Photo Booth Events this week – Specsavers, Huddle, Samsung and The Mall
Photo booth events this week include a Specsavers Conference at the ICC, Huddle Corporate Party at Centre Parcs, Samsung Bus tour and ‘ Love Is In The Air This Valentines’ special at The Mall in Luton.
Specsavers Conference held in ICC Birmingham
Following Specsavers sponsorship of the RAD Awards at Grosvenor House two weeks ago, the UK’s largest chain of optical retailers held on to their branded taxi photo booth for their annual conference at the ICC.The Specsavers Clinical Conference 2015 featured ophthalmic speakers offering their wealth of knowledge and experience to the practioners.
Huddle ‘Huddle Together’ Corporate Party at Centre Parcs
Established in 2006, Huddle is an international leader in cloud collaboration and content management for the enterprise. Huddle services are used by more than 100,000 organisations worldwide, including SEGA, AKQA, Unilever, P&G and KIA Motors.
Thanks to a wealth of experience within the industry, they’re building one of the most trusted networks for secure cross-organisation collaboration in the cloud.
Samsung Bus Tour
This project is a nationwide tour that recently happened over the festive season when Samsung and 02 joined forces to showcase their most current innovations in their ever-expanding product range.
We provide a photo booth installation inside the bus for visitors to take a home a free keepsake from their visit. Their latest tour will last 2 weeks and travel to popular shopping destinations all over the country. Look out for the giant Samsung bus in a town near you!
Luton Mall – Love Is In The Air This Valentine’s
It wouldn’t be right if there was no mention of Valentine’s Day from the events this week. On the 13th and 14th February, The Mall in Luton is offering free photos on both days in our giant photo cube. That’s not the only offer the Mall has for the two days either, you can make a fabulous homemade Valentine’s Day card for that special someone or get a FREE box of yummy Thornton’s chocolates and a beautiful single red rose when you spend £25 or more in the Mall.
Who said romance was dead?