(PRWEB) June 07, 2015
5 Tips for including inflatable amusements, like bounce houses, at your next event:
- Ask the company, the provider of the amusement inflatables, if they are following the manufacturer recommendations when inflating and operating the inflatable. Knowing the amount of weight required to tether the attraction can help avoid unsafe situations like the ride shifting or even moving while being used.
- Inquire if the individuals setting up the amusement attraction have been trained by the company. What type of training did they receive?
- When using these inflatables for entertainment at events and parties, don’t inflate or deflate them yourself. If you rent them have the company set them up and take them down for you, plus have them staff the attraction for you. They possess the knowledge about the attraction and will be dedicated to the safety and operation of it at your event. It will be one less thing to worry about.
- Check your homeowner insurance policy to ensure you are covered to use these attractions at events.
- Ask the company you are hiring if they will advise you when to cancel the attraction because of high winds. It is generally recommended that inflatables don’t operate in winds over 15 mph.
Scott Weisberg, founder and President of Everything Entertainment, has spent over two decades creating a versatile company well-equipped with the expertise, resources, and leadership to help raise the stature of any event. Knowledge of the event industry working as an event planner coupled with his corporate background working at Saks Fifth Avenue as an IT executive, Scott’s business began in 1988 by providing the entertainment and production components for small gatherings such as family events and weddings.
Equipped with skills gained as founding member of an organization focused on safe amusement rentals, and real experience with party and event planning Scott’s Everything Entertainment now creates and executes events for major corporations including IBM, General Motors, movie production companies, governmental entities, and major charitable organizations.
Seven years ago, Scott and his team tented red carpet events in NYC once a year. Scott’s leadership has increased the company’s involvement in red carpet events to a few dozen a year.
Scott is the creative force that oversees a team of up to 60 staff members, many of whom are skilled craftsman in production, lighting, and tenting, and shepherds the maintenance and growth of a warehouse that houses the company’s large and diverse inventory.