TapSnap is a Community Player

Photo from a Big Brothers/Big Sisters event served by TapSnap franchisee Michelle Mailloux of TapSnap 1054

TapSnap plays an active role in the communities it serves. Franchisees align themselves and their TapSnap business with individuals and organizations that make society a better place. In return, TapSnap has gained the trust and attention of brand advocates and important players in the industry.

Organizations enjoy working with TapSnap because the custom photos serve as a great branding tool that helps sponsors gain exposure during and after events. TapSnap’s corporate office equips business owners with the training and support they need to help create and foster community partnerships.

For TapSnap franchisees, participation in such events has proven to generate leads and event opportunities. This involvement has also helped position TapSnap as an exceptional brand with unlimited potential for giving back to local communities.

Take a look at the quotes below from TapSnap business owners who reflect on their work that’s made a different in local communities.

“My favorite event was a Christmas event we did for CASA Jefferson, a community organization whose mission is to break the cycle of child abuse and neglect. The event was paid for by some of the New Orleans Saints football players and they provided Christmas for children in the community that were less fortunate. This was not our biggest event, but the one that definitely had the most impact.”

– Jose Areizaga, owner of TapSnap in Puerto Rico.


“Our most notable events of which we are proud include our own Community Goodwill and partnerships with The American Heart Association and Go Red For Women, Children’s Miracle Network and the WSU Shockerthon and HeartSpring – Lights On The Lake Kick-Off party. We already have events planned again for 2014 with some of these organizations and are adding Death by Chocolate, a benefit for Exploration Place.”

–Rogier Chapon, West Witchita


“So far, my favorite event has been the Safe Harbor Fashion With A Passion because I consider them my partner charity. I’m keen on businesses of all sizes making it a point to give back to their communities, and Safe Harbor’s mission is near and dear to my heart as I’ve had a close family member experience a period of domestic abuse.”

–Brian Pisor, owner of TapSnap in upstate South Carolina and south-western North Carolina.


“One of my first events that I did was one of my favorites. It was a charity event with Big Brothers/Big Sisters, and the pictures we took of the kids were awesome.”

– Michelle Mailloux, owner of TapSnap in Rockingham County, New Hampshire and Essex County, Massachusetts.