Here at TapSnap we’ve got a lot to be grateful for this Thanksgiving. We’ve been having tons of fun and it just keeps getting better. All across the continent we’ve had the chance to be part of thousands of wonderful, once-in-a-lifetime moments — weddings, graduations, anniversaries, bar mitzvahs and more.

TapSnap CEO Scott McInnes started TapSnap because he believes business should be fun. We say that TapSnap is more than a photo booth, it’s an experience, one that brings people closer together. At the end of the night, it’s not just the wonderful photos you have, but the fun you have taking them together.

TapSnap moves emotions

“I’ve never been involved in a company like this before,  one that evokes a sense of happiness and thankfulness and excitement – that it actually moves emotions,” says Shreveport, LA-based franchisee Ryan Wooley. “It seems to me that TapSnap takes the energy at an event and multiplies it, causes it to bubble up and gets other people engaged and excited.”

Jose Areizaga

Jose Areizaga, who is the operations manager for Ryan’s franchise, says, “We are running a business. It is about the bottom line. But at the end of the day, when you have events and clients say they love what you did, it gives you a sense of pride and accomplishment that people loved it. That makes it worth it, it puts everything in perspective.”

Charlotte, N.C.-based franchisee Jennifer Weintraub wrote on her Facebook wall: “This is why we love doing TapSnap” after someone wrote this comment on her wall about TapSnap at their class reunion:  “Those pictures from TapSnap are priceless. I am so pissed I didn’t take more pictures with more classmates. We have created a everlasting memory of old friends having a wonderful time…”

Whole generations in one picture

We’ve seen entire generations of families, whole offices of colleagues, entire sports teams squeezed into one photo. TapSnap franchisee Carol McCue says one of her favorite moments was when: “Three generations of a family took their photo together – the grandparents, the parents and the grandchildren. I printed it out and gave it to them and they were so happy. I just really felt pleased to have been there and been a part of helping people make memories,” she says.

That’s what we’re doing with TapSnap, creating memories and bringing people together in pictures that become more than the sum of their parts.

So thank you TapSnap, for all of those magical moments, the smiles, all the laughter, all the friends and all the love. Let’s keep sharing the joy of phototainment!

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