LifeBio Commemorates Tenth Anniversary
LifeBio, the nation’s leading autobiography and legacy company, is celebrating its tenth anniversary with an open house and the launching of the LifeBio Road of Life Adventure national tour.
LifeBio, the nation’s leading autobiography and legacy company, is celebrating its tenth anniversary.
Since opening on March 6, 2000, LifeBio has helped nearly 20,000 people tell their life stories. LifeBio enables people of all ages to have a private place to share life stories, upload pictures and create customized memory books using LifeBio.com, the Memory Journal and various autobiographical tools and services. LifeBio, recipient of the 2010 Union County Small Business Award, will also release The Story of My Treasures to mark this special milestone.
“Our national and international success would not be possible without the continued support of our valued customers,” said LifeBio founder and CEO Beth Sanders.
Sanders formed LifeBio after an impromptu interview with her grandmother in 1993. She discovered that everyone has a story to tell, and made it her mission to help others share their stories.
“There are so many ordinary, yet extraordinary, people with rich and complex life experiences lying dormant, just waiting to be uncovered,” said Sanders, author of the Memory Journal. “Once the reminiscence process has begun, it’s truly amazing to see what invaluable stories and memories are revealed.” LifeBio provides more than 250 structured questions to make it easy for people to write and autobiography.
LifeBio will host an open house Thursday, March 11, 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM at LifeBio headquarters in Uptown Marysville, Ohio, 232 N. Main St., Suite 2J. Sanders currently resides in Marysville with her husband and two children. To learn more about LifeBio, please visit www.lifebio.com.
Founded in 2000, LifeBio is the nation’s leading legacy company, helping to preserve relationships and memories that last for generations. The LifeBio product and service line includes the Memory Journal, LifeBio 101 Classes, the LifeBio Video Recording Kit, MemoryBio Photo Album and Journal, The Great Story and Your Story and much more. These invaluable tools help fight against ageism, improve intergenerational relationships and help people redefine their lives through self-discovery.
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