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Wednesday, June 20, 2001
Replace your Scratched DVDs and Game Discs


Skippy Disc has come to the rescue of expensive DVDs and game discs that get tossed onto the scratched pile. Based in Peoria, Arizona, Skippy Disc offers its disc resurfacing service at an affordable $3 per disc. For rental companies and general consumers alike, this is a substantial cost-saving alternative to replacing damaged DVDs and games discs that could easily cost ten times that amount or more.

Video rental companies that are making the gradual switch from VHS tapes to DVDs are faced with an increase in scratched discs that won't play. Skippy Disc ensures that the damaged discs are repaired quickly and back on the display shelves where they are available to rent. The wear and tear from customers' use of rented DVDs and game discs share a similar plight. The damage to the not-so-indestructible play side of these expensive compact discs can slowly take its toll on a company's profit margin.

Compensating customers for their inconvenience when they return a disc they rented which was not playable, and then removing that disc from the store's rentable inventory slows income. For rental company owners, using a service like Skippy Disc is smart economics. The rental companies are not the only victims of damaged compact discs. Many consumers are relying on Skippy Disc to restore their own scratched compact discs that have piled up over the years.

For the CD resale market, Skippy Disc is like having a silent, tech-savvy business partner, and the effects go straight to the bottom line.


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