It’s Winter, and it’s cold out there. Are you suffering from exposure? We hope not. But our photo cutout boards give your business all the exposure it needs – in a good way.
Photo Cutouts face in the hole boards are brightening up Winter around the country. Here are three examples of how they are adding festive cheer to venues at their Christmas events.
1. Lee Valley White Water Centre
The 2012 London Olympics water sports venue have 3 Photo Cutouts boards in action at their Ice Rink & Christmas Market:
2. The Elveden Estate Winter Experience
This well-known venue in Suffolk, on the edge of a large pine forest, is famous for providing Christmas trees to locals. The trees are delivered on carts by big fluffy Newfoundland dogs! How cool is that?
They went for our Snow Globe as well – it’s proving popular this year. It is currently gracing their outdoor Winter Experience, proving that our boards are weatherproof and can withstand event the recent weather with no problem.
3. Thetford Garden Centre
Our Christmas boards are popular with garden centres who hold Santa’s grotto and Christmas events.
Thetford Garden Centre is busy during the festive season selling stoves and firewood to keep homes warm. We made them a custom Christmas board which they are using in a promotional campaign with the hashtag #thetfordgcselfie.
Here are some customers’ photos from social media as they get their post up under the #thetfordgcselfie hashtag to try and win a Christmas hamper!
It’s a good example of a social media campaign using a face in the hole board from Photo Cutouts. It generates exposure and awareness for the brand out there on the internet, as well as fun and engagement at the actual event itself!
Have a look at our Christmas range here, our custom photo cutout board page here or give us a call on 0845 0570321.
Christmas is one of the times of year when our photo cutout boards really shine. They add extra sparkle and fun to festive events and increase engagement. A colourful, vivid photo cutout board is ideal for interacting with the public at conferences and expos, corporate events, charity events, retail stores, marketing events, theatres, art galleries, awards ceremonies and the many other events that take place every November and December.
We’ve created some unique new designs for 2017 that you won’t find anywhere else. Boost the buzz at your Christmas event! The new designs are on our website and are proving popular, with hires going out as we write this. If you want to grow your presence and engagement with the public this Christmas, you need a photo cutout board. We’re ready to talk to you on 08450 570321! Or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’ve given the Christmas range a makeover with a fresh and up-to-date design style.
The choice of how many face holes is yours. In this new design below, you can have Rudolf or Elf cut out or both. Just ask us and we’ll make it the way you like. For children at a Santa’s grotto, for example, you might prefer to have just the elf cut out, because it’s at a better height for kids.
As for custom Christmas boards with your own design or one created by us, check out our custom boards page for more info. As an example, here’s a festive board we made for InternetMatters.org for use at TalkTalk’s offices over the Christmas period.
Did you know the world’s first Santa’s Grotto was in Lewis’s Bon Marche Department store in Liverpool, England in 1879?
With the festive season fast approaching and the emphasis very much on the big man himself, why not welcome Santa to your store this Christmas?
What better way to celebrate the season than encouraging your customers to share in the fun of Christmas with a fun, festive photo board.
Our festive themed photo boards can be bought straight from our online store or branded with your logos, #hashtags or corporate message and used in your marketing campaigns – giving you significant exposure.
Have you been a good boy / girl this year?
If you have been good this year, this is a great opportunity to have your photo captured on Santa’s knee!! Why not hire a board for use in your venue this festive season?