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Moon Jump Launches Latest Rental Packages In Honor Of Upcoming Graduates Of All Ages

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Chicago area inflatable rental company offers discounted rentals for celebrations.

Chicago, IL, United States of America – March 13, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

With winter drawing to a close, those of all ages anxiously anticipate impending warm weather and the promise of more desirable conditions for enjoying fresh air. Despite unlimited potential for planned outdoor activities in the months ahead, a considerable number of people have their sights set on May and June when millions of graduations will be taking place. Along with these graduations comes an eagerness to celebrate the occasion in a unique and memorable way. With this in mind, Ted Nunez of Moon Jump has launched the company’s latest selection of graduation party rental packages.

Nunez confirmed, “Many people automatically think of high school and college when graduation time rolls around, but that’s only part of the picture. Middle school students have ceremonies acknowledging their passage into the next step in their lives. Those in elementary school mark their entry into middle school, and even preschoolers don their caps and gowns to commemorate their initiation into kindergarten. These are all milestones, and all parents have equal reason to express their pride in their children’s accomplishments by celebrating these benchmarks.”

Beginning with the standard graduation package, parents can take advantage of substantial discounts on the rental of any standard bounce house along with a 20?20 tent, 4 tables and 24 chairs. Upgraded packages are also available at the promotional price including combination units as well as Moon Jump’s most popular inflatable obstacle courses. Nunez noted both the Chaos and Blue Challenge units are perfect for ages 8 through the older teens, which encompasses elementary through high school.

The sports packages also cater to those of all ages with the Arena Jump, its larger counterpart the All Sport, or the further expansive and all inclusive Sports Arena. Each comes with the necessary accessories to enjoy all the features the unit has to offer. With spring and summer birthdays also on the horizon, birthday packages are also available. During these seasons, the company’s inflatable slides are also highly sought after units. Water slides and slip n’ slides enter the mix as well.

Customers may also be interested in the movie night package providing Moon Jump’s 16?9 screen, DVD/Blue Ray player, projector, speakers, popcorn machine and popcorn. Nunez mentioned some customers plug their gaming system into the setup for a truly unique and larger than life experience. Additional tables, chairs, tents, games, concessions, generators and other accessories can be added to any package to accommodate larger parties.

Aside from these seasonal promotions, the company is widely known in their area as the home of the $99 jump. This continual offering covers an extensive selection of popular characters and themed bounce houses. “We congratulate our area graduates of all ages,” concluded Nunez, “and we are proud to be a part of the commemoration of their accomplishments. We wish them the best in their journey through life, and hope to help them celebrate the milestones in their own children’s lives in the future.”

About Moon Jump:
Founded more than 2 decades ago in Naperville, Illinois, Moon Jump is a family owned and operated company serving the Chicago area. The company has evolved from its initial inventory of a single inflatable to the extensive and widely varied selection they now offer. Providing an array of party supplies, bounce houses, interactive games and inflatable slide rentals, they continue the company’s legacy of exemplary customer service, vast variety and affordable pricing.

For more information about us, please visit http://moonjump.net/

Contact Info:
Name: Ted Nunez
Email: news@moonjump.net
Phone: 630-705-1000
Organization: Moon Jump

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