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“People realize that digitizing a box of old family photos or films and videotapes means that these things will be preserved long into the future,” he said. “It’s not uncommon for customers to break down in tears or give us a big hug when we return their completed projects.”
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The North Huntingdon native has been inspired to start in business, he says, by his entrepreneurial father. While still in his Pitt dorm, Kunes says, he and a friend started a nonprofit, Call to Serve, taking mostly college students on three-week service trips in RVs to places like post-Katrina New Orleans.
Not only does Rewind Memories offer services for personal use, but they work with businesses, schools and government agencies on professional conversions. Their home base will always be in Pittsburgh, but they are are planning on expanding to other cities in the near future.
In addition to his work with Call to Serve, Adam opened the doors to Rewind Memories in Squirrel Hill in 2011. He and his crew transfer old tapes, photos, and film to DVDs and digital files. So if you want to keep that video of you lip-syncing to Janet Jackson’s, Escapade in 1991 forever and ever, Adam is your dude.
He continued running the business upon earning his bachelor’s degree in 2007. After five years of operating online, Kunes set up shop in Pittsburgh’s East End.
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In recent weeks, Kunes, 25, and Blythe, 23, have been showing a documentary of their 2009 journey to students at several colleges in the region to promote this summer’s trip to assist nonprofits in New Orleans; Charleston, S.C.; Savannah, Ga., and Virginia Beach. The men want their group to dispel notions that young people aren’t willing to give of themselves.