USA Inflatables Provides Festival Bouncy Houses
One of the features at this year’s Crystal Frolics will be bounce houses and play areas put up by USA Inflatables. The Dayton-based business is thriving.
“A lot of people know us and they love us,” said Kurt Wresh, owner and president of USA Inflatables. “They use us all the time.”
USA Inflatables has been around for 19 years. In that span of time, their business has literally blown up.
“Every year keeps growing,” Wresh said. “We have over 400 units. We have water slides, dunk tanks, bounce houses, giant obstacle courses.”
Fun and games is the mission at USA Inflatables. They have a knack for making people laugh and smile.
The company is the gold standard of the inflatable industry.
From birthday parties to festivals to church events to National Night Out, they have a theme for everyone.
“There’s so many to choose from,” Wresh said. “If you want a super hero theme, or if you want Batman, or basically a sports theme, or a pink and princess purple party, we have ’em all.”
USA Inflatables does the bulk of their business from early April to late October .
They have put up bounce houses at Super Bowl and Final Four-related events and have a national footprint.
“We’ve been as far as New York,” Wresh said. “We’ve been to Colorado, we’ve been to Texas because we have some unique pieces. Our slingshot water slide is going to be featured at the X Games coming up at US Bank Stadium.”
In a few days USA Inflatables will leave their mark on the Frolics as they set up “Inflataville.” Based on their track record, there is plenty for Frolics fans to look forward to.
“This year when we go to the Frolics you are going to see Euro-bungees, which is the thing you get strapped into and do a flip,” Wresh said. “You are going to see 12 inflatables.”
USA Inflatables is no stranger to festivals in the Northwest burbs. They’ve also set up bounce houses and fun zones at the Osseo Lions, Brooklyn Center’s Earle Brown days and Tater Daze in Brooklyn Park.