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Business Policies you'll need put in place
  Pricing Structure, You might think that low-balling your competition that you're going to get more business seems like a good idea. …until someone does it to you. It creates price deterioration in your area. Don't do it! Be competitive. Make yourself known for the different equipment you may carry (inflatable themes), being on time, having clean equipment and going that extra mile. There is usually enough business to go around. Why would you want to do the same work as your competition for less money? You'll still have the same expenses!
  Who is going to answer the phone? If you can’t always answer the phone what message will you have?
  What is going to be in your liability contract and/or safety waiver for inflatables?
  What is your rain policy?
  Will you have attended or unattended rentals?
  Who can assist you on days you might need extra help?
  Where will the inflatable units be stored?
  If your unit becomes wet who will set the unit up ASAP, to allow drying and  prevent mildew growth?
  Will you require deposits? And if so, how much?
  You will need to open a separate bank account for your business.
  Will you accept credit cards and if so, who will be your processor?
  Will you need to apply for a sales tax certificate? Most states require that you collect sales tax on rentals (you will need to research your states requirements) who will fill out the quarterly or monthly paperwork?
  You will need to make a reservation book. If you only have a few units, you could probably buy a date book at a local office supply. If you have several units you will probably have to make your own reservation book or possibly research reservation rental software.
  What will your reservation checklist have? Name, Address, City, Zip, Phone, alternate phone, type of surface, reservation time, outlet/power available. Your reservation book information may vary.
  Do you have an accident report form prepared? (just incase).
  Do you have a safety program implemented?
  Do you know how to safely setup and take down a bounce house?
  Do you know that standards on safety on how to secure a bounce house?

 











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