Balloon Business Owners, Are Your Clients Finding You Online?

Balloon Business Owners, Are Your Clients Finding You Online?

Consumers now spend more than five hours a day on their smartphones. Up to 70% of web traffic happens on a mobile device. 75 % of emails are viewed from a phone, and 25 % from a desktop or laptop.   Why is this important for you as a balloon business owner?
  • When people are searching online for balloons, is it easy for them to know how to order from you?
  • Do they see how to order their balloon decor or entertainment package from you quickly, or lose interest searching for what they are looking for?
  • Do you do a regular check of your online platforms to make sure all needed information is up to date?
In our Facebook group Balloon Coach Community that is set up to help balloon business owners have support in growing their business, you can download the checklist that is reviewed in the free webinar below. You will find in the group files Social Media Website checklist Click here for a free webinar reviewing tips for the Social Media Checklist Social Media and website checklist free webinar Google is the way that people look for services. Taking time to make sure your have a strong online presence is a key for faster growth. Make time in your schedule this week to do the full review of your online presence to enhance the experience for your clients allowing people to be able to find you when they need you! If you would like more help making sure clients are finding you online check out the webinar replay from Brandon Turpin How to Find New Customers Online Starting Today! You can purchase the replay on it’s own, if you were not a member or our Passport to Success program when it aired. The best value in online training in the balloon industry is the Balloon Boss Mastermind Program gaining access to over $2,500 of online training and support, including webinars from dozens of Balloon Professionals from around the world! Are there other topics you would like support in growing your thriving balloon business? Email Joette@ballooncoach.com to share the areas you need support in.   Your Partner in Success,   Joette Giardina, CBA BalloonCoach.com Balloon Boss Mastermind access to over $2,500 of training and support at your finger tips 24/7 Looking forward to June and July on the road across the USA! I would love to meet you at one of the classes check out Summer LIVE tour 2019 of 9 Cities!

Taking the Leap from Part-time to Full-time Balloon Business Owner!

Taking the Leap from Part-time to Full-time Balloon Business Owner!

