Think kids are the only ones going to your camp? Nope. Their parents are there too, experiencing camp though the photos you post. Everyone wants to see summer photos from camp. Give them the world-class experience they deserve. Our elegant summer photo system employs the latest technology in web-based photo browsing — it’s fast, engaging, intuitive, and integrated with social media. But this is also about you…
Summer offers you a golden opportunity to get parents logging into their account on a daily basis. Why does this matter? Open re-enrollment earlier, and you’ll see. Your re-enrollment form — along with financial management, camp store, Forms Dashboard, and other functions — are all accessed through the same account. (Multiple logins for the same business is a no-no!) Now your summer photos system is helping you fill camp earlier.
Your camp looks beautiful, your staff are in their element, and your campers are having the times of their lives. You’re capturing these moments, right? How you share these moments makes all the difference. Our sleek, mobile-friendly interface rivals any photo browser out there. But this one’s camp-specific. It’s fast and secure, and it’s designed to help you tell your summer story.
Safe, Secure, And Fun Communication
It’s a hot topic right now, but for many, camp is a device-free zone. Parents, however, love their technology, and they want to use it to easily communicate with their campers. Parents send secure one-way emails to their campers through their online accounts; they arrive pre-sorted by cabin and ready to print. Our eLetter system lets campers write hand-written responses that are delivered as PDFs directly to their parents.
A Living, Breathing Archive
Years pass, summers fade, and children grow. Photos are a powerful tool that invite parents to participate in the experience of camp. But they’re more than that. They’re moments captured in time; your history. As you post these photos for parents to enjoy, know that they will remain available for today’s campers when they drop their children off for the first time thirty years from now. Who are we to erase history?