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Comic Jumps Welcomes New Neighbors with the Help of Party Rentals

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Neighborhood block parties allow those new to the area to meet others easily reports Comic Jumps.

San Carlos, CA, United States of America – April 11, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

According to data collected through the 2007 American Community Survey, the average American moves 11.7 times in his or her lifetime. Each move requires that one meet new neighbors, make new friends, and learn the community they now live in. People often wonder how best to go about doing this, and Comic Jumps in San Francisco has the answer.

“An easy way to meet others and make new friends is to plan a neighborhood block party, one making use of Party Rentals from Comic Jumps. Everyone enjoys a party, and Moon Jump bouncy castle rentals and inflatables ensure everyone, from the little ones on up, has a great time. Parents interact while the kids play, and new neighbors make friends in a short period of time,” Mo Lotfy of Comic Jumps states.

As Comic Jumps handles the set up and take down of the party rental items, one only needs to find appropriate locations for each item rented. Adults must supervise children when the inflatables are in use, but, as Lotfy points out, this is one more way for parents in the neighborhood to become acquainted with not only each other, but children their kids will be interacting with, in the neighborhood and in school. Rent a number on inflatables for various age groups to guarantee fun for all, adults included.

Comic Jumps offers a wide range of inflatables to meet the needs of any customer. From toddler units and jumpers for children to Margarita machines for adults, Comic Jumps party rentals in Bay Area works to meet the needs of all. In addition to the various inflatables and concession items, one can rent tables, chairs and other accessories. “Don’t hesitate to take charge of the neighborhood event as Comic Jumps makes it easy to plan the perfect day for guests of all ages. Others will be impressed with how well one new to the neighborhood did, and all will want to meet the amazing party planner. It’s a great way to introduce oneself to the neighborhood and have fun while doing so,” Lotfy declares.

About Comic Jumps:
Established in 2003, Comic Jumps proudly serves the San Carlos, California area, offering party equipment and inflatable party rentals for birthday parties and more. Events need to be special and different as children are unique, and the staff at Comic Jumps understands this. In addition, the company recognizes the importance of safety and hygiene when it comes to equipment for children, making both top priorities. When one works with Comic Jumps, he or she is never a customer; they are family and are treated as such.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.comicjumps.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Mo Lotfy
Email: news@comicjumps.com
Phone: (650)444-1800
Organization: Comic Jumps

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