When I started in the Balloon Industry in 2003, I purchased an existing business that had been a store front in Lakeland, Florida and the owner moved the business into her home when her lease on the retail store doubled. At the time I was looking for a way to work from home to be an at-home mom to my 4-year old daughter and I was burnt out serving as a social worker and jumped into the balloon business with two feet as my full time job. I had to make it work if I did not want to return to “corporate world”. My husband is a teacher in Florida so I have to bring in income into our family to help pay our bills, so this had to be a money income producing venture. My first job was to let people know that Party People was still a business, even though no longer operating a store front. I got active in the local chamber and business networking groups. I was motivated to face my fears, and do new things daily to make the balloon business profitable as I did not like the idea of returning to a job I did not like, so I grew my home based business to over $150,000 a year in sales. Now I serve as the Marketing Manager of Party People Events and it is exciting to be a part of a team that does over half a million dollars in sales a year, operating from a warehouse with a team! Over the last 16 years I have met a lot of amazing people in the balloon industry. The ones that I find that have full time income from balloons face challenges on a daily bases and don’t just sit around waiting for the phone to ring. They take action daily to grow their business. BalloonCoach.com was created to help you have the resources you need to learn from others successes and failures so that you can grow your business quicker knowing a path that will lead you to success.                                       Meet today’s Guest Blogger Melissa Vega, Owner of Jujabel, LLC, Raleigh, North Carolina. I first met Melissa at a hands on training I held in Orlando called Bridge the Gap to Success, I taught a full day of Setting Goals and how to Network and grow your business, and David Mahoney taught the 2nd day on how to build framing and overlay design. That workshop is what lead me to create Promotions & Profits Retreat Orlando. I have followed Melissa on social media and watched her business blossom and asked her to share her journey with you.   I got my start in balloons many years ago as a teen in New York City. I attended a performing arts school and instead of selecting a major in drama or chorus like everyone else, I chose Circus Arts sponsored by the Big Apple Circus. We were taught juggling, trapeze, tumbling, Spanish web and many other cool circus related skills. Being in the program afforded many of us the opportunity to perform with our instructors around the city. This was my first experience in learning that you can get paid very well for a 1 or 2 hour “gig”. At 14, I realized you didn’t have to work a 9 to 5, Monday through Friday to make a living. That stuck with me my entire life. It was during one of these gigs at a circus themed event I was taught how to make my very first spiral garland balloon arch. Ever since balloons have been apart of my life. I’ve worked for two other balloon company’s in NYC. Gaining more knowledge about balloons, working at some of the most prestigious venues amongst the most prominent clientele in the Tri-state area. After several years working with balloons and entering into my first serious relationship and having my first child, I found myself in an extremely abusive relationship. After my then boyfriend stalked and embarrassed me on various jobs It took me several more years to gain the strength to leave. By the time I decided to leave, my son was 5 and I packed a bag and headed to Florida. This was March of 2005. Upon my arrival in Orlando with a child in tow, I stayed with my cousin and landed a receptionist job making $7.00 and hour. I must of cried the entire 3 months I worked there. Office work was never my thing let alone making $7.00 an hour. I made more teaching circus arts in their after-school program, but hey this was new norm at the time and I had to suck it up until I found something better, I was just relieved to be out of the situation I was in. Fast-forward 10 years later, I’d met my husband at that crappy $7 and hour job, relocated to Raleigh, NC, had 2 more kids and it wasn’t until I had my 3rd child, my daughter Isabella, that I got the creative bug to want to do balloons again. At that moment I decided to create an LLC, and that’s how Jujabel was born. Jujabel is a mashup of my 3 children’s names (Juji, Jayden and Isabella).               I remember when my first order came in from burton + Burton and my husband said let me see what you can make. Up until that day he had never seen me inflate a balloon, but he knew it was a passion of mine and pushed me to start my business. The first thing I made after 10 years was this flower. I think he was relieved when he finally saw my work. He had no clue about the world of balloons and all its glory. Him putting blind faith into me and my dreams is something I’m eternally grateful for. As I started toying around with my newly founded balloon business, I continued to work at the local hospital in the Emergency Department. A place where I got to see people at their most vulnerable moments. Working there really beefed up my customer service skills, but the job itself, left me with no joy and a great deal of sadness, anxiety and depression. I knew it was a dead-end job, so I used it to help jumpstart my business. I made the conscious decision to cut out any extracurricular activities, vacations, hair and nail salons. Anything extra went on the business. One of the first things I invested in was the help of Sandi Massori,with her Balloon Business Bootcamp with Caity Byrne & Rachel Porter, I knew how to work with balloons but didn’t know how to run a balloon business. The next training events I invested in was BalloonCoach.com Bridge the Gap to Success in November 2016 in Orlando and Promotions and Profits Retreat Orlando, November 2018. All the trainings have helped me gain new skills, helped with pricing, book-keeping, website & social media presence, networking and an overall feeling of, I can really do this! This last year at my job I gradually cut back my hours, working less and less so I can focus on my clients and their events. In the beginning it was easy for me to manage both the business and my job because balloon jobs were so far apart that I had time to schedule days off or swap a shift with someone else. At no point did I feel like my business was taking too long to grow or manifest itself into a David Mahoney style balloon shop. I knew that if I continued to tend to my garden so to speak, that the butterflies will come, and so I continued at a slow and steady pace. I knew my numbers were always looking better and doubled from the year before. The only thing I couldn’t master was determining or projecting what the next month would bring. Each new month starts with 2 or 3 jobs on the books and ends with 15 or 20 by the end of the month. Almost all the balloon jobs I book are last minute. Due to the uptick in last minute jobs it became harder for me to leave work. There were days where I would be at work stressed because there was prep work I could have been doing, quoting/invoicing or sometimes I’d have to go straight to a balloon job after working an overnight shift. When February 2019 rolled around, the jobs that I booked were almost all on Sundays. Sundays were my days to work at the hospital. Previously I rarely booked jobs on Sundays, and this time around I had 2 months of Sunday jobs booked solid. It was almost as if God was telling me it’s now or never. I tried requesting these days off to no avail. My new boss would not give me Sundays off. With that, the decision was pretty much made without me. I put in my notice and since then my email has been blowing up. The floodgates have officially opened. I’ve even turned down a couple jobs because I’m already booked. I wasn’t worried about losing a job before because I had my “backup job”, so now I have to put new processes in place and look at getting some more help so I don’t turn down anymore balloon jobs. To me these are new and very much welcomed challenges I face. It means I’m doing something right.                                                       To all of you that are still working full-time jobs while working your balloon business and you want to transition into running your business full-time, I recommend slowly weaning yourselves away by going from full-time to part-time or by tightening up your budget at home. Cut out any luxuries and separating your wants from your needs. Learn to be frugal. I did it for a little over 3 years now and I don’t regret it one bit, especially if it means you get to be your own boss!   Thank you Melissa for sharing your story to help encourage and inspire other Balloon Business owners. When you Dream about having a successful company and take action daily you can create a Thriving Balloon Business the industry is booming! If you are at a point in your balloon business where you would like extra support, training and encouragement as you take your leap, I invite you to check out the resources at BalloonCoach.com. Looking forward to June and July on the road across the USA! I would love to meet you at one of the classes check out Summer LIVE tour 2019 of 9 Cities! Have a question about what training would best fit your needs, email Joette@ballooncoach.com Supporting you in creating a thriving balloon business,   Joette Giardina, CBA BalloonCoach.com Balloon Boss Mastermind access to over $2,500 of training and support at your finger tips 24/7  

