Photo Booth Business

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PhotoMe Chemical Booth Clearance on ebay

The booths are priced cheaply according to their normal rates, but who wants to lug around a machine that weighs over 900 pounds?  Create immediate fun in your place of business! Our classic photobooth uses proven 50 year old technology that ensures the booth will work efficiently and produce ID-quality color photographs. Photo-Me’s classic booth develops a strip of four photos. The strips are delivered quickly, between 1½ and 3 minutes. Photos from our classic booth are high quality and suitable for passports, driving licenses, student cards, ski passes, travel passes, and tax ID’s. The booth is fitted with illuminated panels to stand out wherever it is located. Available in old fashioned black & white or color photos. Photo-Me is the world’s most widely recognized name in automatic photography, offering customers excellent value for the money! What should I know about owning a Classic PhotoBooth ? Owning a Classic PhotoBooth is owning a unique piece of American History! The Classic PhotoBooth uses chemicals and because it is all electro-mechanical will need a bit more maintenance than a digital machine. With proper service, Classic PhotoBooths last and run well for long periods of time. What is the shelf life of chemicals and film needed for the classic PhotoBooth machine? The shelf life is 5 years (please store in the proper conditions listed on the box) Can the Classic PhotoBooth produce a second copy of the same print? No, the process is direct to the film and the picture being created is one of kind. What kind of power requirement are needed for the Classic PhotoBooth? A basic 115 Volt 15amp outlet is all you need. Dimensions: 60”l x 35”w x 87h” Footprint: 14.58 sq. ft. Power: Standard 110v or 220v 15 amp dedicated circuit, CE approved Materials: Weight: 924 lbs Multiple machines to choose from. Great Condition. Multiple booth colors and types available. Don’t buy a used photo machine from someone unfamiliar with the business. Here you can buy directly from the original source. Call us today for more information. Paper and chemicals also available now at 866-PHOTO-ME (866-746-8663) Buyer to pay for all shipping...

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Should you purchase liability insurance 4 your photo booth rental?

I’ve been in the wedding business a very long time and I’ve yet to hear any photobooths needing a liability insurance claim. But who knows truth is actually stranger than fiction sometimes.  If you are going to rent an older historical venue for your wedding reception be aware that competitors that rent out the vintage booths that literally weight 700 pounds can cause damage to delicate wood or marble floors.  Makes sure the company you rent from has a standard one million dollar liability coverage so if anything does go wrong you can’t be held...

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Photo-Me USA is sold due to poor performance

Photo-Me shares surge on sale of US vending unit Mon Jul 21, 2008 5:43am EDT LONDON, July 21 (Reuters) – Britain’s Photo-Me International (PHTM.L: Quote, Profile, Research, Stock Buzz) added more than ten percent to its market value on Monday, after it sold its loss-making U.S. vending business. Photo-Me, which operates about 21,000 photo booths in railway stations, airports and shopping centres, said the sale of Auto Photo Systems Inc and its unit, Photo-Me USA LLC., would yield a small exceptional profit. Photo-Me shares gained 13 percent to 13.25 pence at 0928 GMT, valuing the entire firm at about 48 million pounds. No financial details were provided, but Photo-Me said the U.S. business, which operated 250 photobooths, or about 1 percent of its group total, made a pre-tax loss of 700,000 pounds ($1.39 million) on revenues of 1.2 million pounds in the fiscal year just ended. Jean-Claude Perrottey, a former employee of Photo-Me, bought the business, the company said. “The USA has always been a limited market for ID photography and US vending has tended to be loss-making in recent years,” Photo-Me said in the statement. “The disposal is part of Photo-Me’s strategy to divest of small, remote and loss-making businesses and to focus on development and diversification of its well-established businesses. “The USA remains an important market for Photo-Me’s equipment sales activities.” (Reporting by Hsu Chuang Khoo; Editing by David Cowell)  This is pretty significant news in the photobooth world. I wonder what will happen to those 250 booths out there?  Maybe they will have some good deals on close out photo booths for...

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