Reunion Planners Get Easy Access to High School Yearbook Digitization Service
Burlingame, CA. March 16, 2010 E-Yearbook.com, a market leader in high school yearbook digitization services, announced today a new program for High School Reunion Planners. With this program, reunion planners can ship E-Yearbook.com their high school yearbook and in return get an electronic version. This document will include all yearbook images that can then be easily incorporated into High School Reunion promotional materials and activities. The program details include:
- Electronic copy of every page of the yearbook (PDF format) for the low fee of $29.99
- Yearbook images published on E-Yearbook.com
- E-Yearbook.com will incur the shipping fees to return the yearbook after scanning
- The program only applies to yearbooks that have not yet been scanned by E-Yearbook.com and published from 1955 to 1988. Please contact E-Yearbook.com to verify the yearbook has not yet been scanned.
- More details on this program can be found on E-Yearbook.com
"High School Reunion Planners have been looking for something like this for a long time," said Bryan Michael, President of E-Yearbook.com. "If we don't already have their yearbook from 1955 . 1988 in our online archive of thousands of high school yearbooks, we will scan it for them."
The yearbook scanning program shipping address is:
[Your High School Name and Class Year Here] Reunion
1400 Rollins Road
Burlingame CA 94010
Terms and Conditions of this program are subject to change. Please check the E-Yearbook.com website for more details. PLEASE CONTACT E-YEARBOOK TO VERIFY THE YEARBOOK HAS NOT BEEN SCANNED BEFORE SENDING THE YEARBOOK.
About E-Yearbook.com: E-Yearbook.com is the leading provider of subscription services to search and browse old high school yearbooks on the Internet. Consumers use E-Yearbook.com to search for old classmates, friends or research genealogy. E-Yearbook.com also licenses yearbook content to third parties such as Ancestry.com(TM) and Classmates.com(TM).
Consumers can Search for Classmates, Research Genealogy and Browse a Remarkable College Sports History Archive
Burlingame, CA. June 5, 2007 E-Yearbook.com today launches a new website to provide Internet consumers the ability to search and browse old college yearbooks online: http://www.e-yearbook.com Consumers can search for classmates, research genealogy or browse a remarkable college sports history archive. The university yearbooks also include content on greek life, student clubs, famous people, bands and other performing artists.
E-Yearbook.com has partnered with major universities across the
Bryan Michael, the President of E-Yearbook.com said “We are excited to launch our website to provide consumers the convenience of searching and browsing these wonderful old college yearbooks online. And since we share a significant percent of revenue from our website back with the schools, we plan to provide them an important income stream to support their current student media operations.”
Kathy Lawrence, Director of Student Media at the University of Texas (Austin) said "The Cactus yearbook, now in Volume 114, is the oldest publication on the University of Texas campus, and, as such, it contains a wealth of information that historians, alums, researchers and alumni family members can now access easily from the comfort of their home or office computers. The partnership with E-Yearbook.com provides us with an economical method of making these archives easily usable. The older volumes of the yearbook are delicate and could not easily be used even by visitors to the campus. The digital archive not only provides a safe way for the yearbooks to be used without risk of damage to the volumes, but also provides a search tool to ease the location of valuable information."
E-Yearbook.com provides Annual and Monthly subscription options at affordable rates.
About E-Yearbook.com: E-Yearbook.com is the leading provider of subscription services to search and browse old college yearbooks on the Internet. Consumers use E-Yearbook.com to search for old classmates, research genealogy, browse a remarkable college sports history archive, greek life records as well as clubs and other content.