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Announcement from Bouncin Bins


Big Summer Clearance & Back-to-School Sale

We stocked up on all things summer and now is your chance to take advantage of our overstock!  Wet/Dry Slides, Wet/Dry Combos, Wet/Dry Obstacle Courses, Slip n Dips and Dunk Tanks are all on sale!

15% Off* ALL Wet/Dry Slides, Wet/Dry Obstacles, Wet/Dry Combos, Dunk Tanks, and Slip n Dips!

We are also ramping up production on Back-to-School games and putting them On Sale!  Check out the deals on Sumos, Joust, Bungee, Boxing, First Down and Velcro Wall!

Also, we are excited to announce the upcoming 2008 International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) Expo in Orlando, FL. 



BOOTH #2884
So take advantage of the savings today on our 2008 models and start planning your trip to visit us at the IAAPA Expo in Orlando, FL!

See You In Orlando!

Offer Expires 10/31/2008.  Call 800 360-1325 for details.

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Shirley of Dior Inflatables has written to say that they are no longer in business. She however has moved on to represent Sunjoy Inflatables. She has this to say about Sunjoy:

It is a big and professional manufacturer integrated with manufacturing, R&D, design, selling and after service. We’re powered by professional and skillful designers, technicians and workers. The factory is equipped by up-to-date inflatable equipments. We provide full set of inflatable products and service to domestic and overseas markets. Our products range from air sealed products to air constant products: water games, boats, trampolines, castles, slides, fun cities, tents, etc. Our products are selling to Europe,North America, Middle East, S.E.Asia and Oceania.

You can view the Sunjoy product lines at or

Shirley’s contact information:

Shirley (sales representative)
Sunjoy inflatables MFG (GuangZhou) co.,LTD
Add:Room No. 701- 704, Junfu Business Center, Qifu Road,
Baiyun District, Guangzhou,China
Tel:+86 20 86308446
Fax:+86 20 86308940
Mobile:+86 13416222067
Skype: Shirley_sunjoy

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Bounce house rental company owners should take heed.

"It was an accident," said Bob Kashou, who owns the air-bubble sports complex on Airport Road. "Thank God nobody got seriously injured."

15 people treated at the scene and 10 taken to the hospital for carbon monoxide poisoning.

The problem occurred during a fall festival for children in which five diesel generators were used to inflate a children’s bounce house, Kashou said. A few weeks ago, he talked to the festival’s organizer, Bobby K. Entertainment of Elmira, and was told the generators would be outside and that cables would be used to deliver air inside the facility. Instead, generators were placed inside the facility — the first time that’s happened since the facility opened last year, he said.

Read more…

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The IAAPA Attractions Expo is November 12 – 16, with the show flor open November 13 -16.

This is a huge industry show with over 1100 vendors including bounce house vendors such as Bouncin Bins, Ninja Jump, and others will be showing their latest and greatest inflatable slides, bounce houses, moonwalks, and more in the inflatable products section.


Advance (Before Nov 2)
Member – $100; Non-member – $240

On-Site (After Nov 2)
Member – $130; Non-member- $290

Registration form is available here:

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Rosie survived.

A year ago on Tuesday, the three-year-old was left fighting for life after a bouncy castle was blown into the air.

Rosie plummeted 50ft on to a concrete path – and was crushed by a metal fan that sheared off the giant inflatable.

She suffered a punctured lung, smashed ribs and bruising to her brain and was airlifted to hospital in a coma.

Others didn’t.

Two people died and dozens were injured – including Rosie’s brother Jack, five – when the inflatable was ripped from its moorings at a family fun day.

What happened?

Castle designer Maurice Agis, 74, from Bow, London, was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter last November.

He is on bail pending the results of a joint probe by police and the Health and Safety Executive.

Read more…

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A TODDLER was kept in hospital for two days after he and his brother were thrown from a runaway bouncy castle at a family fun day.

Read more about the accident and possible cause.

The Hunt’s Post: full article

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You Tube has lots of Bounce House videos posted. Here are a few that demonstrate what your customers are likely to do with your equipment.

Flipped on a Bounce House

Bounce House Falls Apart

Bounce House

Bounce House Belly Flop

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About 65 different rides will be featured this year, each licensed in advance by the Ohio Department of Agriculture’s Amusement Ride Safety Division. Operators began arriving at the fairgrounds last week, and inspectors have been busy ever since, making sure mechanical amusements and inflatables are safe for attendees.

Read More: The Daily Record

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A Kids Zone will be in full swing at the 2007 Mason Valley Onion Festival this weekend at the Lyon County Fairgrounds in Yerington.

Fanatic4Fun Inflatables from Reno will be operating an obstacle course, a large bounce house and jousting and boxing rings for the event; and the Nevada National Guard will also supply a climbing wall for all to use.

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