Inflatables are Perfect for Independence Day Parties

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It is almost July 4th and there will be tons of parties going on. If you are hosting a party of your own, adding an inflatable will take your event to another level. Whether it’s a bounce house to keep the kids busy or a giant obstacle course for the adults, Inflatable 2000 has the blow up that will increase the fun at any party.Toddlers

If you want to keep the little ones busy and happy at your Independence Day party, Inflatable 2000 carries many inflatables designed for kids. Bounce houses provide hours of fun and give kids a great workout. If you want something for very young children, there are interactive blow ups that are great for toddlers. They will have a blast climbing, bouncing, sliding, and exploring the inflatable environment. We carry so many different themes like princess, trains, and jungle that there is something to keep every child interested.

Having a real big party with a lot of older kids and adults? Inflatable obstacle courses are perfect for entertaining an older crowd. At Inflatable 2000 we carry a variety of different Inflatable Obstacle Courseobstacle courses. They all have several different elements to them and will have the whole party racing to get through them first. You will have to climb, crawl, slide, and run your way to the finish line. Another big crowd pleaser are our inflatable interactive products. Inflatable basketball hoops, boxing rings, bowling alleys, and rock climbing walls from Inflatable 2000 will add to the fun and excitement of your party.

If you are going to have guests of all ages, you can’t go wrong with an inflatable slide. We carry tons of different types of slides that are great for everyone. Check out our website to see all of the fun inflatable products that we have to offer. After having one of our inflatables at your Independence Day party, people will be talking about it until next year. Make your party the talk of the town by purchasing an inflatable from Inflatable 2000.

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Army Captain and His Wife Start Inflatable Playground

Jump N Jack's

Army Captain Uche Njoku is constantly being sent to training or deployed overseas for his job in the military. With the nature of job taking him away from home so often, Njoku’s wife, Tahiana, is left to entertain her two children by herself for months out of the year.

Tahiana would have the most trouble finding things to keep her children entertained in the winter time. She and her husband have two children, Xavier, 9, and Jisella, 5. Njoku was stationed in Iraq in January 2011, and due to the harsh Colorado winter weather, the schools were closed for a week. Tahiana was stuck inside theInflatable Playgroundir 2,000 square foot home during that week and were beginning to experience cabin fever. Tahiana’s frustration with the lack of active entertainment options in her area would give her a great idea. The Njoku family, with the help of a cousin, opened up Jump-N-Jack’s at the Citadel Crossing shopping center soon after.

Jump-N-Jack’s is located inside of a 17,500 square foot building and offers an abundance of inflatable play areas. The children can run, jump, climb, and slide on all of the different inflatable playgrounds. The kids have a great time on all of the brightly-colored and themed inflatables while burning some energy. It is great for the kids physically and is a better alternative than sitting home and keeping them busy with video games.

At first, the family considered a franchise, but ultimately they decided on starting their own business. In all, they invested around $250,000 to open their indoor inflatable playground. After starting with an initial investment of $150,000 from their savings, they took out a loan for the rest. After eight months of searching for the perfect building and location, Jump-N-Jack’s was opened.Kids' Inflatables

The playground features a 65-foot long obstacle course that proves to be a fan favorite. Jump-N-Jack’s also has several inflatable slides, jump houses, and other attractions. There is a separate play area for toddlers and another spot with Wi-Fi and televisions for parents who want to work or relax. The Jack’s café offers up pizza, sandwiches, salads, and other items for when the little ones get hungry.

Other similar businesses in the area have failed, while some have strived. The family believes that the size of their play area and the low prices will attract more customers. Children can spend the whole day bouncing and sliding for only $8.99.

 

Traveling Show uses Rainforest inflatable to Make Learning Fun

 

Bixby's Inflatable Rainforest

The Bixby’s Inflatable Rainforest was entertaining families recently at the Sioux Falls Convention Center in South Dakota. The traveling exhibit goes around the country to teach kids about how they can protect the rainforest while having a good time. Bixby’s offers crafts, live animals, stage shows, and inflatable rainforest rides.

The Bixby’s Inflatable Rainforest traveling exhibit is part of a series of exhibits called Bixby & Friends. All of the exhibits have educational themes and focus on teaching kids through fun activities. Bixby and his friends most recently visited the Sioux Falls Convention Center to teach kids about preserving the rainforest. Families came to learn about saving the rainforest and the exotic animals that live there.

The exhibit is geared towards children between the ages of 1 and 12. The BixbInflatable Rock Climbing Wally’s Inflatable Rainforest tries to not only teach the children, but enrich family interaction and involvement. Bixby’s Interactive Rainforest is 50,000 square feet, which is plenty of room for kids to explore and learn. The main attractions are the three large inflatables that the kids can interact with. The Tiki Island Climbing Wall, Bixby’s Ball Crawl, and Bixby’s Rainforest Express Train are fan favorites. The large inflatable rock climbing wall is popular among the kids, as they get to climb up to the top of the inflatable mountain side.

The event brings education and entertainment together. They hope to raise awareness about the destruction and deforestation of the rainforest. Many people are not aware that over 46 million acres of rainforest are lost every year. By informing the families and children at a young age, they hope they will be more conscious of this issue all their life. Taught different ways they can help, such as recycling, the kids can be active advocators for the cause.

The Bixby’s Inflatable Rainforest is a great event for the whole family. The kids will learn a great deal about preserving the rainforest while having an amazing time. Bixby & Friends also have exhibits about the ocean, the desert, and farming and agriculture.

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Inflatables Entertain Members of Boys and Girls Club

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The members of the Hudson High School Explorer’s football team came to the Boys and Girls Club of Cleveland to help the kids have a good time for the holidays. Along with around 30 football players, family members and friends also came to volunteer. The event, called “Holiday Games Day,” was organized by Marylee Maendler and other parents. The mother of a sophomore football player, Marylee brought in treats, games, a photo booth, and inflatables to make it a memorable day for the members of the club.

Organizers collected cash donations to raise money for the event. They rented inflatables that made an obstacle course. The photo booth was set up for free unlimited photos and there were different accessories for the kids to dress up in. Inflatable Obstacle CourseJoAnn fabrics donated over 140 blanket kits for the kids, so they could make their own blankets and bring them home with them. The children got to play on the inflatables, do lots of crafts, and take all the pictures they wanted with their friends and family.

Marylee and the other organizers were not sure what to expect at first, because it was their first time doing the event. A snowstorm hit the day before the scheduled date, so they were unsure how many kids would make it. To the organizers surprise, about 120 kids from the club made it to the Holiday Games Day and they had a great time.

Even though it started out as a football-sponsored event, about 40 businesses and families were responsible for the success of the first Holiday Games Day. The day came to conclusion when the volunteers handed out 200 gourmet cupcakes to the kids that were donated by Main Street Cupcakes, a local bakery. The whole day was a great experience for the football players and the members of the Boys and Girls Club.