Valentine’s Day boost for Apple Industries’ Face Place

Valentine’s Day has become a multi-billion-dollar business, with approximately $18.2 billion spent on cards, candies, flowers and similar items. In recent years, world leading photo booth manufacturer Apple Industries has helped its operators to capitalise on the Valentine’s Day excitement.

Face Place photo booth, for example,are helping operators to cash in with new Valentine’s Day art that allows users to print love-themed photos or create custom online greeting cards. Face Place photo booth owners saw a boost of 100% in sales last year thanks to the Valentine’s Day art updates and their own marketing efforts. With a Face Place photo booth, users can choose from a variety of romantic backgrounds and print romantic photo strips or send personalized greeting cards to the ones they love.

To help photo booth owners increase sales, the Face Place photo booths automatically display the Valentine’s Day art to consumers as they walked by the booth. This enticement becomes more effective in the lead-up to Valentine’s Day and even more so on Valentine’s Day itself. The updates for artwork are loaded directly into the Smile 2.0 software, so operators do not have to worry about making their machines ready for the holiday crowds.

“Couples love kissing in front of a camera on Valentine’s Day,” says Apple CEO Allen Weisberg. “What better way to show someone how much they mean to you than with a customized, online Valentine’s Day card? They also make great greeting cards to send to family members and close friends as well,” Weisberg noted.

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