Custom license plates for trade show were a perfect tie in! Parking Ops at DFW Airport Rocks! License plates for trade shows is one of our specialties. We recently had the privilege of making license plates in the trade show booth of SKIDATA, the world market leader in access and revenue management, at the International Parking and Mobility Institutes annual convention and expo (#IPMI2019). It was held at the Anaheim Convention Center right next to Disneyland in California. While you may have never heard of SKIDATA (we hadn’t) it’s likely that you’ve used their products as their software and hardware is the backbone of major parking facilities for cities, airports (DFW, ATL, PHX) and more. If you’ve ever parked a vehicle in a place that charges you for it – chances are good that SKIDATA has been a part of that experience. CJ and Kim ready to put your name on license plates One of their products provides license plate recognition (LPR) for the parking industry. This allows people to pay for their parking by license plate, and as they approach the gate their plate is recognized, the arm...
We are honored, and humbled, to have Fun Fotos To Go named as the Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities (APCA) “2019 Novelty Function of the Year”. This is a NATIONAL award, voted on by colleges and universities across the US. It’s especially humbling since we primarily service only 1/5 of those states. Our primary focus is on Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana. With the occasional (1-3 times a year) trips to Kansas, Missouri, Tennessee, Iowa, Nebraska, Alabama, Mississippi, and Florida. It’s a major award!!! Thank you so very much to the schools who support and appreciate what we do. We promise to keep up the good work by providing a great quality product, presented by awesome people. We promise to be punctual, do whatever it takes to make it to your events (oh the stories we have) and to be FUN to work with. Now it’s time for the “Thank You’s” We simply would not exist if another company who works with our agent, Everything But The Mime, hadn’t decided that they wanted to focus more regionally (we get that!). Carol (our agent) called...