We had a great time at the MEA NSW EoY party and the guests had a great time with The Ultimate Selfie. Well let’s face it TUS absolutely went off with around 1500 images uploaded to Facebook as guests rode the Vespa to Paris, Rome and Belgrade.
Now looking forward to The Ultimate Selfie studio making its way to your event!
No matter where you are holding your Melbourne Cup function you can take your guests to Flemington via the magic of The Ultimate Selfie.
By utilising our green screen technology your guests can take a selfie in front of the famous Flemington finish post and then within minutes go to your Facebook page to tag themselves.
The Ultimate Selfie is available in Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne and Adelaide.
Your special Ultimate Melbourne Cup Selfie package is only $1250 (incl GST) and includes full green screen studio set-up and uploads to the Facebook page of your choice (we can also host the album on the TUS Facebook page).
Book and pay for your package before 10th October and we will send you a bottle of Champagne to get you prepared for the day.
The conference dinner was held at the National Arboretum. Guest speaker, John Mackay, Chairman of the Strategic Advisory Board of the National Arboretum,explained to the delegates how the forest came about following the devastating 2003 bushfires that ravaged the area.
Following the dinner we took the opportunity to introduce The Ultimate Selfie to the guests – it proved to be a hit as you can see from the Facebook album posted during the event!
The weather forecast for Canberra all last week was for thunderstorms. There had been one all week. Then came Saturday – same forecast – same ominous clouds. But would the lack of storms during the week indicate that we would be lucky?
The radar showed a storm cell sitting to the east of Canberra – and it stayed there all afternoon. So at 5 PM we opted to set-up the studio. At 5.30 the guests started to arrive and a number of them took to the studio.
Then the rain came and Diner en Blanc turned looked like turning into Diner on Bus as the guests took shelter in their transport.
We packed up the studio.
Then the party moved to the Canberra Centre.
We had dinner and looked at resetting the studio. The media wall was still back by the lake somewhere so we found a suitable wall, set up again and went into action.
There was supposed to be an announcement to let people know that we were there – but we didn’t need it because a queue formed very quickly and the buzz soon got around.