On the other side of town, Beyond Q Books, Canberra’s longest running second hand bookstore, bar and cafe, a long time client decided to also host a touchscreen spending only a fraction more than their national slideshow promotion. Again using the screen Simon and Jenny can profile the live music in the store, and the fantastic unique relaxing space they have created. Of course you would “like” them after picking up an antiquarian or special interest book and a lovely time in the cafe or bar.
James and Lauren, owners at Beef and Barley Kingston Foreshore have come up with an innovative way of using our touchscreens to raise their likes on FB and Instagram thereby increasing customers through the door. We put together a system below which really shows off their great Burger Establishment.
Lots of shenanigans going on at Sobels Winery with Archie, the resident Sobels St Bernard Cellar Door Dog. Archie was first to be introduced to the new Touchscreen. The training must have been first rate by Jill, our in field Training Manager, as Archie needed a lie down afterwards.
Then a job well done congratulations hand shake with Mandy and then pawing over with Richard all the winery information available on the new Tourist Touchscreen. Click this link to see whats on offer on Sobels Custom Touchscreen or Contact Us to see what we can do for your business.
With a Focus on Western Australia our new sites continue to grow and promote your business nationwide.
Top End WA, Kununurra VIC Sales and Marketing Lisa McDonnell showing off the Touchscreen working hand in hand with the Glove Box Companion Guide, with Jill Buckley left Training Manager, Our focus during June has been in WA as our team services the entire network. Some great images from our Installation Crew as they serviced a massive tract of Australia from Kalgoorlie to Kununurra.
Pot Shot Hotel upgrades to our Quest Touchscreen.
An Iconic business in Exmouth WA, and a client with Datatrax on the TourismTouchscreen Network for over 12 years. The fabulous Potshot Hotel Resort has given us the support by signing on for another 2 years and by choosing to upgrade hosting their own Quest TourismTouchscreen. This benefit the Tourist and further promotes the many facets of their business when guests arrive.
The Tourism Touchscreen network is growing from strength to strength with installs throughout western regional Victoria. The autumn leaves are falling and several new sites have come on board, many having signed on for 5 years.
The Bland Shire Council paid tribute to Essendon legends.
To acknowledge their amazing contribution to Australian Rules Football, The Bland Shire Council paid tribute to Essendon legends –The Daniher brothers, Terry, Neale, Chris, & Anthony with the unveiling of the giant Aussies Rules football in their hometown of Ungarie, Saturday March 10. Help the fight against MND and donate. Search “fight MND”.
Click here to see some of the fabulous content and things to do around Bland shire including the “Giant Football”
Tourism Touchscreens CEO Paul Buckley visits some important sites in Tasmania.
Here is a taste of important sites in Tasmania Tourism Touchscreens CEO Paul Buckley visited during a trip in February this year: Sheffield & Cradle Mountain, Huonville, Centerpoint Hobart, Eagle Hawk Neck, Zoodoo Richmond.
The year is off to a solid start with several new sites, coming on board and many signing on for 5 years including St Helens East Coast Tasmania, Kununurra, Greater Shepparton, Maryborough and Hervey Bay, Streaky Bay, Moree, Broken Hill, Parkes, Denmark, and Esperance.
In addition to signing on for another 5 years, as many visitor centres are currently doing, Debra Taylor, VIC Manager for Break of Day Council has just added a new Quest Touchscreen as below, which includes 24 Hour Access. Paul Buckley CEO Datatrax (right) and Debra Taylor receiving the new Quest Touchscreen after installation – a valuable service to visitors and businesses in the area..