Grand Opening Entertainment with FUN BUS
Is your business looking for fresh ideas to help attract customers to your grand opening? FUN BUS is perfect for any grand opening with children in attendance. Parents love the structured and monitored playtime their children get to enjoy, and you'll be complimented on your thoughtful choice of FUN, yet safe entertainment!
Reservations are made on a first-come first-serve basis. Reserve the FUN BUS by contacting us today.
What is included?
A FUN BUS grand opening event is at least one hour (or longer based on your requirements) of organized entertainment for the children with two fully trained FUN instructors. Entertainment consists of tumbling, climbing, jumping, hanging, flipping, swinging, sliding — you name it! Some of the equipment on the bus includes: Giant Donut, Balance Beam, Basketball Hoops, Trampoline, Punching Bag, Mini Rock Wall, Rings, Monkey Bars, Tumbling Wedge and more.
We also play games and have a great time. It is an hour of structured FUN. The children exit the bus through the rear door via a slide (weather permitting). Rain or Shine, Hot or Cold, the FUN BUS is the perfect way to entertain children at your grand opening event.
Are you ready to make your grand opening the talk of the town?
You must guarantee parking for the bus. Forty feet (four parking spaces) is needed. In addition, the parked bus cannot obstruct the flow of traffic on the street. Therefore, the street must be wide enough to allow other vehicles to pass by the parked bus. Reservations are made on a first-come first-serve basis. Reserve the FUN BUS by contacting us today.
Parents & Kids Love FUN BUS!
"My 4 & 6 year old daughters and their friends both LOVED the FUN Bus!! The best part was for the parents - sitting in my living room, sipping coffee, and watching from afar as their kids had an hour of exercise & FUN! I highly recommend the FUN Bus!!"
- Darcie K.
Areas We Serve
Brockton, Wrentham, Franklin, Foxboro, Sharon, Canton, Stoughton, Holbrook, Plainville, Randolph, Braintree, Mansfield, Attleboro, Avon, Weymouth, Milton, and Quincy