My husband and I are in the middle of cleaning out our garage. And in our garage are boxes that neither of have opened for many years. While going through them I found several VHS tapes of past diving meets, high school video year books, and so much more! Unfortunately, I don’t have a working VHS machine.
While the video kept stacking up, it became apparent it was time to investing in a transfer service. YesVideo is a company that takes your VHS tapes and transfers them to DVDs! They also transfer Hi-8s, slides, film, memory cards, and MiniDVs among lots of other products. Now I can reminisce the old days by watching those movies on my DVD player!
Thankfully for me (as I have a lot to transfer) the price is super affordable, you can view the rates here http://yesvideo.com/service-
To celebrate Mother’s Day in May, YesVideo is giving away $100 transfer service!
What an amazing mother’s day gift to give mom the gift of memories past to relive anytime she wants to!
Entering is super simple, click the image below and then fill out the form on their fan page along with your photo for submission. The photo should be of you and your mother OR you and your child. A winner will be drawn randomly after Sunday, May 6th. This giveaway is open to USA only.
BUT WAIT!!! We are also giving away a chance for one lucky winner to get $125 Paypal Cash!!
Please use the rafflecopter form to enter the Paypal Cash Giveaway
Emily is a wife & mom living in Las Vegas. The owner and writer at Our Knight Life, Emily loves sharing her two adorable boys and journey through motherhood. Emily has run four half marathons to date and is always training for her next big race. She also enjoys creating healthy recipes for her family and sharing family friendly product reviews.
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