PHOENIX - ABC15 is expanding its search to find the nearly 200 couples who never received their wedding video from a Valley-based business that shuttered its doors without fulfilling its promise.
We first told you about our story last week after freelance editors dropped off three massive hard drives and several DVDs full of weddings shot here in Arizona and across the country.
There were no phone numbers and few names attached to the video, but all were tied to Valley-based company Urbane Wedding, which months earlier had closed its doors without ever delivering the paid-for videos.
Miss our investigation? Read more about it in our special section .
On Friday, we turned up the volume on our megaphone and took our Let Joe Know investigation to ABC’s Good Morning America for some national attention. Watch the video in the player above.
Our team is now working to reunite the nearly 200 missing memories with their brides and grooms, but we need help to make it happen.
If you know someone who hired Urbane Wedding to shoot their special day, but never received the video, please fill out this form and our team will do what we can to help reunite the couple with their video.
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