Start your own amusement rental biz & make $700 a day.
|You can learn how to launch your own amusement business with help from Jim Miller who did it himself. Jim started with a station wagon and a storage space and grew his business while working out of the garage. He's created a manual to teach budding entrepreneurs how to do it and clear $700 a day with just one event. Visit his website to learn more about this fun enterprise and see if you think it might be right for you.|
We like how-to manuals that deliver and we have one to suggest to you if you are considering or are interested in launching your own amusement rental business. You know, renting fun inflatables for picnics and birthday parties, or miniature golf setups for corporate events or other gatherings.
Jim Miller, a Cincinnati, Ohio, veteran amusement company owner, has written another manual on the amusement business. It’s about 200 pages and is called “How To Start And Operate An Amuse-ment Rental Business.” This money-making manual will teach you the fundamentals of starting this fun, profitable and easily-operated home-based business.
Miller started his own with a station wagon and storage space (to keep the inflatables). Then, as his business grew, he went to a van with a small trailer, then a full-sized truck. He accomplished this while working out of his garage until he got big enough to use a mini-storage facility.
He says you can start this business for less than $1200 and work out of your home on weekends. “Most of your startup equipment will easily fit into your garage, basement, storage barn or mini-storage facility,” said Miller.
As Miller got calls for different items, he added to his inventory slowly, but surely. As he grew, he could afford to add more storage area. “When you’re getting anywhere from $100 to $450 for renting an inflatable bounce item, your business grows quickly with little overhead.”
According to Miller, “When you start to add a cotton candy machine, snow cone machine, spin art machine, etc., you have extra things to offer each new customer. Before long you’re renting a bounce, a hot dog steamer, a basketball game, and three carnival games—all with one delivery. That’s $300 to $400 profit, at least. For just delivering stuff and maintaining equipment.”
Miller said, “You can add to your profits by remaining at the event and acting as an attendant for these games and fun. You can add temporary tattoos, sand art, party games, etc. Concentrate on affluent neighborhoods and you can clear $600 or $700 a day with just one event. Or just drop the equipment and supplies off, set it up and let the customer handle everything themselves. Or even have the customer come to you and pick everything up themselves. Corporate picnics are a gold mine. It’s up to you.”
Some of the other revenue-generating events he discusses include: birthday parties, school and church carnivals, grand openings, day care centers, summer camps and more.
The manual sells for $39.95 and an e-book you can download from Miller’s website or $43.90 on a CD-Rom and comes with a money-back guarantee.
Miller is also the author of “How To Make Big Bucks With a Kid’s Entertain-ment Business” and “How To Start and Operate A Corporate Picnic Business.” For complete information on all of these manuals, visit Miller’s website at: www.kidsentertainmentbusiness.com