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Photo booth evidence of a GIANT love for Texas!

Do you love our state this much?  You may need to get into an open-air booth to outdo these two...

Yeah, the Mexican American Legislative Caucus threw quite the party last month.  They sure knew how to work their props and support their cause!

Thanks so much to Laurie Roberts for calling us in to capture the evening.  It sure was fun!

The MALC

This group was founded in 1973 in order to serve the Texas House of Representatives and voice matters of interest for the Mexican-American people in our state.  They bring issues to the table regarding Texas' large Latino population and vote cohesively to get their platforms through into action.  Plus, they sure know how to let loose and have fun for their cause! ;)

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You WISH your weekend looked this good!

The Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center just really knew what they were doing at their party a few weeks back...

...we can't help but to keep fawning!

Your weekend could look just as epic in a photo booth.  Give us a holler today to bring us out to your next get-together, and keep memories like this forever!

Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center

This place has been around in Fort Hood since World War II, giving it a rich history of service that not many medical centers can boast.  Since its humble beginnings, the center has grown to service hundreds of thousands of active-duty soldiers as well as their families and veterans.  Handling over 4,000 emergency visits per day alone, the CRDAMC can use all the help it can get. That's why they throw fundraisers like the one we got to go to - community is vitally important to supporting such an efficient and large service hospital!  We are extremely grateful for the clinicians who work there to serve their country daily.

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Smile for a great cause on World Refugee Day!

Say Cheese! was so thrilled to work with The Red Cross on World Refugee Day at the Bob Bullock Museum.  It was a day celebrating the good we can do in the world together, for sure!

We stood with these lovely ladies, and many other beautiful people, to be #WithRefugees to bring awareness to this cause headed by the Red Cross.  We are very thankful to Reihaneh Hajibeiji for calling us to join in for this wonderful day of awareness.

World Refugee Day

The UN Secretary General António Guterres described this day, June 20th, as being "about sharing a global responsibility based... on the broad idea of our common humanity."  The #WithRefugees petition campaign began in 2016 to show governments that they support those forced to flee.  The hashtag was used this year to continue that support and awareness.  

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Bring together ALL your friends in a photo booth for a great cause!

The folks at the Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center nonprofit gig last week sure took this advice seriously.  We're not sure if we've ever seen such a big group photo from our open-air cameras - and definitely not from any traditional booths!  Open-air setups offer such a huge variety of pictures (and people!) to capture.  It sure is a fun time in one of them!

Simon Sarskian sure got a great group together at Jack's Barn in Weatherstone.  They totally coordinated all these photos to be epic and that's kinda what it's all about, right?

Thanks, Simon, for letting us help such an awesome organization.

Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center

This place has been around in Fort Hood since World War II, giving it a rich history of service that not many medical centers can boast.  Since its humble beginnings, the center has grown to service hundreds of thousands of active-duty soldiers as well as their families and veterans.  Handling over 4,000 emergency visits per day alone, the CRDAMC can use all the help it can get. That's why they throw fundraisers like the one we got to go to - community is vitally important to supporting such an efficient and large service hospital!  We are extremely grateful for the clinicians who work there to serve their country daily.

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Even a Caucus can be fun in a photo booth!

The Mexican-American Minority Legislative Caucus sure showed the rest of the Texas representatives how to make the workplace a whole lot more fun last week at their nonprofit event on 12th Street.

Look at that Austin pride!  We sure loved joining their efforts to serve their constituents more effectively at this event.  Thanks for hooking us up, Laurie Roberts!

The MALC

This group was founded in 1973 in order to serve the Texas House of Representatives and voice matters of interest for the Mexican-American people in our state.  They bring issues to the table regarding Texas' large Latino population and vote cohesively to get their platforms through into action.  Plus, they sure know how to let loose and have fun for their cause! ;)

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Smiles as big as the Lone Star!

Our photo booths bring happiness to whatever event they're invited to.  Just look at these two cheesin' it up at the Lone Star Circle of Care nonprofit event that went down at San Gabriel Park in Georgetown last week!

If that's not good fun, we don't know what is!  Their props even compliment each other so perfectly.  We love seeing the best brought out in people when they get in front of a camera, especially at events that benefit a cause like Lone Star Circle of Care.  Big thank-you to Raquel Luna for bringing us north to be in on this one!

Lone Star Circle of Care

Serving as a non-profit "safety net" to central Texans, Lone Star Circle of Care (LSCC) is an extremely well-rounded health services organization committed to serving underinsured patients.  LSCC is supported by numerous partners and grantors who see the need of those that don't have enough health coverage to meet their health requirements.  By providing services from pediatrics to senior care, dental to behavioral and general medicine, LSCC ensures that those without insurance don't have to be without access to doctors.  This is a truly revolutionary organization that is changing the way health care works, all thanks to events and donors like this one! 

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Fun in the sun and an open air photo booth!

Can anyone really even compete with how great this group looks?  Those hats, though!

We love our open-air photo booths for this very reason: more room for more fun!  Squeeze even more people into this shot than in a traditional booth (although we know some of you do try to fit 10 people in a regular one...) Get higher quality pictures, more costumes, and more smiles out of these babies.  The people of The Ferrari Kid sure agree!

The Ferrari Kid

Founded by a man named Manny, this nonprofit seeks to help kids who undergo extreme medical conditions the chance to feel like rockstars.  Manny endured 48 surgeries in the span of 3 1/2 years beginning at just age 7.  One thing that stood out to him was when he finally had to go to a plastic surgeon, saw a Ferrari, and the owner let him take a picture with it.  Now an adult, Manny seeks to help other children get that same feeling.

The way he does this is by offering services like a Ferrari ride, aa "red carpet experience," and paparazzi for a child.  This organization raises money each year to make as many kids feel special as possible.  There is a nomination tab on their site for a child you may know that deserves the rock star treatment, and a gallery of past events that changed lives.  Smiling is often undervalued - and Manny seeks to create as many positive outcomes as possible by simply making kids feel special!

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The Ferrari Kid gets charitable in a photo booth

What a cool way to raise some money for an awesome nonprofit... order a photo booth and get a-cheesin' at your party!

We love getting to help awesome groups like this reach their monetary goals to help those in need.  And The Ferrari Kid is totally a great cause!  Thank you Dona Morrow for including us.

The Ferrari Kid

Founded by a man named Manny, this nonprofit seeks to help kids who undergo extreme medical conditions the chance to feel like rockstars.  Manny endured 48 surgeries in the span of 3 1/2 years beginning at just age 7.  One thing that stood out to him was when he finally had to go to a plastic surgeon, saw a Ferrari, and the owner let him take a picture with it.  Now an adult, Manny seeks to help other children get that same feeling.

The way he does this is by offering services like a Ferrari ride, aa "red carpet experience," and paparazzi for a child.  This organization raises money each year to make as many kids feel special as possible.  There is a nomination tab on their site for a child you may know that deserves the rock star treatment, and a gallery of past events that changed lives.  Smiling is often undervalued - and Manny seeks to create as many positive outcomes as possible by simply making kids feel special!

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