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Monthly Archives: June 2013

Business tips with Raymond Lousia

Go for the big entertainment companies. They already have the connections you need and can help jumpstart your business, if you develop a good relationship. Another strategy that has really worked for Raymond is using a designer to create customized backgrounds for events. Read More

TapSnap does grad

Portland franchisee Scott Farestrand had four graduations in just one week. And he’s not the only one. Graduation parties of all shapes and sizes are using TapSnap to capture the memories of a lifetime. Read about grad parties in New York, Park City and Portland. Read More

TapSnap Johnny Vice takes on Miami, scores Irie Weekend celebrity party

Miami-based Gian Recondo  and  Jean Rodriguez  are brothers-in-law who were both starting their families and yearning for the additional security of a second business when they came across TapSnap. “We’re… Read More

Golf Channel chooses TapSnap for US Open event

The Golf Channel invited TapSnap to celebrate the US Open in style earlier this month. TapSnap gave event guests a chance to pretend they were getting their photo taken at the US Open, while they watched the event live on the big screens at the Xfinity Live! entertainment venue in Philadelphia. Read More

TapSnap franchisee ready to grow after just two months in business

Raymond and Anita Lousia have only been in business for two months – and they have already hired employees and are looking to expand. Detroit is turning out to be a mecca for event entertainment. In just one weekend, they had five events. Two machines just aren’t enough anymore. Read More

TapSnap phototainment takes North America with nearly 50 franchises launched

The TapSnap phototainment franchise went nationwide this June, having launched in nearly 50 regions across North America over the previous three months. From the bright lights of New York City… Read More

Introducing TapSnap’s hip, national TV commercial

The beat is strong, the vibe is contagious, and event guests are smiling from ear to ear in TapSnap’s new TV commercial, which will run on national cable this June. Read More

She started with her comfort zone

Kim Deimling started her TapSnap franchise by marketing to her comfort zone – events for schools and children. That’s where she had the most connections as a PTA leader and substitute teacher with two teenage girls of her own. Read More

Social media power in action with TapSnap

There are two sides to TapSnap. There’s the fun, exciting phototainment sensation that is helping event and wedding guests have a blast across North America. And then there’s the serious social media strategist, who can help transform an event into a social media success. Read More