November 16, 2012

Huntington Beach, CA – MailPix.com, the new photo site, announces the addition of video transfer services, through it’s relationship with YesVideo Inc., a leader in memory preservation services.

“We’re thrilled to partner with YesVideo to offer these great services to MailPix customers,” says Fred H. Lerner, president and CEO, MailPix. “In addition to offering the industry’s easiest way to connect with your current photo memories on Facebook and Instagram, MailPix now offers the best in transfer of photos and videos to DVD.”

“We think this partnership with MailPix is the perfect complement to our video transfer services,” says Greg Ayres, President and COO, YesVideo.com. “Video content from home movies is incredibly valuable to families who want to preserve, view and share those moments past with friends and family. Offering our services through MailPix provides another avenue for customers to go beyond photos and preserve all their memories.”

About YesVideo

More than 5 million families have trusted us to transfer their videotapes to DVD and online.

Since 1999, YesVideo has been providing services and programs for families to protect and share generations of memories. We believe in designing products that our own families would enjoy and building processes that we would trust to handle our own irreplaceable memories. YesVideo understands the value of these treasured family memories. We take the handling of these precious memories very seriously. We capture video using our industry-leading technology, create custom scenes using our patented algorithms, record audio into high-quality Dolby Digital, return original tapes (along with your new DVD movies) and repair damaged videotapes.

About MailPix.com

Founded in 2012, MailPix.com is the pre-eminent site for preserving photo memories as photo books, prints, posters, personalized calendars, Holiday Photo Cards, enlargements and other tangible products. The goal of MailPix is to keep costs low and to pass savings along to consumers. Founder and CEO Fred H. Lerner has had a long career introducing thousands of people to the importance of “Turning Images into Memories.” He worked his way through college at Berkey Film Processing, spending his early career in New York City, Alexandria, Va., and Long Beach, Calif. Lerner led several photo businesses, including Lerner Photo Inc., Lerner Processing labs Inc., Kodak Processing Labs Inc. and was active with Australia photo businesses like Pacific Film Labs, Rabbit Photo Inc. and Metro Photo Inc. Most recently, he was president and CEO of Ritz Interactive Inc., parent company of RitzCamera.com, WolfCamera.com, CameraWorld.com and PhotoAlley.com. Lerner is a Life Member and past president of Photo Marketing Association International (PMAI) and serves on the board of the International Photographic Counsel (IPC), a United Nations NGO, where he is a Hall of Fame member.

The MailPix board of advisors includes James Joaquin of Catamount Ventures, formerly president and CEO of Ofoto; Ted McGrath former President of Fujifilm, USA and General Manager of Kodak’s Consumer Imaging Division; Gary Pageau, of InfoCircle and former Publisher, Content Development and Strategic Initiatives at Photo Marketing Association International (PMAI); William A. Roskin, board member of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc. (NYSE: MSO) and is the former Executive Vice President of Viacom, Inc. (NASDAQ: VIAB); Oscar B. (Bud) Marx III, chairman of Amerigon (NASDAQ: ARGN) and is the former President & General Manager, Ford of Mexico and CFO of Ford, Europe; Bruce Charles, a founder of the law firm, Charles, Kane & Dye LLP; Gary Kramer, the founder and a co-managing partner of Kramer & Olsen Accountancy Corp.; and Peter Tahmin, an advisor to Powsumer.com and former vice president, RitzPix.com.

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221 Main Street, Suite K
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