Apple Industries Wins Innovator Award at Amusement Expo 2016
Apple Industries came away from the recent Amusement Expo International 2016 with several prestigious awards, including the Amusement & Music Operators Association (AMOA) Innovator Award for Apple's new Face Place Smile 2.0 Product Fulfillment Program; and Play Meter magazine's Operators' Choice Award for Best Photo Booth, accorded to the entire Apple Face Place line of products.
The Product Fulfillment Program from Apply Industries is a system that turns every networked Face Place Photo Booth into an online retail store for orders of personalised products such as T-shirts, coffee mugs, or key chains fearturing customer photos taken in the booth.
"On behalf of our entire team at Apple, we are honored and grateful to receive this outstanding recognition from AMOA and from Play Meter," said CEO Allen Weisberg. "Our people work non-stop to ensure that Face Place Photo Booths are not only the best on the market but are continually improving. We work just as hard to make sure that our marketing, technology, and logistical support keeps getting better and better so that operator revenues follow a steady up-curve."
"Getting this twin tribute at one trade show both from AMOA and from the operators, as certified by Play Meter, is tremendously exciting and encouraging," said Apple COO Scott Avery. "It's great to know that our friends, colleagues, and customers feel that we're doing something right in a big way."
Apple Industries is continually expanding its Face Place line with exciting new products to give more options to venues and greater experiences to customers. Recent additions to their photo booth range include the super-sized Photo Studio Deluxe, designed for large FECs and nightclubs, which acts like a "movie studio on location" for six to eight customers to make group photos and videos.
Speaking about the awards, Weisberg said, "It gives us fresh enthusiasm to keep pushing forward on all fronts to make Face Place the best long-term investment an operator can possibly make."