Chicago, Illinois – March 7, 2016 – Tic-Tac-Tag, a Chicago-based company, brings the power of printing event hashtags to life for consumers in real-time and onsite. Tic-Tac-Tag takes the ability to automatically download and print images posted to Instagram or Twitter that use the event hashtag and brings it to the general consumer.
Are you having a wedding, birthday or corporate event that will have a custom hashtag marketed on the invite? if you are like the masses these days, you probably will. But what does that actually mean? and what are you planning to do with it?
Most events that has a hashtag spent some time thinking about the coolest and most unique hashtag that they could essentially deem as their very own. And when the event finally arrives, unfortunately finds that nobody utilized the hashtag, making it a lost cause.
“Tic-Tag-Tag gives event guests the cause and excitement to post with the hashtag”
“Tic-Tag-Tag gives event guests the cause and excitement to post with the hashtag” says Jason Uzarraga, Partner and Founder of Tic-Tac-Tag. Jason continues to say “Every event is a special event and should be captured moment-by-moment.” Take for instance, the idea of the disposable camera handed out on the reception table at weddings—the couple envisions an album full of unique photos that they can cherish forever at the end. In reality, the couple receives photos taken in low-to-no lighting with low-to-no focus and after they’ve spent a ton of money developing the unusable film.
“Harnessing the power of social media and combining it with a hashtag is the evolution of the digital camera,” says Jessica Uzarraga, Partner and Co-Founder of Tic-Tac-Tag. Not only will guests be able to capture those special moments from your event and from their perspective but “nobody posts ugly photos” says Jessica. With the photo filter capabilities and third-party apps that users have at their disposal these days, users can create and post professional-like photos in minutes.
According to The Knot, 55 percent of couples now use hashtags at their wedding.
“We did the Chicago Rib Fest last year and created well over 400k of impressions in just one day”
The fun doesn’t stop there—last year as Tic-Tag-Tag was testing the market and working with multiple summer fests, they found that not only was their service bringing something new to these events, but that they were also building strong social footprints for these events as well. “We did the Chicago Rib Fest last year and created well over 400k of impressions in just one day” says Jason. “At the Mac and Cheese Fest we helped the event become the trending topic of the day” replied Jessica. “Corporation, foundations and brands can definitely take advantage of our service and we welcome all types of events that we can help out and be a part of.”
As the popularity of the event hashtag continues to grow in the future, Tic-Tac-Tag bring you a solution now.
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