New Face Place Photobooth Art Celebrates Land Of Free, Home Of Brave

by Apple Industries Press Release
Posted On: 7/1/2016

  • Printer Friendly Version
  • Decrease Text SizeIncrease Text Size
  • PDF

TAGS: Face Place photo booth, Apple Industries, photo booth graphics, photo booth holiday art, vending, Allen Weisberg


Source: Apple Industries Inc. | Released July. 1, 2016

Face Place photo booth GREENVALE, NY, July 1, 2016 -- Operators of Face Place photobooths from Apple Industries have been given new art and graphics in the form of updated borders for the 4th of July holiday to help more than double their cashbox. The photobooth juggernaut's creative department worked to give all customers new holiday options for this upcoming weekend. The company is urging all Face Place operators to promote this update and get people inside our booths to celebrate the holiday. The promotional campaign is automatic and free to all Face Place operators.

Holiday revenue spikes are nothing new to Allen Weisberg, CEO of Apple Industries. Past holiday weekends, in which Face Place released corresponding graphics such as photo frames, borders and themes, saw earnings spike as much as 110% higher than a typical weekend. What's more, operators didn't have to lift a finger -- or spend a dime -- to make it happen. Frequent art package updates are downloaded automatically to all Face Place booths that run on the Smile 2.0 operating system and have Internet connection enabled.

"Apple continually downloads new art packages to networked Face Place equipment in order to drive more holiday business," said Weisberg. This Independence Day, just seeing Face Place units on location reminded customers that they could celebrate the land of the free with photos and share those photos to commemorate the day-- all from the booth's touchscreen interface. As soon as a customer begins the process of taking pictures, the themed borders automatically pop up as the first option for all Smile 2.0 photobooths.

"We have discovered when customers see our fun holiday borders and in-picture art, they come back and take more photos," noted Apple executives.

"Apple's business model links our success to the success of our operators," declared Allen Weisberg. "After the initial sale we don't make money unless the operator makes money, because we supply the paper that Face Place booths use to vend those beautiful prints. You may pay more for film, but when you make $150 to $200 more on just one holiday, it more than covers the cost. That's why we promote holiday business so aggressively with a steady stream of downloads for new art and graphics."

ABOUT: Apple Industries Inc. is the world's leading provider of consumer digital imaging solutions for retail environments. Apple Industries manufactures, markets and sells the award winning line of Face Place digital photobooths. Face Place photobooths contain Smile 2.0 software that allows customers to purchase photo strips, 4x6 photos, and to share their photos directly from the photobooths by email, Facebook or Twitter. Apple Industries has been in the photo, vending, coin-operated machine and event planning industries for more than 30 years. The company's website is; the telephone number is (516) 619-8000.

Information contained on this page is provided by the company via press release distributed by the company, organization, agency or other "source." Vending Times Inc. and make no warranties or representations in connection therewith.