Why should you rent inflatables?

Reserve an inflatable today for your next event – you won’t believe how easy and affordable such great fun can be – not to mention the profits!

Businesses can attract attention to a special event or grand opening with a moonwalk rental or an interactive unit. Set one of our units up in your parking lot and like magic the children will arrive with parents in tow.

Your inflatable rental includes delivery, setup, cleaning and pickup. Inflatable units can be set up at your house, in your backyard or indoors in a gymnasium if the weather is bad. Your location of choice will be magically transformed into a fun festival for any occasion!

Inflatables make great fund raisers. We make fund raising easy, we will set up, give the attendants instructions and training, then come back at the end of your event and clean the unit, pack it up and take it away. All you have to do is get permission to set up, assign attendants to take money and monitor the children inside, take your profits and go home!

Planning a successful fund raiser has never been easier, simply arrange to have an inflatable set up any place where large numbers of children will be, such as sporting events, large department stores, shopping malls, festivals or carnivals and sell tickets for a set number of jumping minutes or charge for each turn. How much money you can raise is up to you!

Have a raffle fund raiser – Here’s how: Raffle off a moonwalk party at your church or school for your cause. Sell tickets for $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00. In no time at all you will be putting the profits from the raffle sales towards your cause and making some lucky raffle winner a happy camper!

Pair up an inflatable with your next fund raising car wash! You will easily double the number of people stopping for your car wash if there is something for their children to do while they wait. You’ll bring in twice the money with no extra effort on your part.

Games you can play

The party has started, the inflatable is set up, now play some games to get everyone involved! We’ve listed some of the timeless classics that kids always enjoy.


Balloon Bounce: Have a contest to see who can keep the balloon in the air the longest using only their head. The person who can keep it in the air longest without using anything but their head is the winner. (This game can also be played in teams).


Duck Duck Goose This is an old favorite! Gather the kids in a circle, and choose one child (usually the birthday boy/girl) to be the “ducker”. The “ducker” gets to walk around the circle, tapping (not hitting!) each child on the head, electing to say “duck”, or “goose”. If the “ducker” says, “duck”, then nothing happens. But if the “ducker” yells, “Goose!” then the “goosed” child gets up and runs around in an effort to tag the “ducker”. If the child cannot catch the “ducker”, then that child becomes the “ducker”. If the “ducker” is caught, then he/she has to sit in the “soup” (the middle of the circle) until another “ducker” is caught.


Simon Says One player is the leader and orders the other players to make motions by saying “Simon says thumbs up” or “Simon says hands on your head.” The leader also makes all of these motions. If he omits “Simon says,” however, and just orders “Thumbs up,” the players should not make the motion. Any player who does, is out of the game. The winner is the player who remains in the game the longest.


Red Light, Green Light Two lines are established at opposite ends of the playing area. One line is the goal line; the other is the starting line. One player is “It” and stands on the goal line. “It” shuts his eyes and counts to 10 a number of times. At the end of the count to 10, he calls out, “Green light” or any other color light. While he is counting, the players advance toward the goal line. When “It” calls “Red light,” he opens his eyes and all of the players & must stop moving. Any player who “It” catches in motion must return to the starting line. Players can continue moving if any color other than “Red light” is called. The suspense of the game occurs as the players wonder what color will be called. The first player to reach the goal wins. The last one is “It” for the next game.


Captain, May I (Mother, May I) This is similar to Red Light. There is a goal line and a starting line. The player who is “Captain” stands at the goal line. The “Captain” addresses one player at a time to “Take one giant step” or “Take 5 baby steps” or “Skip three steps”, etc. That player must remember to say “Captain, May I?” and wait for permission before he can advance. If the player forgets to ask permission first, he must return to the starting line. The Captain then addresses another player on the line and continues until one player finally reaches the goal line. That player then becomes the “Captain.”


Catch the Balloon You will need 3 or 4 balloons Form a Circle, arrange the players in a circle on the floor and have them number off. Put the highest number in the center to act as ‘it’. “IT” holds a balloon and calls out a number while dropping the balloon to the floor. The holder of that number then tries to catch the balloon before it touches the floor. If the player is successful ‘it’ tries another number. If the balloon touches the floor then that player is “it”.


Buzz-Bomb Balloon 1 balloon per player, not inflated Tape or String to make a target Form a Line or circle All players inflate their balloon. Some Players may need help When The Adult Helper Says “1,2,3,GO!” The players release their Balloons in the Direction of the Target in the center of the circle. Score 5 points for the closest balloon and 15 points for a direct hit. You do not need to keep score.


Bounce Like a… Game Tell the children that every time you count 1-2-3 then yell out an animal, they have to jump like that animal. Try frog, kangaroo, rabbit, then see what happens when you call out lizard, bird, giraffe, horse and fish!

What are you waiting for? Rent now to turn your event into an exciting experience that you'll never forget.