Cincinnati Party Supply Bounce House Rental Company Announces New Inventory

January 24, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ -

Party-Go-Round, a party supply, and inflatable bounce house rental company serving the Cincinnati area announced it would be adding new items to their inventory. The decision to add the new inventory was made to cater to more to teens and adults. The additional equipment includes new items such as mini-golf, virtual reality rides, and large carnival rides.

“We provide the best value in the area for our customers. We give the same great service as the big companies in the area, but our prices are more in line with the smaller companies. Our customers get the best of both worlds”, stated company co-owner, Ian Mathieu.

Interested parties can go here to request more information or a quote:

Party Go Round is a family-owned business that started from a casual conversation between now co-owners Lynette and Ian Mathieu in 2016. The husband and wife team had no idea what was in store for them with an inflatable and party rental business. However, with a dedication to excellent customer service and a commitment to providing real value, it is no accident that Party Go Round has quickly become leaders in the Cincinnati and surrounding areas party supply rental market. The company’s service areas include, but are not limited to, Greater Cincinnati, Southeast Indiana, and recently Northern Kentucky. To view the latest press release about the company expansion into Northern Kentucky visit

More information about the company’s service areas can be found here:

Whether individuals are throwing a business celebration, a birthday party, or a wedding, many of the requirements will be similar to those types of events. Every event should have the correct supplies so that visitors have a good time and things go off without a hitch. Mr. Mathieu further added, “Typically these styles of events take place where materials are not already provided, which forces people to lease everything necessary in order to make the party a success. This may include chairs, tables, and even table linens. It is simple to make every occasion a success when selecting a service such as Party Go Round as the preferred party rental provider.

By renting party materials, people have a better chance to stay within the budget by not having to buy brand-new supplies that they may only need to use once. Party rentals are affordable, which allows them to stick to a budget and possibly even have a little leftover to add some extras.

When planning a party, the event planner will need to identify what sort of theme they want to have. Instead of looking all over to locate the chairs and table settings for the vision of the event, a party rental company will be able to supply them with a wide range of designs. By doing this, saves time by not having to shop around, as the party rental supply provider will be a one-stop-shop for all the supplies needed.

Throwing a party takes a great deal of work, including setup and teardown. By choosing to go with a company like Party Go Round, the company will deliver the products that have been leased to the specified location and set them up which allows individuals to concentrate on other aspects of the event. The rentals can be taken down as soon as the party is over, which is one less thing to be concerned about.


For more information about Party Go Round, contact the company here:

Party Go Round
Ian Mathieu
(513) 391-4719
3721 Homewood Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45227

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