They say that the two happiest days of a Lexus owner’s life are the days that they buy their car and the days they trade their car for a newer Lexus.
If that’s the case, then Lexus of New Orleans must make a lot of people happy! Being one of premier dealers of new and used Lexus in New Orleans and Baton Rouge, these folks are the dictionary definition of friendly and professional! That’s why we were so happy when they called us to run a corporate booth at their employee Christmas party held at the Chicory in Downtown New Orleans. It’s not enough for Front Row Photo Booth to be voted one of New Orleans best photo booth service. We love being recognized by our business community as the go-to place to spice up any corporate event with friendly, fast, and reliable service.
One of our attendants, Steve, ran this event flawlessly! Guests love him for his cheerful demeanor. Seriously, he can make even the grumpiest Grinch smile, which is exactly the thing you want for a photo booth attendant!
Our corporate partners love Front Row Photo Booth for a bunch of reasons.
•The booth’s produce amazing image quality
•We can incorporate your brand logo into the photo strip designs
•The pictures can be sent directly to your phone through SMS
•Encourage your attendees to upload to their social media using a custom hashtag and watch your event trend, and your social media followers grow!
Our Christmas-themed photo booth props were a hit! People loved getting even more into the spirit with miniature Christmas trees and ornament headbands, along with reindeer and snowman props. And we love watching people gravitate towards our booth and their faces light up with all the creative possibilities. That’s the best part of a photo booth. Watching people have fun! Either way, Lexus of New Orleans had the right idea to help break up the winter doldrums at their event. All of their employees loved the booth along with the live band, dancing, food and drinks.
Ok, so maybe the best day in a Lexus owner’s life would be getting a new Lexus under their Christmas tree! That would be a December to Remember!