2019 Tour – Balloon Training with Balloon Coach Joette Giardina, CBA

2019 Tour – Balloon Training with Balloon Coach Joette Giardina, CBA

  Balloon Coach Joette Giardina, CBA has been in the balloon industry full time since 2003, based in Lakeland, Florida. Over the years Joette, grew her home based business to over $150,000 a year in sales through investing in balloon training, networking in the business and events community in her area and taking sales courses to improve her sales conversation to increase sales. Studies show that 30 % of most businesses fail in the first 2 years, 50% fail during the first five years and 66% during the first ten years. Being a balloon business owner can be overwhelming at times. This summer, Joette is bringing tips from 16 years full time in the industry to help you build the business of your dreams. In 2015 she sold her decor company to coordinate online and in person business building training for the balloon industry. Giardina continues to serve as the Marketing Manager for Party People Events that now grosses over half a million dollars in sales a year. Joette understands the daily obstacles faced by balloon business owners and brings you the tips that have helped Party People Thrive! After many requests from Balloon Coach members around the United States, this summer Joette and her husband Brian are packing up their inflators, Clik-Clik Magpole, UV lighting, Uplighting, pipe and drape, balloons, fun prizes from sponsors and workbooks to spread tips to help you grow Your Thriving Balloon Business! Thanks to our generous sponsors the full day class is only $150! Click here for full details and save your spot! Join BalloonCoach.com’s Joette Giardina on her 9 city tour. With years of experience in operating her own balloon business and coaching balloon professionals, Joette answers some of the most prominent questions artists have today. Additionally, Joette will teach you tips on choosing the right framing and rigging, along with tricks to foil and latex organic designs and neon lighting. This is a full day class packed with great information on how to choose the right design to recommend to your client, pricing your decor, closing the deal and more. Lunch is provided along with in-depth class notes, plus raffle prizes throughout the day. Don’t forget to bring your camera for decor photos and your business cards to network with fellow balloon pros! Definitely a class you won’t want to miss!   What will be covered in the class: • Backbone to Creating Profitable Balloon Decor – choosing the right framing and rigging • Tips & Tricks to creating profitable Foil & Latex Organic designs • Confidently educating your client on decor items best for their event • Lighting that increases the perceived value of your balloons • Checklist to price for profit • Quoting with confidence • Art of Closing the Sale • Overcoming Price Objections • Checklist for Creating Your Thriving Balloon Business and step into the role of Balloon Boss! BONUS: Everyone who registers by April 30th will get a link to a BONUS webinar on Thursday, May 2nd, 9pm Eastern, 6pm Pacific                   About the Instructor: Based out of Lakeland, Florida, Joette was always the one put in charge of organizing events and decorations for special occasions in college while studying for her Bachelor in Outdoor Recreation and Leisure studies. After working as an activities director and in social work, Joette decided to turn her creative passion into a full-time balloon business. In 2003, Joette purchased Party People Celebration Company. Joette is an award-winning designer, and most recently was presented with the Inspire Award by Betallic at FLOAT 2019 for creating new business resources for the balloon industry through BalloonCoach.com. In 2014, she sold her decor company, but she stays active in the company serving as part-time marketing director and crew leader for Party People Events that grossed over 1/2 million dollars in sales in 2018 and is growing. Joette serves as a catalyst in the industry for business education and increased resources by offering webinars, business coaching, and hosts the annual Promotions & Profits Retreat in Orlando near Disney Springs. Joette credits the success of both of her businesses in the balloon world to hard work and support from the extensive network of balloon professionals who inspired her throughout the years. We look forward to seeing you on the road this summer! While on the journey, Joette plans to stop by some balloon businesses, if you are on her route email Joette@ballooncoach.com Include the name of your business, full address and phone number to contact you. Are you unable to join us on the summer tour? Join us online for Balloon Boss Mastermind to have access to over $2,500 of online training and group coaching by Joette. Get some behind the scenes coverage from the tour! Balloon Boss Mastermind Your Partner in Success, Joette Signature 1           Joette Giardina, CBA Mentor. Motivator. Speaker. Create a Thriving Balloon Business! Balloon Boss Mastermind    

