• FêteFone Turns Up the Audio With Unique Telephone Stations

     
    POSTED September 12, 2016
     

Forget about greeting guests with the same old guestbook. FêteFone lets guests speak for themselves with unique telephone stations. Event planners can go to fetefone.com and select from more than 25 styles that fit their event décor. Once selected, the FêteFone hub arrives at the planned event location at least two days before the kickoff. The best part about the design? No telephone line is required. Guests can pick up the phone, hear greetings from hosts and also leave messages. At the end, hosts can download the messages as a way to remember a great event. Founder and CEO of FêteFone Michael Radolinski has over 15 years of event planning experience and says that FêteFone is unlike anything on the market.

“It replaces the traditional guestbook and does triple duty as a statement piece of event décor, a guest activity and lasting memory in one,” Radolinski says. “Unlike a traditional guestbook, where the written word may not fully convey a guest’s personality, or a video confessional where guests may feel too ‘on display’ to share their heartfelt wishes, FêteFone offers the perfect balance for capturing event memories.”  

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