See inside Keweenaw Brewing Company's taproom. Houghton, Michigan's first Google business tour.
The brick walls of Studio 324 serve as home to an event space, photography studio, and art gallery.
Who isn't curious what a new restaurant looks like on the inside? A 360 degree virtual tour lets curious diners get a taste of your ambiance before they stop in. This case study (link) shows that customers are more likely to dine at your establishment when you have a virtual tour.
A tour of newly remodeled dealerships gives buyers a look at the showroom, service lane, and community rooms. They can also see waiting area amenities like a snack bar, different seating areas, and kids' playroom. A tour can even provide a 360° view inside of vehicles, whether they be classic cars or new models.
When potential customers are searching for salon services, a virtual tour provides them with a peek into what their experience will be like at your location. They can see how spacious and modern the space is and the variety of services and products you offer.
Many patients, both adult and child, have anxiety about visiting their dentist. A virtual tour can help ease these fears, by allowing them to see waiting areas, exam rooms, and cutting-edge dental equipment prior to their appointment.
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This beautiful, old building houses Strut Branding's offices.