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Inflatable Rental Company Launches Event Safety Campaign for Customer Protection

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A number of precautions can be taken to ensure millions continue to safely enjoy inflatables, reports Big Bounce Fun House Rentals.

Indianapolis, IN, United States of America – July 25, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –

Widespread media coverage tends to focus on the 3 percent of children who are injured in inflatables each year, failing to mention the millions who enjoy these event staples without harm due to large scale safety precautions taken by rental companies. In an effort to combat such negative press, Big Bounce Fun House Rentals spokesperson Susan Lorimer has announced the recent launch of the company’s campaign to educate the public on proper protective measures for inflatable rentals.

Lorimer explained, “Safety is our primary concern, and we take a number of steps to ensure no harm comes to our customers and their guests. These measures apply to all aspects of our business, including delivery, setup and dismantle, as well as during and after each event. Our customers can rest assured we do everything possible to protect them when they rent inflatables from us.”

Arranging for setup and operation to be performed by trained technicians has proven to be the number one factor in inflatable safety; therefore, Big Bounce Fun House Rentals ensures all staff members are well versed in their procedures before allowing them to help with the events they handle. Clients who choose not to have a trained attendant on hand from Big Bounce Fun House Rentals for corporate picnic Indianapolis IN or other occasions are also thoroughly educated on operation and safety procedures.

Taking appropriate care of the inflatable equipment is also a major safety element. The company inspects all equipment before and after each event to ensure no damage has occurred. Furthering this aspect, they only allow transporting, setting up and taking down of their inflatables by members of their staff rather than their customers. They also promptly replace any aging or damaged items with new models, so their customers receive only the best bounce house rentals from Big Bounce Fun House Rentals Indianapolis IN.

As another precaution, the company inspects the setup area for each event to confirm no factors are present to damage the equipment during use. When calculating the required space for each inflatable, enough room for a tarp to be placed underneath the Big Bounce Fun House Rentals Fun Flicks and other inflatable equipment is figured into the equation. High wind speed and other adverse weather conditions are also taken into account.

“We do carry liability insurance to cover any damage or accidents that occur despite our best efforts,” concluded Lorimer, “and we will gladly allow customers to see a copy of our policy. Whether those in our area decide to allow us to serve their event or choose one of our competitors, we encourage them to ensure all these precautions are in place before allowing their guests inside any bounce houses or obstacle courses they rent.”

About Big Bounce Fun House Rentals:
Having provided inflatable rentals, games and concessions to clients in Indianapolis and the surrounding areas for more than 20 years, Big Bounce Fun House Rentals proudly brings smiles and laughter to the events they serve.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.bigbouncefunhouserentals.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Susan Lorimer
Email: news@bigbouncefunhouserentals.com
Phone: 765-653-2851
Organization: Big Bounce Fun House Rentals

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/inflatable-rental-company-launches-event-safety-campaign-for-customer-protection/56104

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