5 Tips to Creating Sales When Non-profits Ask for Free Balloons!

5 Tips to Creating Sales When Non-profits Ask for Free Balloons!

  When non-profits call your balloon company asking for donations, it can be a bit of a challenge not to get frustrated. Before the 5 tips, I want to give a bit of an overview so you know where I’m coming from. I have always been taught – to whom much is given, much is expected. I have a tendency to want to help others whenever I can and feel in my heart that giving back to the community I live in is important. I have also worked for non-profit agency’s in my careers prior to owning a balloon business, so I know what it’s like being that person on the other end of the phone saying “Hi this is Joette with _________can you please donate for __________.” When I purchased Party People Celebration Company in December of 2003 it was my first time being fully self-employed and running a business! I knew I loved balloons, enjoyed planning parties and wanted to be my own boss. Other than that I had NO IDEA what I was getting myself into! The previous owner of my company let me know that she gets a LOT of calls for donations, so that I would want to pick the ones I would want to give to, and give a discount to the rest. WHY give a donation to anyone? Many of the business people I respect have a special organization that they give money, or in-kind support to. The people I know who are extremely wealthy have many Non Profit Organizations that they give their time and money to, so I felt that it is the right thing for me to do the same. This Hot air balloon was created for a non-profit. The original call was asking for a donation, and I was able to turn it into a $1,000 budget (if it was a corporate client, I would of charged more). At $1,000 I was able to pay two staff to work with me, clear a nice profit and create something I had always wanted to build. I now sell the directions on how to build it and photos of the hot air balloon on my website has led to other great clients. (Those things would of not happened if I blew off the phone call asking for a donation!) bc business goals HA                 5 Tips to respond when a non-profit calls:
  1. Be Prepared. Know that your going to get emails, phone calls, and letters in the mail asking for donations from your company. Type up your response email now, have it as a template and all you have to do is copy and paste that response back in a reply to the email you get in your inbox. Use that same template as what to SAY when someone calls you. Do you give discounts, no discounts, or just business as normal? What ever your policy, follow up with the person as you never know if they may find a sponsor to pay for your decor.
  2. Show Interest in the event. Example when Laura from the Cancer Society calls you stating I would like for you to donate decorations for our upcoming Gala. Many people I know just state we don’t donate and try to get the person off the phone as quick as possible. Instead my approach is more like this: (put a smile on my face and think of Laura as every other paying customer) Hi Laura, thank you for calling Party People about your upcoming Gala, I’m so glad we were the first company you contacted about decor for your event. What is the date and location of your event? (this shows you have interest in their event and gives you information to see what you can suggest for them to purchase). We love working at The Lakeland Center, it’s a large blank slate that we transform with custom decor and lighting to create a memorable occasion for your guest. What is the theme of your event? (again gathering more information example we have many props and components to center pieces from past events I know we can offer at a deep discount and still make a profit). After gathering the information I state. A Masquerade ball – what an enchanted theme, I can see the men in their black ties, and ladies in their gowns. We can create a magical canopy over the dance floor, and elegant entrance to greet your guest as they arrive., centerpieces on the tables and room decor. The package for the items I have descriped retails for $2,000 , since this is a non profit we offer a 15 % discount so your total will just be $1,700. What is your email address so I can send you an invoice for the event. Well we don’t really have a budget, we only spent $500 last year on all the decorations, we did it ourselves and it just didn’t look very nice. So glad you called Party People Laura, for $500 we can create one of the items I described which is most important to you : a canopy over the dance floor, entrance decor, centerpieces or room decor? Over the years I became much more confident in the delivery of these statements and Won over many “can I have a donations” into paying customers – give it a try! As I always tell my coaching clients, if YOU DON”T ASK FOR THE SALE, the answer is always NO!
