Do you remember the inflatable bouncer you played, which gives you hours of fun and enjoyment when you were a kid? Now, you can relive those memories when you were a child if you heard of The Beast, the world's biggest inflatable obstacle course for adults.
The bouncer is 839 feet in length and is made up of 32 different pieces that you can customize. Brought to you by the Belgian company V-Formation that specializes in making inflatables for adults, The Beast can get to travel around the globe if you happen to invite them in your city.
So, even though you live in Dubai or Ireland, if you want The Beast, you can ask them to visit your place for city festivals, NGO fundraising events, private family gatherings, corporate team buildings, sports events or city marketing purposes. The company said they can adapt to any location but would ask to take up approximately 70 on 40 meters for them to plan and assemble your desired obstacle course.
Inflatable challenges include running, crawling and avoiding bouncy balls, walls, rings and spikes. You can even take your kids with you, however, take note children below 12 years old still, need adult supervision.
Meanwhile, V-Formation wanted The Beast to be aimed in particular for adults to live their childhood fun again and relish playing with friends, family, and co-workers. "We want to bring people together & share happiness. The importance of spreading good vibes is often underrated!" V-Formation founding partner, Benedikt De Vreese, said on their website.
So far, The Beast will be visiting Groomebridge Place Estates, Kent, the United Kingdom on April 29 and 30 for their Extreme Festival, and on May 26 to 29 for the obstacle course to be featured at Betteshanger Park. Anybody who wants to have the world's biggest inflatable obstacle course in their country should visit The Beast's website and ask for a partnership.
If you want to have you own inflatable bouncer from The Beast, you can be their franchise partner with your own unique inflatable parts.
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