By Suzy Wiesenhart

Having Clik-me-Quik at your party or event can change a ho-hum night in to so much fun.  Alison and Peter Farnan have a family-owned and operated photo booth business serving the Tampa Bay area and beyond.  From funny hats, huge glasses, humongous, colorful beads, different colored boas to swords, handcuffs, flowers, studded crowns and masks, the extent to which you can dress up is entirely up to your imagination.

Having been to a few events where the photo booth was set up, it was amazing how many people come out of their shells and hide behind a new identity to have their photos taken.  The Farnans are so talented in bringing out the best in people and each and every one who poses loves the pictures when they come out.

Their package includes delivery and set up/breakdown, an event attendant, props, unlimited photo session, photos on USB drive, custom logo on photo strips and extra prints at the event if time allows.  A memory book is also available with a choice of book styles, and includes scrapbooking accessories and an extra attendant to assist in book production.

You can also have a themed event that includes customized backdrop and props and additional USB’s are available.  The Farnans are very active in the community and are members of the Greater Riverview Chamber of Commerce and support several local charities.

With the holidays coming up and so many parties and events being planned, including Relay for Life, it would be a great opportunity to reserve a date for the Clik-me-Quik photo booth.  These are some of events they are available for: weddings, engagement parties, baby showers, graduations, Sweet 16 parties, Quinceanaras, proms, class reunions, corporate events and charity events.  Call 928-4894, e-mail Alison at or visit


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Suzy is one of the Advertising Representatives for the Riverview area. She started with the Osprey as an advertising assistant in 2008 and has various positions since then. She is also on the Board of Directors of the Riverview Chamber of Commerce. She has lived in Bloomingdale with her husband, Tom for the last 22 years.