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What You'll Get
Video footage preserves family moments that might otherwise be forgotten, like the day Grandpa wiped everyone's memory with a spy drug. Bring precious records to the digital age with today's Groupon to King Tapes in Mesa. Choose between the following options:
- For $39, you get five home videotapes transferred to DVD (up to a $100 value).
- For $49, you get 100 photos or slides converted to CD (up to a $195 value).
Since 1977, King Tape’s knowledgeable staff has used the latest technology to preserve audio and visual relics on more modern media. Camcorder-clad parents may pick five of their VHS, VHS-C, Video 8, Hi8, Digital 8, or MiniDV cassettes for transfer onto DVD, ensuring the equally embarrassing and endearing images of their children will be intact and ready to feature at future graduation parties and rehearsal dinners. Each of the five tapes submitted may hold as much as two hours of piñata beating and thrilling views of a lens cap, as new DVDs hold no more than 120 minutes.
Those eager make the best-man speech of the century can entrust photographic evidence of good times past to King Tape's technicians, who build CDs featuring up to 100 photos or slides. Bring in music on CD, cassette, or answering machine, and the helpful staff will add it to the background of any visual homage on DVD for an additional charge of $50.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 22, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Maximum 2 hours of footage per tape. In-store only. Valid for home movies only. Valid for VHS, VHS-C, Video 8, Hi8, Digital 8 and MiniDV. Not valid for transferring copyrighted material. Not valid toward repairs. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About King Tapes & Printing, Inc.
Since 1977, King Tapes & Printing, Inc. has preserved audio and visual keepsakes with the help of the latest innovations in media technology. The home-video archivists transfer footage from VHS, Video8, and mini DV cassettes onto DVDs, preventing memories from falling victim to rotting tape or hungry VCRs. Transformative techs can also ferry audio tracks from cassettes, reel-to-reel tapes, and vinyl records to digital libraries via CD transfers. Photographs and slides are converted into illustrative zeros and ones on CDs or DVDs, with the option of adding audio for sentimental best-man speeches or emotional fight scenes with Little League referees.