Things happened faster than I expected and I’m super excited to share Pop Studio’s new balloon-mobile, Stuart VanTinkle!
Stu went on his first installs this weekend and it was a game changer! If you catch us cruising around town filled with balloons, kids (Stu has seats too) or both, please give us a wave!
Thank you Allyson for sharing your new van with us – congratulations!!
Another option some companies use as balloon delivery vehicles for larger deliveries is a trailer.
If you have a vehicle with a large enough engine and towing capacity, consider a trailer.
In 2003 when I purchased Party People I got a 10 foot trailer with the deal and pulled it with our family mini van. And also our SUV!
Later I purchased a used airport shuttle van to have additional seating typically not available in a delivery vehicle.
Next, I had a 12 foot trailer custom built to have more room for balloons!
We had E-Track installed to allow for movable clips to be put in the trailer to strap in Helium tanks, Dollys, Carts and balloon designsas needed. The track on the top allowed me to hang additional poles, mag pole, and 10 foot lenths of arch when needed.
Having a back door that doubled as a ramp provides for easy load and unload of tanks and carts, saving our backs by not having to lift them.
The door in the nose of trailer often helpful during load and unload.
What is your favorite delivery vehicle and why?
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