What to Know When Renting Inflatable Games for Your Next Event

Summer preparations are in full swing! Often in kidmin, summer time means special events, and those events may also include FUN inflatable games! Can you hear the squeals of delight already?

Inflatable games are as popular at events as they have ever been! However, with the increase in popularity has also come an increase in high-profile accidents. These events portray inflatable games poorly, as well as being negative publicity for both the rental company and the church that has rented them. But, by far, the worst part of these accidents are the injuries to children. Sadly, most of these accidents could have easily been prevented.

When an accident happens, sometimes the result is a vow to never use inflatables games again at events, losing the drawing power these games have (as well as the opportunity for their guests to enjoy fun and unique experiences). However, with some basic knowledge, the event organizer can take a few simple steps to allow children of all ages to enjoy playing on inflatables and prevent the injuries that can occur.

We’ve teamed up with Scott Timmons, President of Extreme Inflatables, Inc., to provide a training session, where you will walk away with the following knowledge:

  1. What to look for when choosing an inflatable game company
  2. What you should do and look for to insure the company protects your guests
  3. What your responsibilities are to insure that your guests are safe.
  4. The three ways that accidents on amusements occur and what can be done about each one.

Join us on Wednesday, May 17th, at 12:00 pm CST for this FREE webinar that will make sure you’re ready for a fun and safe summer!

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About Michayla White

As the Interim Executive Director for INCM, Michayla oversees the ministry of INCM and provides guidance for initiatives that inspire and equip the kidmin community. For the past eleven years, she has had the privilege of serving in children’s and family ministry. Prior to joining INCM, she served at a non-profit children’s ministry organization in various capacities like media production, digital strategy, conferences, partnerships, and ministry program design. She has also enjoyed consulting for ministry friends and organizations. Michayla has a Bachelor’s in Psychology with specializations in Christian Counseling and Life Coaching from Liberty University. Her passion for children’s ministry started in middle school, and she was always involved in all aspects of her church’s children’s ministry. These experiences solidified a burning passion in her heart to serve those who serve children and families.
Michayla married her best friend and childhood sweetheart. They are having a blast raising two little boys.

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