A letter to my friends
Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a great
Christmas and Holiday season!
I want to thank everyone for the spectacular last few months at Scan South. I have met many very nice people who have allowed me to scan their photos, slides, 8mm films, videos and antique photographs. I have just finished doing the artwork and having a book of genealogy published for a Fondren family who has researched their family tree back to 1399! That’s nineteen (19) generations if you are wondering.
What I find so fulfilling are the memories my little startup company is bringing back to my clients in the form of visual media that has been sitting in closets and drawers for far too long. What I am thankful for and humbled by is the support and cheer leading I have gotten from my clients. I really enjoy being able to offer this service to preserve family memories for future generations.
Scan South is a family business almost a year old now. My husband Pat, who has been supportive since the beginning, has been busy scanning his dad’s slides from World War II. It’s truly amazing some of this photos his dad took while serving our country. More importantly, Pat has found beautiful pictures of his mom and dad he never saw before.
As the year is just getting started, I want to give you some information about Scan South that will help you decide if preserving your family memories is right for you now and how we can help you. Everyone is preaching about organizing and de-cluttering! Wouldn’t it be great if you could minimize all the media (photos, slides, movies and videos) in your house down to a single flash drive? What a way to start the year!!
We are always happy to digitize…
Photographs – new and old – we repair old, torn, or damaged images
Videos – VHS (regular and mini)
Slides – we can bring most back to full color
Super 8 and 8 mm movie film
16 mm film
We also are experts at…
Photo Coffee Table Books
We have on the average a two week turn around – although I know some have been waiting a little longer. My daughter Eryn is working in the business while she is home from Ole Miss and is really helping me be more productive.