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Apple's Face Place Photobooths Go To Bat At 87th MLB All Star Game

Posted On: 7/22/2016

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TAGS: Face Place photo booth, All Star game, photobooth, Apple Industries, San Diego Padres, Petco Park, Major League Baseball, MLB photobooth content license, vending

Face Place photo booth, All Star game SAN DIEGO, CA -- The 2016 Major League Baseball All-Star game offered fans of America's pastime the opportunity to create a visual souvenir of the occasion at a Face Place photobooth. The 87th annual contest in a storied series was played during the schedule break marking the midpoint of the baseball season. This year's game was hosted by the San Diego Padres and played at Petco Park here on July 12.

Apple Industries, which designs and produces Face Place photobooths, signed a license agreement with MLB in 2013 that makes Face Place the officially licensed photobooth of Major League Baseball and the All-Star Game. "Our MLB license has allowed us to manufacture custom photobooths for individual teams, which are featured at their respective ballparks," the company reported.

Baseball fans thronging San Diego for All-Star Week had several opportunities to enjoy Apple Industries' innovative photobooths. American League rooters also enjoyed the final score: the AL notched a 4-2 win, obtaining home field advantage for this year's World Series.