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Comic Jumps Disputes Accounts of Recent Bounce House Incidents

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Media fails to report bounce houses involved were toys and rentals are much safer reports Comic Jumps.

San Carlos, CA, United States of America – June 13, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –

Many parents find they are questioning the use of inflatable bounce houses following a second incident in which a bounce house blew away. Once again, however, it appears many news agencies failed to mention the bounce house involved was one made by Little Tykes and was designed for daily use. Companies offering rental inflatables work to ensure the items offered are safe for use by children so parents need not worry about allowing their children to make use of Comic Jumps party rentals in Bay Area.

“All Party Rentals from Comic Jumps undergo a safety inspection and sanitization process after each use. When a customer calls in to rent an inflatable, they feel confident knowing the safety of their child and his or her guests is the top priority of the company. In addition, Comic Jumps has other procedures in place to ensure the child has the event he or she dreams of while remaining safe at all times,” Mo Lotfy, spokesperson for Comic Jumps in San Francisco, explains.

A Comic Jumps employee delivers and sets up each inflatable before inspecting it to ensure it is in good working condition. The rental fee includes the cost of the set up as well as take down, and Comic Jumps asks that a plug be reserved for use strictly by the inflatable. For those situations where an electrical plug isn’t accessible, Comic Jumps offers generator rentals at an additional charge.

“Comic Jumps recognizes most rental parties don’t have experience with party inflatables and offers this service as part of the rental fee so customers feel safe making use of the inflatables. No parent should spend their entire event worrying about the safety of guests, which is why these procedures have been put into place. If a customer has any concerns about the safety of the inflatables, Comic Jumps employees happily answer any questions so the customer feels confident using the device,” Lotfy continues.

In addition, Comic Jumps recommends customers have a level grassy area reserved for the inflatable. When an area of this type isn’t available, the employee sets up the inflatable on asphalt, concrete, or bark, yet the company asks that the customer discuss this when reserving the inflatable. This ensures the proper anchors are brought to the event. In addition, the company recommends a certain vertical clearance for the inflatables to protect the children when using the rentals.

“Don’t hesitate to ask questions before renting one or more inflatables for an event. Recent incidents involving bounce houses leave many consumers wary. This doesn’t have to be the case as Comic Jumps places safety above everything else when it comes to party rentals. Contact the company today to discuss any concerns, and please remember the bounce houses involved in the incidents where toys for use by children, toys sold in local retail outlets, not ones obtained through professional companies,” Lotfy declares.

About Comic Jumps:
Comic Jumps, a local business established in 2003, began very small, expanding over the years to meet the needs of customers while providing party equipment rentals and inflatable party rentals for children. The company understands each family event is unique and strives to make sure the event meets the expectations of all attending. Safety remains the top priority at all times, and staff members remain committed to providing an exceptional experience at every stage of the process. From bounce houses to fun food machines, Comic Jumps is the only rental service one needs to turn to in order to have a great event.

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

Contact Info:
Name: Mo Lotfy
Email: news@comicjumps.com
Phone: (650) 444-1800
Organization: Comic Jumps

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/comic-jumps-disputes-accounts-of-recent-bounce-house-incidents/51471

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