2. Justin Hunt says:

    I definitely have some old tapes I’ve been meaning to get digitized!

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