Our Customers in the Press

Read about our customers' experiences using Snapsportz and how it's changed their business. From the east coast, to the west coast, to Hawaii, Snapsportz has played a pivotal role in transforming businesses photo initiatives and generating revenue.

 
 

As seen in Adventure Park Insider.

As seen in Adventure Park Insider.

 

A Snapshot at Photo Systems

 

 Travelers love pictures of themselves doing once-in-a-lifetime activities surrounded by stunning natural landscapes. This cultural trend is a win-win for business: when photo system technologies are integrated into aerial adventure parks and zip line courses, the guests’ desire to see, and share, their photos translates into an uptick in profits for the operation. 

There are several photo systems specifically designed for aerial adventure operations, and all have their benefits, depending on the needs of the operator. The technology has evolved quickly in recent years, as have guest expectations. Advanced photo services are becoming the norm, so parks are making moves to keep up and realize the benefits of what these systems offer. 


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A Camera System to Suit a Guinness World Record

Mike Holder of Historic Banning Mills

Mike Holder, former Special Operations, U.S. Army Ranger, and aviator, helped design and construct zip lines for mountaineering training and combat demonstration purposes around the world. It should come as no surprise then that a former Marine helicopter pilot used to taking it to extremes would apply that same mindset to operating his several businesses. Any small business owner can attest to the difficulties of operating just one buisness. For Mike Holder running a successful hotel and restaurant was not enough. He had to add a world record adventure enterprise to his resume...


As seen in ACCT's Parallel Lines.

As seen in ACCT's Parallel Lines.

 

Lights, Camera, Action at Princeville Ranch Adventures- ACCT

Photos Get Shopped at Princeville Ranch Adventures, Capturing the Action with RFID

Pat Nowak had a wish list.  He wanted to offer action photos of guests as they happily skimmed across one of Princeville Ranch Adventures’ four Zipline tours. And he wanted those photos captured, sorted, cataloged and ready for viewing (and buying) before guests returned from the field. His goal: Satisfying guests’ top request for photos while at the same time generating a new source of revenue....


As seen in Adventure Park Insider.

As seen in Adventure Park Insider.

 

Kualoa Ranch Zips Off the Grid- Adventure Park Insider

As you step off the platform and the world falls away, the balmy Hawaiian air becomes a roar in your ears and the lush, green canopy gives way to a view of the valley floor nearly 100 feet below. It’s a view like nowhere else on earth. Yet for some reason, the scene looks very familiar...


As seen in NSAA Journal.

As seen in NSAA Journal.

 

Brighton Offers Freestylers an Ancillary Stoke, NSAA Journal

Automated Cameras Allow Users to Share Action Photos Through Social Media Outlets

Imagine pulling off a switch back seven air for the first time, but nobody was there to witness it! Had you pulled this euphoric-evoking aerial maneuver in the terrain park at Brighton Ski Resort in Utah, you could have shown the entire world. Thanks to an automated photo system and the creative mind of Ben Kottke, founder and CEO of Snapsportz, Brighton enables its freestyle skiing and riding customers a chance to capture and broadcast their skills via uploads to Facebook, and beyond...


As seen in Transworld Business.

As seen in Transworld Business.

 

Bringing Social Media To The Park With Snapsportz- Transworld Business

Tapping into people’s vanity is an age old business model that really hit the after burners with the advent of social media. Users share over a billion pieces of content daily on Facebook alone, an increasing number of which are photos of themselves and friends...


As seen in BNQT.

As seen in BNQT.

 

Nike BMX Throws Down- BNQT

Nike knows how to throw a party. Last weekend Nike held their BMX Night Jam in Los Angeles, California. My favorite part of the weekend? When my friend Ana who was meeting me there asked, “Casual or dressy”, to which I said “It’s in the LA river. Downtown”. To which she said “Ok. Casual.” Honestly when I heard about the event I was pumped. Everyone has seen the Nike Just Do It campaign – surfers riding in a black ocean, snowboarders riding at midnight with stadium lighting and fireworks.. And the event downtown LA did not disappoint...