Legacy Stories Launches New Website
Creating a new look for preserving the family narrative.
Columbus, Ohio Jan 19, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Legacy Stories, preservers of family history by capturing the family narrative, is thrilled to announce the launch of its new website, www.legacystories.com. After assuming new leadership in 2021 and seeing how families were more isolated in the pandemic, Legacy Stories decided to reassess its services and create a fresh new approach to preserving family history. In addition to the new look, Legacy Stories will be rolling out new and enhanced features throughout the year.
Along with a beautiful new design, the legacystories.com website offers four levels of family history preservation, making it easier than ever to capture the stories of family members before it’s too late. In addition to Do-it-Yourself guided interview tools, families now have options to purchase professionally created multimedia legacy books and biographical videos. The professional Legacy Stories StoryKeepers will conduct the interviews and produce high-quality digital memoirs that provide an invaluable legacy for future generations.
“Even with all the technology readily available today, too many people miss the opportunity of capturing the family history due to time constraints or simply lacking the knowledge of how to conduct a legacy interview,” said Charles Napier, CEO at Legacy Stories. “Legacy Stories offers families a way to not only save their history but to do it in a way that preserves the voice and life milestones of their loved ones.”
Legacy Stories invites everyone, especially elder caregivers to explore the new website and try out features like the free Legacy Archives, the Memories of my Life Guidebook, the Talking Photos Momento, or the Family Story Saver. Legacy Stories resources and professional videos make high-value gifts for their elders and family members.
With a variety of tools and services available, Legacy Stories makes it easier for families to preserve their history and special memories before they are gone.
About Legacy Stories:
Legacy Stories was founded in 2008 with the goal of creating a way to preserve family history through the stories of ordinary people. Legacy Stories believes everyone deserves to be remembered.
Legacy Stories believes the best way to achieve this is to record the unique voice and life experiences of family elders.
In 2021, Charles Napier became the CEO of Legacy Stories. Mr. Napier is a graduate of the University of Virginia and has an MBA from Northwestern University. He has a career background in innovation with large corporations such as Amazon.com and start-ups within the digital sector.
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