Redeemed December 18, 2011
· Redeemed August 28, 2017
· Redeemed February 15, 2017
What You'll Get
Though pharaohs crammed their tombs full of despondent entourage members, commemorative plates of themselves, and primitive Beanie Babies, technology makes memory preservation simpler for modern magnates. Shelter your keepsakes with today's Groupon: for $25, you get two hours of tape-to-DVD transfers at Royal Gor (an $80 value). Tapes may be mailed or brought to Royal Gor's main studio in Burbank.
Royal Gor safeguards the physical manifestations of precious recollections by freezing decaying images in timeless digital ice cubes. Memories entombed within media formats such as VHS, 8mm, Hi-8, DV, mini DV, and DV cam will be resurrected by Royal Gor's audio-visual experts in more manageable DVD forms, which no longer demand ritual sacrifices before displaying images on your TV. Shutterbugs can preserve home movies, video catalogs of personal belongings, or conclusive digital evidence of late-night cookie thievery transferred onto a regular DVD, loaded onto a hard-drive file, or etched onto a Blu-ray disc. Royal Gor also scans and converts valuable documents for vigilant family curators, who may ship their precious cargo or drop it off directly at the company's facilities.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 31, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid for drop off or mail-in. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Royal Gor
Khoren Gevorkyan founded Royal Gor in 1981 (now iPreservedit), naming it after his then-newborn son and now company CEO Gor Gevorkyan. Using first-rate video and photography equipment, they point their professional lenses at subjects for an array of occasions, including wedding and commercial shoots. As photographers who understand the enduring importance of their medium, the iPreservedit team also helps preserve their clients' aging keepsake photographs. They scan the precious snapshots onto DVDs with a professional Kodak photo scanner that can crop and automatically correct each photo's color without rubbing it against a chameleon.