Lotus Graphics joins forces with EverPresent
BRATTLEBORO — EverPresent, the company that helps people digitize and organize millions of photos and home videos, recently announced that its services are coming to Brattleboro and Burlington. Lotus Graphics of Brattleboro and The Frame Game of Burlington are EverPresents' first Vermont businesses to join its location partner network.
EverPresent continues to offer its in-home consultations services throughout New England and the tri-state area, but families now have the option of bringing their precious family memories to Lotus Graphics or The Frame Game and having them personally transported to EverPresent's lab in Newton, Mass.
"We always look to partner with the most respected local businesses that understand the importance of preserving family memories," said Eric Niloff, who runs EverPresent with his wife, Jennifer. "Quality and trust are incredibly important when dealing with irreplaceable family photos and videos and we know that our new Vermont partners understand that and live by the same values we do."
EverPresent officials say they are thrilled to be bringing their services to Vermont, due in part to the enthusiasm of Amy Hammond and Alex Judge, both members of the EverPresent team and both Vermont natives. "Helping families preserve their legacy and share their story brings me a lot of joy and I'm looking forward to doing the same for all my neighbors and friends back home," said Hammond who heads the Photo Scanning Department at EverPresent.
EverPresent's team of more than 60 technicians, designers and organizers is headquartered in Newton, Mass., and handles all aspects of the service. They digitize all analog formats, from VHS tapes to 35mm slides to photo albums to 8mm film. The EverPresent team personally handles the transportation to and from their partner locations and digitizes millions of family keepsakes every year.
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