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40' Obstacle Course

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At TLC Bounce we have many moon bounces.This one we are really excited about and have been waiting for the season to start to unveil it.

This inflatable obstacle course can be an amazing centerpiece for an Indoor FEC or any backyard party. The inflatable play structure begins with a front-loading obstacle entrance, taking participants through tunnels and pop-ups to facilitate maneuvering skills and build confidence. The challenge obstacle then leads to an exciting front-exiting climb and slide, all to guarantee hours of enjoyable physical activity.



 40 Foot Obstacle Course3D Image! CHECK THIS OUT!
Product Dimensions:
Length: 40'0" (12.2 m)
Width: 11'0" (3.36 m)
Height: 12'0" (3.66 m)
Weight: 387 Lbs. (176 kg)



Theme Combo Bounce

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TLC offer many different bounces. We are now uploading "fly-bys" and 3-D images to help you decide on your party rental choices.


This bounce house combo offers up to four different activities for endless hours of activity. Each bouncy castle has a large interior jumping area and a basketball hoop for group interaction, and high-visibility mesh allows spectators to keep an eye on participants. The C4 jumper comes with a climb to conquer with a fun and fast slide, entertainment for even the most active child! Each bouncy castle is manufactured with lite n strong™, fire resistant vinyl for safety, durability and portability for any indoor and outdoor party.




This unit is available in 3 different themes:
Sports (as shown)
Birthday
Celebration


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Cool New Blog Idea

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This blog is very interactive with the how the site is laid out and also the concept that they are putting on the table.

Valentines Day Games For Children

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This game starts simple enough, but as players get the hang of it, tossing another ball or bean bag into the mix could bring on the giggles.

Difficulty: Easy

Time Required: 10 to 20 minutes

Here's How:


This game works best with a group of five to 12 players. Have the children sit or stand in a circle facing each other.Hand one player a red ball or heart-shaped bean bag (you can make your own heart-shaped bean bags by modifying these instructions for square ones).Tell the player holding the ball to call out another player's name and then gently toss the ball to them.The player whose name was called catches the ball and then announces another player's name and throws it to them. Continue this until all the players get a chance throwing and catching the ball. Give the kids some time to feel comfortable with this and challenge them to see how long they can continue without dropping the ball.Once everyone's feeling confident, throw a second ball into the mix. Now they must kee…

Winter Party Planning!

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Celebrating a birthday for children or teens with a party in the winter can be a problem ! Don’t let the cold weather and snow scare you, when kids start running, jumping, and playing outside in the cold they won't even notice the temperature.After they get sweaty and tired, bring them inside for some hot chocolate!

Our moon bounces and slides can be setup outside in the cold. They can either be staked down into the ground or they can be held down with sandbags on each anchor point. Safety is our first priority at TLC Bounce.

Check out our great selection of moon bounces and inflatables and character themes!

Got snow? No problem! TLC Bounce of Philadelphia rents fun carnival games that can easily be set up indoors and are perfect for an open living room or basement.

 Call us today to set up your upcoming party today!




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Grandfather Delivers Snow To Build Snowman For Granddaughter

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A grandfather last week gave his granddaughter the most memorable gift.

After the "Blizzard of 2015" hit last week, which Philadelphia did not get. Providence, Rhode Island resident Allen Queen loaded his truck with snow and drove 375 miles south to his granddaughter’s home in Glen Burnie, Maryland, the Capital Gazette reported.

Queen told the girl that Elsa—from the hit movie “Frozen”—helped deliver the snow, according to the Capital Gazette. The duo then proceeded to build a snowman in the front yard.
Sophie had been hoping for snow but Maryland has received a minuscule amount so far.

“And then there’s just this random snowman in our yard,” her mother, Nicole, told the Capital Gazette.


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