Forever Launches Updated Forever Box Digital Conversion Service

Forever Launches Updated Forever Box Digital Conversion Service

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Pittsburgh, PA—Forever, Inc., a permanent memory-keeping company, launched its renewed Forever Box during its virtual “Forever Live!” Convention.

Moreover, the company announced its digital conversion business has grown dramatically in recent years as more and more people have chosen Forever to digitize their family memories. Because of this growth, Forever is investing heavily in its digital conversion services. Subsequently, it has updated its previous digital conversion box, turning it into a “Forever Box.” Now, everyone who orders a digital conversion box from Forever will receive the new Forever Box.

When asked why people should choose a Forever Box over other services, Glen Meakem, founder and CEO, said: “There are two reasons. First, at Forever we understand that we are handling people’s most precious family memories; in addition, we deliver the highest quality digital conversion services in the industry. Our competitors say, ‘push it through.’ At Forever, we always say ‘do it right.’

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Forever Box comes in three sizes.

“Second, only Forever offers a complete digital conversion service by preserving memories for generations online with Forever Storage. Our competitors convert from one temporary format to another; this is a great disappointment to people who care about their family memories. If people want to safely digitize as well as save their family memories for the long-term, my team and I at Forever are here to serve them. People can trust us.”

Forever Box

The company offers its new Forever Box in three sizes: small, medium and large. The box is crush resistant and includes waterproof packing materials inside to keep memories safe. Moreover, each Forever Box comes with a specified conversion credit (which is equal to the list price of the box). This credit is applied to the total conversion cost of the items sent in for digital conversion.

However, clients are not limited to the conversion credit. Consequently, Forever encourages its clients to fill their boxes with as many photos, films, videos, documents, or audiotapes as they like. Furthermore, the company notes it can digitally convert and preserve virtually anything. In addition, the shipping costs charged to clients are fixed for each box size, regardless of the quantity of memories packed inside.

Once consumer receive their empty Forever Box requested at forever.com, they pack it with the items they wish to have converted. When fully packed, they can apply the prepaid shipping label and drop the box off at any FedEx location. Forever-Logo-2020When the box is received by Forever, a team of skilled technicians carefully tally everything inside and then digitize the memories using state-of-the-art technology. Clients can also track the progress of their conversion project in their Forever account using the Forever Digital Conversion Tracker; the tracker keeps clients updated in real time.

The company returns the originals via FedEx to the client after everything is digitized. They then upload the digitized files into the client’s Forever account, where consumers can view, edit and share them with others.

Forever Storage

What’s more, with Forever Storage, consumers never have to digitize these memories again. The company guarantees to preserve and maintain the memories of Forever Storage owners for the owners’ lifetime plus 100 years. The goal is to have them available for many generations.

“At Forever, our critically important mission is to help millions of people preserve and protect their memories for generations,” said Nathan Bowers, vice president of Product. “I am proud to be a part of a team that is committed to building the products and services—and the long-term business institution—needed to make this happen. Furthermore, Forever clients can look forward to more improvements to the Forever Box digital conversion services in the months and years ahead.”

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