TapSnap franchisees continue to command the attention of mainstream media. MLive, the largest news website in Michigan, recently featured Kimberly Kruse’s Grand Rapids TapSnap operation. Kimberly joined forces with her husband, Chris Kruse, and sister, Bethany Sharp, to start and run the TapSnap franchise. Together, the trio is quickly gaining momentum in West Michigan and has participated in multiple events since TapSnap’s spring launch.
Positioning TapSnap as a futuristic photo entertainment, the MLive article spotlights the company’s innovative technology and business model. TapSnap’s cutting-edge, easy to use photo booth technology is constantly sparking the interest of media personalities and consumers alike.
The story also touches on the personal and financial rewards business owners enjoy with TapSnap. Kimberly, who recently left corporate America to begin her TapSnap venture, serves as a reminder of the freedom franchise partners enjoy in operating small business.
Click here to read more about TapSnap West Michigan’s story and the MLive article, “West Michigan ‘TapSnap’ franchise offers twist on the traditional photo booth” (The Grand Rapids Press/MLive.com).