Five Tips for Improving the Guest Experience with Inflatables

September 11, 2012 No Comments
  1. Safety is first
  2. Have attendants on duty to engage guests and allow hosts to tend to other party duties
  3. Make sure clients understand the importance of inflating and deflating the bouncer correctly
  4. Make sure clients understand the proper way for guests to use the bouncer
  5. Make the bouncer the centerpiece of entertainment for an event
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