Starting a Bounce House Business

Starting a Bounce House Business

Think about your current job. Are you where you want to be? Are you building a career you enjoy or caught in the drudge of the daily work, home, work cycle where you barely make enough to pay your bills and don’t feel fulfilled by your work? Being your own boss sounds like a great alternative.

How about a business where you can be your own boss, make money in your sleep and have fun? Think it sounds too good to be true? It’s not!

Let’s take a closer look at what’s involved in starting a moonwalk business.

You may have seen bounce house packages for sale. They seem like a great all-in-one solution on the surface. Before you buy anything, though, you need to have an idea of what will rent in your area. You can find this out easily – no money involved. Take a drive through your target area for several weekends in a row. What bounce house equipment do you see being used?

Contrary to what you might think, buying similar equipment is your best option. It’s clearly popular in the area. If there was more of it in the area, more people would rent it on the same weekends. This is similar to why there’s almost always a Burger King that opens up across the street from a McDonald’s. Burger King knows there’s a market for fast food so they leverage the research McDonald’s did to find the site and open their own restaurant without spending a dime to find a spot.

Make your life even easier. When starting a bounce house business, set up good systems from the beginning. These systems will make it easy for your to rent your equipment when the other guy isn’t answering his phone. Imagine waking up to money in your PayPal account because someone placed an order online while you were sleeping.

If you think you’re ready to take the next step in starting a bounce house business, STOP looking at packages for sale. Don’t waste your money on equipment that may not rent in your area. Instead, I suggest you take the short quiz below. In less than 3-minutes, you’ll have an idea of what you need to succeed.

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I see others making money with bounce houses in my town
I'm a hard worker
My friends and family are supportive of my ideas

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