  3. Educate your caller. Hi this is John with the Kidney Foundation Walk. For June 20th we would like you to donate a balloon arch for the start of the walk, we see from your website you work with a lot of non-profits. (put a smile on your face and be glad to speak with him) Hi John, so glad you called Party People for your balloon decor! You are correct we do a LOT of WORK for Non-profits, as you know Lakeland is a very giving town, holding multiple fundraisers almost every weekend of the year. As you can imagine if I donated to every wonderful event you see on my website – I would have to be a non-profit myself! What decor caught your eye on my website? I really liked the pink a white arch you did for the Cancer walk for life in Bartow. Great that is a 30 ft garland arch on outdoor supports with Delivery and take down the total is $410, plus delivery and strike fee. Since you are a non profit we discount the arch 15 % so $348 and delivery fees based on time and location. (do not say anything else….do not set up your own objection just wait for John to speak) How much is the delivery fee? Where are we delivering to and what time? 5 am on Saturday to Downtown Lakeland. Your delivery fee is $75, and take down $75. We have some volunteers that can take down the arch. GREAT, you will just need to return the steel 2 ft by 2 ft bases and poles to me by 5 pm on Sunday. If not returned a replacement fee of ___________ will be charged. I will give you instructions on how to take it apart. Your total will be $423 what email address should I send it to and who do I make the invoice out to? Another response might be we only have $200 to spend. Then I give them the option of Topiary Balls on Stakes or 2 Columns.
  4. Written Policy: Have a written policy for what you donation procedure is. Many non profits ask for a Gift certificate or Item to put in a silent auction. Some balloon companies give every one a $20 gift cerficate with expiration date one year from the event for pick up only. I made gift certificate for $20 towards a decor order (client must pay delivery fees and have a minimum $200 order unless doing a pick up) If you wish to have a form people fill out and submit – create that. If you give 15% discount with proof of being a 501C Non profit have that in writing.
  5. Practice what you are going to say: The more you say creative things to get people to buy and smile when you talk to sound happy about their event the better the words flow when a live call comes in or you need to type up a response on facebook or an email. By educating my clients I cannot count the amount of times someone went from NO MONEY to sending me a check for $250 to $3,000 to work on a non profit event.
It’s all about being confident in yourself and the business you run, acting professional and overcoming objections. MOST people calling you for a donation are either a volunteer or NEW to their job. Many have NO idea how to ask a company to be a sponsor and pay for an arch or a column as a donation to an event. Over the years when people said “we don’t have money in the budget” I would say your total for what you requested is $300 when you find someone who can donate that money – give me a call and book. Sometimes it would happen that year, other times the following year as they now knew the amount to budget and ask for as they prepared their budget for the following years event. QUESTIONS to Consider
  • What is YOUR marketing budget for the Year?
  • How do you get your name out to the public without paying for advertising on TV, Radio etc?
  • Did you know people like to buy from people they Know, Like and Trust?
  • Do the people in your community know your business exist?
When I first started running Party People, I had only lived in my town for 3 years, so I did not know a lot of people. I did not have MONEY in the bank to spend on advertising, I was scraping by. One of the ways I built up people knowing that Party People existed was to be an In Kind sponsor for events. I would donate $200 to $2000 retail value of decor to be a sponsor for an event I felt strongly about and new my target audience would be attending. I would make sure I got tickets to the event so I could mingle with people and help them understand that Party People created the awesome decor in the room, and had an opportunity to see if they had need for decor during the year. Balloon Companies are not the only businesses that get asked to donate things. It happens to EVERYONE…all types of businesses. YOU determine which events will be best exposure to the TARGET CLIENTS you are looking for. Look at it as marketing dollars spent, to then have great photos of your work to put on your website, and KNOW the value of what you donated so when someone calls, I see you decorated for the March of Dimes Chef’s auction, I would like the same decor you are ready with “Wonderful, the total cost of that package to transform your space is $2,000 what email address should I send the invoice to?”   Are you looking for more support as you grow your thriving balloon business? Balloon Boss Mastermind provides you with access to online training 24/7 to help you on your road to success with access to group coaching so you don’t have to be on this journey alone. If you are new to ballooncoach.com I wanted to let you know we have many more blogs that have been written, some interviewing fellow balloon pros sharing tips on sales calls, creating professional quotes, hiring and much more! Ready for hands on training you can come to our annual Balloon Boss Pro Summit in Orlando to be one of 96 attendees with 18 amazing instructors from around the world. To be a part of the business conversation join us on facebook at Balloon Coach Community If you would like to be a part of small group or one to one training at our Party People Events Headquarters in Auburndale Florida email  Joette@ballooncoach.com Your Partner in Success, Joette Signature 1           Joette Giardina, CBA Mentor. Motivator. Speaker. Create a Thriving Business! balloonbosspro.com

