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UV&S to Attend Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA) Conference

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CONTACT INFORMATION:

Nancy Young, Marketing

Underground Vaults & Storage, Inc.

(P) 620-662-6769 ext. 210 (F) 620-662-8871

(E) nancy.young@undergroundvaults.com

DATE: October 27, 2008

HEAD: UV&S to Attend Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA) Conference 2008

Hutchinson, Kan- Underground Vaults and Storage (UV&S) will be an exhibitor at the Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA) Conference to be held November 12th-15th at the Savannah Marriott Riverfront Hotel. The AMIA Annual Conference brings together the largest gathering of moving image archivists in North America. This conference will allow opportunities for persons involved in the preservation and care of moving images to share information, meet colleagues, and learn about the latest developments in the industry.

Visit with a representative from UV&S at booth # 107. Register for your chance to win your very own digital camera at our booth! Learn more about why UV&S is an industry leader in the storage of movie films, data tapes, and business records.

We hope to see you at AMIA 2008 this year in Savannah, Georgia.

Underground Vaults & Storage Inc. (UV&S), a privately-held information and records management company established in 1959, operates 3 underground and 3 above ground secure storage facilities. It is perhaps known best for storing millions of items including movie films, data tapes, and paper records, within a 650 foot deep salt mine in Kansas. Clients from across the United States and around the world entrust important records, data, and assets to Underground Vaults & Storage.

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Underground Vaults & Storage, Inc.

906 N. Halstead

Hutchinson, KS 67504-1723

www.undergroundvaults.com