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This is Fred Ball for Zions Bank, speaking on business.

Several years ago Kyle and Cindy England were looking for a new business venture to make a little extra money. They wanted to buy a franchise so they could have the support they needed to establish their business without having to start from scratch. They discovered Bounce U and decided it was the perfect opportunity.

Bounce U is an indoor, climate-controlled wonderland of inflatables. The Bounce U play stadiums are equipped with structures suitable for everyone from age 2 to 65. The Englands rent out their Sandy facility for all types of parties, from after-prom parties to children's birthday parties. In addition to events, Bounce U also has open bounce nights.

When parents rent Bounce U for a party, Cindy and Kyle take care of everything from supplying invitations to providing pizza and cake to recording who each present came from. They even help parents carry the presents to their car. Parents like this extensive service because it allows them to enjoy the party instead of worrying about putting it on.

Cindy and Kyle stress safety, fun and cleanliness in their Bounce U facility. The equipment is cleaned and sanitized every day. Two party pros attend each party to supervise and make sure children use the equipment properly. Each inflatable is also designed so worn places can be replaced quickly and easily.

Although the Englands only launched their business in May, Cindy says it has been warmly received thus far. She and Kyle hope to continue growing their business. They are constantly on the lookout for good employees and ways to improve training. In addition, they hope to use Bounce U to give back to the community by providing free parties for underprivileged children or community groups. They are even considering the possibility of starting a children's exercise program next fall.

For Zions Bank, I'm Fred Ball. I'm speaking on business.

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