Sales Week Report

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Section A: Description of Products and Services.
We are offering photobooth services during the sales week. We provide 2 themes every day. For each of the products and services listed will be further detailed as following:
1. Disney (fixed theme)
Disney announced a change in their photography policy, or rather a return to an old policy: non-Disney photographers will now be allowed to photograph for events. For the last five years or so, if you were getting married in the park or any photo booth session, you had to use a photographer provided by Disney Fine Art Photography. This caused problems for some peoples who either were very attached to a particular non-Disney photographer’s style or who had a bad experience with the photographer that was assigned to them by Disney. So, it’s exciting that the pool has opened back up and peoples now have more choices. Hopefully, this will lead to more in-any social events. this is information that I’ve pulled from the Disney Fairy Tale Event Facebook page.
2.Sports
The idea of sports theme come up after we collaborate with the group that selling Aimst jersey. The main objective of this idea is to attract customer buy jersey and at the same time will get special offer at our photo booth. On sports theme. This theme not only attracted many customers to visit to jersey booth but at the same time attract customer to visit our photo booth. On this theme we provide a few prop such as ball, hailer and etc.
3. Paris
"The Streets of Paris" deals with the humanistic traditions of street photography. Customer will be expected to think not only in terms of single images in a fine art sense, but will be highly encouraged to think of the notion of telling a story with a group of pictures. Customer will be encouraged to photograph the life of Paris , as well as the environment and visual landscape of the city. We provide services…...

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