Bouncin Bins Releases Infographic on Inflatable Bounce Houses
08/21/2013

Supplier of party games and inflatables launches infographic on the history of one of America's favorite pastimes.

Online PR News – 21-August-2013 – Caldwell, ID – It's hard to imagine a time when birthday parties and picnics existed without inflatable bounce houses. Bouncin Bins, a leading source of inflatable games and bounce houses for rent and for sale, has put together a fun infographic called "The History of Bounce Houses." It features the invention of early inflatables and more.

Most people get a kick out of the fact that the first inflatable bouncy structure was dubbed The Space Pillow.

"Most people get a kick out of the fact that the first inflatable bouncy structure was dubbed 'The Space Pillow.' It was an open top mattress without any sides," said Kit McKee, marketing director of Bouncin Bins. "It's hard to imagine that nowadays, when you have designs like bouncy castles and water slides."

The infographic features a timeline and some quick facts, like the record for the longest marathon on a bouncy castle. View the Bouncin Bins infographic here.

About Bouncin Bins: Bouncin Bins Inflatable Rentals (http://www.bouncinbins.com/) offers inflatable bounce houses for rent and for sale. The company features jumpers for rent, dunk tanks, water slides and moonwalks for birthday parties, picnics, corporate gatherings, special events and party businesses. Bouncin Bins serves Boise, Idaho; Salt Lake City, Utah; Kennewick, Washington; Portland, Oregon; and Houston, Texas with more than 200 units per location. Bouncin Bins has been in business since 1990.

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