Do you want your guests to feel special and to remember your event for years to come?
Book the award winning Cow Town Twister, Aaron Phelps!
I am a well studied and mega experienced artist and entertainer. Whether at a restaurant kid's nights (Polaris El Vaquero, Quaker Steak and Lube, and Hilliard's Skyline Chili), private parties, festivals, corporate parties, malls, schools, and even at a school bus compound, I have fascinated thousands of spectators in and around central Ohio in a special personalized, interactive fashion. I use the highest quality and most vibrantly colored balloons ( always over 40 colors).
I offer different methods of entertainment, none of which require guests to stand long lines. Pricing options for guests of all ages include:
"The Queue": This option gives each guest a very clear idea of what can be made with balloons. I bring magazines/posters with hundreds pictures of different creations to give the kids ideas of what they might like in a balloon sculpture. As they figure out what they would like, 'we' put them in a queue.
'Balloon Show': This option might go well, if you desire to have other activities planned at your party, such as face painting, bounce house, etc... I leave the magazines and posters at home and focus more on comedy, magic and props. Afterward, each guest receives a small yet-not-simple sculpture. There would be no decision on their part because each creation would be nearly identical. I can make different creations for boys than girls, but there are a lot of creations that please both, for example, 'Minions' from "Despicable Me". This works well when you aren't sure how many of each will be there (RSVP). Kids also love the noises that can be made with balloons. I have kept groups of 15-20 pre-schoolers focused for over 30 minutes, so 5 and 6 year olds could probably focus for at least that. With this option, I can usually get in and out in under an hour.
"Incredible Interactive", where guests get to search through thousands of balloons of many shapes, colors and sizes. This option goes well for guests who love to create for themselves. If time allows, they also get access to different size pumps to pump them up themselves. I also pre-inflate about 50-75 'modeling' balloons (more difficult for younger kids to inflate themselves) for them to 'twist' (and maybe pop) themselves. Each kid usually goes home with either a crazy hat that they helped fashion, or a large plastic bag full of colorful 'rounds', hearts, and spiral balloons.