Creating New Balloon Customers for Valentine’s Day

Creating New Balloon Customers for Valentine’s Day

  The month of LOVE is a great time for balloon sales if you make a plan and take action! You SELL what you SHARE
  • Create balloon designs that you want to sell, post them on your website, social media and in email to your past clients and mailing list with a call to action when they need to order by.
  • Call target clients and let them know what services you are offering and close the sale!
  • Take action today!
Potential Decor Clients:
  • Father Daughter Dances being held at local schools or churches
  • Car Dealership
  • Retail stores wanting to draw in customers
  • Jewelry Stores
  • Restaurants that host romantic dinners
  Decor inspiration from a TV appearance Sandi Masori of Balloon Utopia did with a puffed Link Heart – big and makes a great backdrop for photos or decor in a large space. Can be rigged from the ceiling with a clik clik mag pole and large ring magnets.   For Directions on how to make this heart click this link to The Very Best Balloon Blog by Sue Bowler CBA Another resource for design ideas is Betallic.com and register to gain access to the b-gallery and type Valentine’s Day.   One of my favorite sleek columns is topped with a Chain of Hearts. I created these for a Valentine’s Day Dance at a local church years ago!   Delivery Ideas If you don’t have access to helium – no problem when you focus on air filled delivery pieces. You can go bright and bold or traditional Valentine’s Colors. P.S. People celebrate birthday’s in February and all year long, you don’t have to limit yourself to marketing just for Valentine’s Day in February. Rachel Porter from Balloon Splendor started her balloon business as as single mom, delivering lovely balloon flower bouquets from her home. Here are two of her lovely sellable designs. Pick colorful containers from your balloon distributor or a local retailer to fill with your beautiful balloons. Choose from clay and plastic pots, tins, gift boxes, baskets or vases.   Another delivery idea that I created while at Florida Super Jam are simple Heart Roses, and they you can put in a container or wrap with 160’s. With any arrangement you make you want to add some weight to them so that the piece stands up well. 6 inch hearts, and a 260 with 2 pinch twist make really cute arrangements. I used 3 stacked at different heights to make a fun design for your customers to show how much they love the recipient. You can create a variety of designs to offer, but keep it simple and clear messaging to make ordering easy for your customers. ***Make sure to charge well for you time and include the delivery fee if you are delivering the items. If you have a store you can set up for pick up in the store = remember to protect yourself and get paid IN ADVANCE before making any arrangements. Florist get paid BEFORE they make their designs and so should you!     Valentine’s Day can be a great time for sales for the balloon industry -but you have to make a plan, set pricing for profit and take action now to educate your customers and land the sales. If you wait till Feb 1st you may only catch a few folks last minute…start your marketing now! Would you like to have more structure to your marketing for your business? Do you struggle with Pricing for Profit? Do you wish you had a larger portfolio of Balloon photos to use in your marketing? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, Sandi Masori will be holding her last 5 week, Live Online Balloon Business Bootcamp starting February 1oth. Learn how to jumpstart your balloon business from “America’s Top Balloon Expert” Sandi Masori, “Balloon Coach” Joette Giardina, and “Queen of Pricing” Rachel Porter Check out the details and grab your seat today BalloonExpertSchool.com Bonus Instructors during one of the weeks of balloon business bootcamp will join us to inspire you with the amazing possibilities of balloons Award winning designers and industry legends, Rocky & Terry Toomey check out this amazing NYE balloon drop they orchestrated The balloon industry is Booming! If you want to make growth in your business, make an investment in your education from resources inside and outside the balloon industry. If you struggle with knowing what the best next step is for your business email me to set up a free 10 minute consultation of where you are and where you want to be to help you find the best training to fit your situation! Joette@ballooncoach.com Are you thinking about setting up a Kiosk in a Mall? Know that sales have been down in malls due to online shopping, you could lose a lot of money if you have a high overhead investment to be at the mall. To make mall sales work you must have a strong campaign to get people to the mall to pick up their items from you…DO NOT think that just because you go to a mall you will automatically have a ton of customers. Learn tips and tricks to increase your sales from our past webinar speaker replay you can purchase the replay on it’s own or purchase Balloon Boss Mastermind to have access to all our past webinars plus the balloon boss support program Mary Lou Kunka, Increase Your Seasonal and Holiday Sales     Your Partner in Success, Joette Giardina, CBA Mentor. Motivator. Speaker. balloonbosspro.com Email Joette@ballooncoach.com with any questions you may have.      

