Eclipse 2017 Flash Sale

Read this email to the end to find out about our flash sale, where you can get $400 off our Premiere package!

Countdown until the end of the flash sale. Take action before it hits zero!

 

 

The Great American Eclipse.

On August 21, 2017, America will fall under the path of a total solar eclipse.

And the closest Kansas City will ever be to the path of totality in our lifetime (unless science figures out how to extend our lives by 200 years sometime soon).

The last time Kansas City saw a total eclipse this close? 1806. The next time we will get one: 2205.1

To make this celestial event even more epic, this eclipse will last much longer than the typical few seconds.

The Great American Eclipse will last far longer. St. Joseph, for example, will go dark for 2 minutes and 38 seconds, one of the longest times in the nation.2

 

Are you ready for the solar eclipse?

You’ll probably want to travel north to get the full experience. The closer you are to St. Joe, the longer you will experience totality. If you stay in the KC metro, you will probably only get a partial eclipse, and even then, maybe for only a few seconds.

This is one of those cases where it’s all or nothing. If you’re going to do it, make sure you do it right or it’s not worth doing at all.

Most of the Kansas City area will only get a partial eclipse. Downtown will see a 99.9 percent eclipse, while Johnson Countians get a 99.4 percent eclipse. When it comes to a historic eclipse, experts warn, close is not close enough.

“Partial eclipses are somewhat interesting, in that with the proper eye protection (which must be used at all times), one can see the moon moving slowly across the face of the sun,” McGlaun writes on his website. “The event is not memorable, not life-changing.”

Put another way: “Just as the person who only smells the meal outside the steakhouse remains hungry, so too do those who observe the eclipse from outside the path end the day wondering what, indeed, all the fuss was about,” McGlaun said.3

In other words, weather willing, being in the path of totality is the only way to get the total experience.4

Go to http://www.howtoeclipse.com/locate.html and type in your address to see if the location you are planning to watch from is within the path of totality. It will also tell you what time the total eclipse will occur at your location and how long it will last.

They look like they could really use a photobooth! Source

Are you planning on experiencing the Great American Eclipse? We’re ready with our solar glasses (sunglasses are not enough protection) and scoping out some locations to view from. We’re definitely excited!

There’s not much that could eclipse an event of this magnitude but our flash sale might come close. Maybe.

 

Flash Sale

To celebrate The Great American Eclipse, we are having a flash sale just in case the eclipse causes the world to end, “as celestial forces no one understands will blot out the sun. It is very likely this is the end of life on this planet as we know it.”5 according to Georgia Sheriff Scott Berry.

One astrophysicist’s explanation

If you’ve been on the fence about having Luxe Photobooth at your wedding or event, now’s the time to cash in on this deal, because like solar eclipses, deals like this don’t come around often, if ever.

From now until that fateful day of August 21st, we will be offering $400 off our Premiere package*, in case banks and the internet shut down due to strange phenomena caused by the moon blocking out the sun.

Here are the details:

This deal is out of this world!
You should jump on this deal. Totality.

This flash sale will last until August 21st, 11:59pm.

Contact us to find out if we still have availability for your event before it’s too late!

Once this countdown reaches zero, the deal’s over.
No ifs, ands, or buts. Or moons for that matter.

*Payment must be made in full at time of booking.

 

    Sources:

  1. Total eclipse of the sun headed to KC for first time in centuries | The Kansas City Star, Local, http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/article65995227.html
  2. Total eclipse of the sun headed to KC for first time in centuries | The Kansas City Star, Local, http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/article65995227.html
  3. Total eclipse of the sun headed to KC for first time in centuries | The Kansas City Star, Local, http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/article65995227.html
  4. Aug. 21 solar eclipse’s path will cut across Missouri | The Kansas City Star, Local, http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/article161298218.html
  5. ‘Begin panicking’: Sheriff jokes that solar eclipse is ‘the end of life on this planet as we know it’ – The Washington Post, ‘Begin panicking’: Sheriff jokes that solar eclipse is ‘the end of life on this planet as we know it’, https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2017/08/10/begin-panicking-sheriff-jokes-that-solar-eclipse-is-the-end-of-life-on-this-planet-as-we-know-it/?utm_term=.f6cea32cb437

 

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