Operators of Face Place Photo Booths from Apple Industries got a big fat treat from the company this year: $100 to $200 in extra earnings over the fright-filled weekend. What’s more, operators didn’t have to lift a finger – or spend a dime — to make it happen.
Earnings spiked as much as 110% higher than a typical weekend with help from new Halloween art and graphics such as photo frames, borders and themes. Frequent art package updates are downloaded automatically to all Face Place booths that run on the Smile 2.0 operating system.
“Apple continually downloads new art packages to Smile 2.0 networked Face Place equipment in order to drive more holiday business,” said COO Scott Avery. “There’s another popular holiday practically every month of the year, and we support them with new graphics from New Year’s Eve to Valentine’s Day to Saint Patrick’s Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, and of course Christmas.”
As soon as a customer begins the process of formatting pictures, the themed borders automatically pop up as the first option for all photo booths via the advanced Smile 2.0 Network.
“Apple’s business model links our success to the success of our operators,” declared Avery. “We have discovered when customers see our fun holiday borders and in-picture art, they come back and take more photos. We have been uploading holiday themed graphics for years, and our operators can continue to look forward to a bewitching treat in their cashbox for every Halloween to come!”