Oversize sunglasses, novelty hats, or simple smiles bedeck partygoers at weddings, birthdays, and corporate events as they pile into Fox Photo Lounge’s spacious photo booths. Behind the booth’s custom privacy drape, guests strike free-form poses while a modern digital camera clicks color or black-and-white photos. The prints—which can be arranged in single, double, or four-photo layouts—reel out of the printer embossed with the details of the event, helping commemorate the occasion when hosts file them into a complimentary scrapbook or the filing cabinet in their handbags.
Fox Photo Lounge attendants set up all equipment before events and stay on hand for the duration of the rental to ensure a smooth, problem-free evening. In addition to personalized prints and decorative scrapbooks, all photo packages include a USB storage device filled with photos guests can share online or print at home.
The motto at Greenhouse Golf is "Golf 4 to 84," a reference to the 80-year age range that the indoor facility is designed to appeal to. Though it may seem like a bold business model, it's not hard to imagine multiple generations gathering in the sparkling new facility to enjoy multiple forms of golf. Golfers of all ages can perfect their swings in 6 golf simulators, each showcasing more than 50 digital courses, half of which are hole-by-hole recreations of famous links from across the world. And little clubbers can acquaint themselves with the art of putting by choosing one of three virtual 18-hole miniature golf courses. These visually stunning games?an under-the-sea adventure, a deserted island with tropical creatures, and a space odyssey?can be set to different skill levels to accommodate putters of all ages and abilities.
The center maintains its broad appeal while still offering individual services: experienced instructors offer private lessons as well as clinics tailored to all age and ability levels. Greenhouse Golf's loft?a separate section with a kitchenette, seating for up to 120 people, and three 9'x17' screens that can access the Internet?boasts all of the amenities needed for a successful corporate meeting or a party honoring a recently retired golf cart.
When Scott founded Hi-Tech, he had one simple idea: make technology easy for everyone. By conducting one-on-one mobile lessons, Scott helps clients learn the mysteries of their computerized machines through topics such as social-media basics, using email, and how to create documents and spreadsheets. Scott tailors lessons to each individual, ensuring students get information relevant to their own needs—whether they need to sort videos and pictures or manage entertainment applications such as Netflix and Hulu.