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What You'll Get
If a picture is worth 1,000 words, a moving picture is worth 1,000 words set loose in a money booth at the grand opening of a combination karaoke and bait shop. Preserve memories from the aging tapes of yesteryear with today's deal. For $9, you get one 120-minute transfer of an old-format tape to a sparkling new DVD at Video Kitchen (a $20.14 value). This deal is redeemable at both the metro and east Louisville locations. Groupon grabbers will also receive the option for 15% off any photo montage service available, if ordered at the time they bring in their tapes for conversion.
Kids are born without a memory; give them a window to their past by reviving weddings, anniversaries, or a bachelor party tape-recorded over by Full House. Once you drop off your tape, Video Kitchen will cook up a conversion in about two days. A full list of transferable source media is listed here. By converting to DVD, you will have a high-resolution version that retains image quality over time. As a finishing touch to your rich memory cake, the video chefs will ice on a typed face label (up to 15 words), which will allow you to tell it apart from actual cake.
Over the last two decades, Video Kitchen has seen filmstrips fade to black and BetaMax bow to VHS. Now, in the day of the DVD, the friendly, tape-savvy staff is here to help you crunch your digital desires. With today's deal, you can dive into little Billy's rectangular prism and get him to more-cylindrical ground before the dust mites return.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 30, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Not valid with other offers. Must redeem in 1 visit. Closed on Sundays. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Video Kitchen
Since his boyhood days in the darkroom, Video Kitchen's president, Carlile Crutcher, has had a passion for photography. This passion evolved into home movies during his tenure in high school, college, and the United States Navy, and eventually culminated in the creation of Video Kitchen in 1992. In two locations, including the brand new store in East Louisville, an artistically and technically skilled staff oversees the preservation of memories with data transfers for all sorts of media and formats. The staff specializes in tape-to-DVD transfers, including familiar formats such as VHS tapes, Hi8 and Digital8 8mm tapes, and MiniDV, as well as specialty formats such as 8mm and 16mm movie film.
Imbued with the gift of cinematic artistry, Video Kitchen's staff also produces video for occasions such as business meetings, recitals, and sporting events. Skillful sound engineers capture all the audio, and editors can splice different scenes together or superimpose a slam-dunking dog into every frame.