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Locate a Keshot Photo Booth Rental Near You

July 4, 2014
5 mins Read

Find Us Near You – Photo Booth Rental

Keshot Photo Booths is an international social media GIF photo booth company that invented the image-sharing technology behind the digital photo booth in 2001. From our headquarters in Los Angeles, our in-house development and design team integrates cutting-edge and customized features into our photo kiosk, tablet, and professional photographer offerings for both large and small businesses.

Keshot Photo Booths Locations

Los Angeles | New York City | Miami | Las Vegas | Chicago | Orlando | Atlanta | DC  | San Francisco  | San Antonio

Our offices in Los Angeles, New York, Miami, and Las Vegas give us a broad event reach that can deliver a portable photo booth for rent anywhere in the U.S. We are also one of the few photo booth businesses that serve clients worldwide.

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Give your guests the opportunity to create amazing memories and share them on social media with a cutting-edge Las Vegas photo booth rental. With offices in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and New York, our team is available to work with you through every step of your event planning process whether you are hosting a local or destination Las Vegas event. Plus, our brand ambassadors will ensure your guests get the optimal photo sharing experience.

Make your event guests feel like celebrities with a Las Vegas photo booth rental that includes a unique variety of state-of-the-art product offerings and features like:

  1. KeshotPaparazzi– that uses an event photographer to capture the fun, allowing your guests to get the red star treatment
  2. Keshot-on-a-Tablet- that has all the same features as a photo kiosk but is highly mobile and can be circulated around your event
  3. InstaKeshot- that connects event pictures snapped with guests’ smartphones to Instagram and even compiles them into a photo album on your Facebook fan page

The idea of conducting or hosting events came way before the beginning of modern civilization when leaders of tribes or armies would gather to carry out peace talks and negotiations. Massive ceremonies (particularly those fueled by faith) were also held during the ancient times.

Today, events serve as social opportunities for people to strengthen their community, as well as spread awareness for causes that make the community a better place. Events also get people together, letting them communicate and share their different cultures. Politically, gatherings signify power and popularity, they give people the chance to be heard by the government, resolve civic issues, celebrate national holidays, and discuss matters of public interest.

The event industry contributes to society’s economic success as it opens employment and investment opportunities. Sometimes, it indirectly strengthens a community’s tourism potential.


The number of participants could be used to classify events. Small events are composed of up to 30 participants, medium-sized events are participated by up to 100 individuals, large events are attended by up to 300 participants, and mega-events involve thousands of people going to one single destination. Those classifications could be further subdivided, according to the type (or nature) of the event.

•        Personal Events

This includes life moments such as birthdays, anniversaries, baptisms, weddings, and other special personal events. The celebrant is generally the one who arranges personal events (there’s usually no need for planners or coordinators to be involved).

•        Educational/Career Events

These events are known to either impart knowledge to its attendees or provide career opportunities for them. Some examples of these events include job fairs, career advancement seminars, familiarization tours, field trips, conferences, and conventions.

•        Sports Events

These are events where the main attractions are sports matches – the Winter Olympics, World Olympics, Basketball championship games, Wimbledon, and other happenings that involve sporting activities all fall under this category.

•        Entertainment Events


Probably the most well-known event type, entertainment events are done to provide a more relaxed environment that entertains the attendees. Concerts, stage plays, stand-up comedies, and pageants are some good examples of these events.

•        Political Events

Political events show or solicit support from people regarding a particular issue or cause. Examples of this type of event are rallies, public demonstrations, and campaigns.

•        Corporate Events (MICE)

Corporate events are held mainly to inform the market of a corporation’s existing products and services, to launch or promote a new product, or to strengthen public relations. Meetings, incentive travels, conferences and expositions (MICE), product launches, trade shows and product exhibits are just some of the most commonly held corporate events.

•        Religious/Cultural Events

This includes festivals, religious ceremonies, cultural fairs, heritage museum tours, and cultural shows. All of those highlight the unique qualities of different cultures and religions. This kind of event aims to promote a locality’s culture, which in turn adds appeal to the place as a tourist destination.

•        Non-profit/Cause-related Events

As the name suggests, this type of event’s main purpose is to raise funds, spread awareness, and support a certain cause. Here are several events that fall under this subcategory – fund-raising galas, charity auctions, and volunteer drives.

Because of the momentum that the events industry has been gaining lately, event management a key factor in developing and creating events that are worth repeating every year. Event management may be called by different names, but it is always beyond just knowing what you want to do and how you want your next event to look like. It involves the careful evaluation of the market (especially when it comes to demographics).

Carrying out negotiations, doing some planning work, and mingling are also part of event management endeavors.

Planning your own event (or doing it for someone else) requires skills that would get you through all the haggling and the endless need to check every little detail.

Request a quote today and we will give you our pricing deck within minutes. If you have any questions, you can always call us at ☎ 702-819-9618