Search This Blog


Thursday, March 10, 2016

Back Yard Parties (vs) Play Center Parties

If you’re considering an exciting and fun birthday party for your child, a family reunion, graduation party or company picnic here are some things to consider. If you have a specific date an indoor play center might be booked. This won’t be an issue if the party is at your home or in a park. If you’d like to upgrade your event to have an extreme attraction (Rock Wall, Mobile Zip Line, Obstacle Course or Eurobungy) you won’t be able to do this at a facility. This also applies to choosing the inflatables you’d like. You can customize your party with a variety of inflatables that will match the age group you’ve invited and not be locked into the ones at a facility. This is especially important for teen parties where interactive inflatables are needed rather than just bounce houses. You can also make your own party schedule and not be locked into the facilities time frame because a facility will want to book as many parties as they can on any given day. You can also offer adult beverages for those parents who want to stay for the party and not just drop off their child. This definitely applies to family reunions but also can be an important option for older relatives of the birthday child. When you rent attractions from Adventures In Climbing we set up the inflatables were you want. We also can provide fun foods such as Cotton Candy, Popcorn or Sno Cones. Another fun activity we offer is “Cup Cake Wars” where we bring boxes of undecorated cup cakes then supply frosting guns and toppings for kids to custom decorate. Other add ons include Glitter Tattoos, Face Painting and Balloon Sculptor. We can also decorate the party area with balloons, have custom T-Shirts printed and bring prizes for competitions. With AIC you have the option of us just bringing and setting up the inflatables or you can have our staff stay and run the events. 
And finally, don’t forget that the most important part of the success of your event is the excitement of the attractions. It might cost a bit more to have us bring the fun to you but we’ll guarantee, it’ll be worth it. Visit the AIC web site to see all the extreme excitement we can offer.

Saturday, December 8, 2012

Mobile Zip Lines

Zip Lines have been popular for years and now it is available locally and we are mobile. Our Zip Line can come to your next event. We travel all over New York State, Pennsylvania and the Mid-Atlantic region providing our Zip Line for all types of events.
Zip LInes have become among the most popular items among colleges and High Schools. The thrill and the suspense of the descent has created a buzz with the young adult crowd and has out sold inflatable's in 2012. Call or email now to reserve a Zip Line for your next event before spring reservations are sold out.

Friday, February 3, 2012

Hiring Employees vs subcontractors
When choosing an inflatable company for your event people do not think to ask if the people working for the company are actual employees or subcontractors or are being paid under the table. Most people do not think to ask and probably do not care. Usually people are most concerned with getting the best prices. But it is very important that the people coming to your event and setting up and operating inflatables are employees.
Employees are covered under an insurance policy (workers compensation) if they were to get injured on your property or the property that you are using for your event. If they are a subcontractor or being paid under the table and they get hurt, they could go after the property owner or person organizing the event to pay for medical expenses. It could be as simple as an employee tripping over a cord and spraining an ankle or getting a cut and needing a couple of stitches.
Doctors ask patients how they were injured and when they hear that the employee was at work, the Doctor is obligated to turn the case over to the employers workers compensation. This is where the problem occurs, if the company does not have workers compensation, the company could be looking at some fines and Workers Compensation could go after the person or company that hired the inflatable company to cover expenses.

Monday, January 2, 2012

Is a rock climbing wall right for your event?

Rock walls are very popular and they book up very fast. Most of the events that we attend with the rock wall ask us to reserve the date for the following year. We attend many different types of events with the rock wall but typically on Saturdays you will find Adventures In Climbing at one of the large festival around NY state.
Weekdays you can find us at day camps, daycares, colleges or at corporate team building events. We are typically all around NY state and NYC during the week.
Our rock wall has four climbing stations with different degrees of difficulty. We have kids as young as three years old and adults in their sixties who regularly climb our walls. It truly is very popular with all age groups.
Call or email Adventures In Climbing to see if a mobile rock wall is right for your event.

Choosing the right products

It is important to choose the right products for your event to ensure that it is a success. Some things to consider before renting inflatables and Adventure Products: type of event, age group of participants, how many participants and how many hours the event is.
When selecting products with Adventures In Climbing and other companies look at each product and the recommended ages. If you have a group of six to twelve year olds you do not want to rent a product that recommends ages from twelve to adult. These inflatables or other products will not be suitable for the younger age groups. Helmets could be too large, apparatus too heavy, they may not be able to complete the game or course as intended and they may not get the full effect from the rented piece.
Look at the approximate participants per hour. If you have an event with 200 people for two hours, you do not want to rent a product that gets about 40 participants through per hour. All of your participants will not be able to use the inflatable or other product. A typical event with 200 participants for a 2 hour event would have three to four pieces and you would want to have some pieces that have near 80 participants per hour mixed with other products that have 40 - 50 participants per hour. All of the participants will not use all of the products but you want them to able to. The last thing you want your guests saying when they leave is that they did not get a chance to use a piece that they wanted to.