Packing List for FLOAT Balloon Convention 2019

Packing List for FLOAT Balloon Convention 2019!

  I am really looking forward to FLOAT 2019!   FLOAT is my favorite balloon convention! I met the founding producer of FLOAT, Steven Jones, at a large group build he hosted prior to creating FLOAT called Balloon Town in Ohio. The experience was full of learning new things and meeting wonderful people whose work I had seen online on Balloonhq (the place we used to go for online connections before Facebook was created…YES to those of you who are much younger than I…there was a time Facebook did not exist!) I missed the first FLOAT in 2008 due to a schedule conflict, but have been to every FLOAT since! From participant, to competitor to instructor and 2019 will be my third year as a sponsor for FLOAT! Come by the BalloonCoach.com booth in the vendor room on Monday and Tuesday from 11:30 am to 6 pm. I’d love to meet you in person and give you a small gift if you tell me you read this blog! A couple of the things that I enjoy about FLOAT are:
  • The variety of balloon manufacturers and vendors all under one roof! That is real life…using products and balloons from multiple places.
  • Spending time with balloon professionals around the world to see the similarities and differences in business around the world.
  • Great content for social media. Take a lot of photos and share that you are at an international event learning from the top instructors in the industry!
  • Many people do not realize our industry is an industry, so when I share that I’m taking courses from companies around the world it shows that I take my business seriously.
  • Building a network with other balloon professionals that I can reach out to when feeling frustrated, burnt out or needing help. FLOAT feels like a Family Reunion!
  • Get a boost of energy to keep growing my business and increase my motivation.
  • Increasing my knowledge. No mater if the class I attend is an instructor that I have heard before or even a subject I teach on, I always walk away with a golden nugget of information, it might be something I learned in the past but have not put into play in my business yet to a brand new idea that makes me more efficient or more profitable.
CLICK HERE for the online 2019 FLOAT convention guide you will get it in print at Registration of FLOAT. Packing and Prep List for FLOAT
  • Positive mental attitude
  • Smile and a good handshake
  • Check what the size and weight requirements are for suitcases from your airline
  • Put suit cases out a week in advance and start packing early so you are not totally rushed at the end.
  • Hotel and air reservation typed into calendar (AND printed out if needed)
  • Go to the FLOAT facebook page, on your phone and go to the post from January 11, 2019 with the updated schedule. It is a nice graph for each day Sat -Wednesday. SAVE each day of the calendar onto your phone photos so you can easily access the schedule on your phone while you are at FLOAT!
  • Delete photos from phone and tablet, camera or purchase additional cards to have room for over 1,000 photos!
  • Pack a lot of business cards! You are meeting hundreds of new people it’s great to share cards to network after event. Seriously 450 people will be there – bring lots of cards!
  • Portfolio or marketing materials that you may share during conversation to get ideas from others on improvements you can make
  • Bring a special baggie or container (pencil pouch from the dollar store!) or ladies even a cosmetic bag to put all the business cards in of the people you meet.
  • Pack your POWER CORD for all electronics (WBC 2012 Jani Blocker was nice enough to buy me a universal power cord when I left my laptop cord at home – not cheap!)
  • Pack an extension cord with multiple plugs! They come in handy in your hotel room since we all have so many electronics! Make sure it is 3 prong, 3 plug end or power strip
  • If you have a back up power pack or battery for your phone – bring all you have as you spend full days away from a power plug!
  • Hand held luggage scale you can purchase at Walmart or online, helps from extra fees at check in at your flight.
  • Chap Stick (the air is dry in St.Louis in the hotel..heater will be on due to cold outside)
  • Hand lotion
  • Jacket or sweater
  • If you plan to go site seeing or to grocery store or out to meals a winter coat, gloves, hat etc it’s going to be COLD.
  • Logo clothing to show off your brand
  • Backpack or day bag to keep your notebook, notes etc in from class to class
  • ORANGE clothes or accessories for Sunday night Kick off party! You will see some fun and wild orange costumes, wigs, boas to simple orange t-shirt. Trust me you want to wear something orange to this fun kick off event to show your FLOAT spirit!
  • Clothing for the Wednesday night Designer Awards Gala, theme “The Magical Garden” wear something Green, it can be your jewelry or accent piece
