Pro interview with The Traveling Photo Booth

21 Oct

Wedding photo booths are very much on the top of may brides’ lists, and becoming more popular for parties and other events too! Jacob, of The Traveling Photo Booth was kind enough to share a few words on his business.
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S+S: Describe your photo booth business – what is it, how do you do it?
TTPB: We rent one-of-a-kind photo booths to private events. Our booths print high resolution double photo strips. One copy is for the guest to take home as a party favor and the other is placed into a photo strip guest book by our attendant. Our booths are fully automated, print real photo strips quickly and accomodate small and large groups. Our strips take less than 20 seconds to print, are extremely high resolution and have a retro appeal.

S+S: What are some challenges you face?
TTPB: Our business has grown considerably since we began. The challenge has always been to grow without sacrificing quality and service.

S+S: What is the best part about your business/job?
TTPB: Hearing from previous clients and seeing how much fun they have inside the photo booth.

S+S: Do you have any tips/recommendations to couples who might be considering a photo booth?
TTPB: There’s a wide range of quality and value. Do your homework. Test drive the photo booth. Look closely at the photo strip.

S+S: And the old “stranded on a deserted island” question – what 5 items would you want with you?
TTPB: My wife. My iPod®. Some distress flares. A photo booth. A gun.

S+S:
If you have anything else you’d like to say, here’s your soapbox.
TTPB: With over 750,000 photos under our belt, we still love what we do because our clients love what we do.

Thanks for sharing Jacob!

And here’s a little more eye candy!

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All photos are property of The Traveling Photo Booth. Last photo by Charlotte Geary Photography.

xoxo McKenzie

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One Response to “Pro interview with The Traveling Photo Booth”

  1. Lelan @ Good Gravy! October 21, 2010 at 9:28 pm #

    Oh, how I wish-wish-wish these traveling booths were in my area!

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