  • Ladies will be in fancy pant suits to elegant gowns.
  • Gentleman will be wearing suits and some even a tux…so dress your best
  • At least 1 Pair of scissors in your checked luggage for jams and hands on classes.
  • Hand pump for jams and hands on class
  • Vitamins or Emergen-C! Typically you get lack of sleep and you are hanging out with about 800 people so keeping healthy is key!
  • Notebook, it’s nice to have extra pad of paper for notes
  • Pens – easy to lose a pen or run out of ink
  • Highlighter if you like to highlight notes during class
  • Gum/Mints
  • Travel cup, water bottle or money to buy one to have beverages in class and in your room
  • Travel Kleenex
  • Nail clippers and file, with all the balloon work you are bound to break a nail!
  • Static spray (heat will be on in hotel)
  • Swimsuit there is an indoor pool and hot tub at the host hotel.
  • FILES for the weeks events. If you are running crews while you are away and plan to be in touch with your crew. Email the information to yourself if you wish to review.
  • $$$$ You will want to have some cash and credit cards ready for meals and purchasing items from vendors on Monday and Tuesday , stop by and see me at the BalloonCoach.com booth!
  • IF at all possible plan for a full 8 hours of sleep night before your flight. Once you get to FLOAT it is easy to lose track of time and be up in the lobby talking to a new friend til all hours of the night and morning!
  • Favorite granola bars, nuts, dried fruit etc. as many times you don’t take time to eat because you are visiting with people, good to keep your energy level up.
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • If you have a BalloonCoach T-shirt, Bag or Button from Past event please bring with you. Wear your BalloonCoach T-shirt on Monday! Thank you!
  TIPS While at Convention Make friends with someone who has a car or split taxi or Uber cost and run to a store to grab snacks and food for your room to reduce food cost. Volunteer to work on the hands on builds, teacher prep, or competition teams to learn new techniques and make new friends. NO EXPERIENCE needed to help with group builds -just find out where they are going on at and jump in and help! Be proud to say “Hey, I helped make that and I know with confidence I can recreate it for my client” When meeting new people that you do not want to forget take a photo of them with their name tag up by their face, this way when you return home and your memory is mush from meeting hundreds of new people you will easily be able to reference back to who is who! 2014-03-28 21.13.42 2014-03-28 21.13.47   Brenda Eng and Pearlyn Tam from Singapore After meeting at WBC they then came back to the USA for FLOAT 2014, and then WBC 2016, I enjoy spending time with people from around the world that share my passion for the Balloon Industry! Lots of fun memories are about to be created!           Eat meals with different people. It’s great to see old friends, but make some new ones too! IF you are not an outgoing person,and have a hard time meeting new people, relax and say hello! Send me a PM on Facebook Joette Meyers Giardina and I’ll be glad to introduce you to people! Networking is one of the main reasons I attend conventions. YES I want to learn from the classes. But the friendships I have made over the years from conventions have been my support system to grow my company and lead to many wonderful travels. *** Remember, lots of business cards!***   Show your support for the event you are attending.
  • Post on Social media you are attending the event (let your customers know you are continuing your education)
  • Purchase items from those folks at the vendor showcase, No, you can’t purchase everything. But realize the reason people are selling items is to help make back the money they invested in the event. I do my best to support distributors that attend conventions and that provide education for the industry (something to think of next time you go to look for who to buy your balloons from)
  • Post thank you messages, and send a note of thanks to the company or people who organize the event you attend.
  • Give your honest feedback on what you liked and what can be improved in the future
  • Putting on a convention is a huge undertaking. Take time to thank the producers, staff, instructors and sponsors.
  • As you post photos in the future of jobs you land, or increased income from classes you take give a shout out to the teachers and event you learned from
If you have a ticket to FLOAT you are invited to join Liz Romani and I on Tuesday, January 29th at the lunch break, at the hotel for a special Lunch, Learn & Profit Presentation. Liz shares how she grew her balloon sales from $9,000 a year to over $100,000 a year in 3 years by taking action on what she learned at FLOAT and Promotions & Profits workshops. Cost is just $50 to cover the cost of the Hotel Catering the Southwest Buffett in the convention area. The Learn part is sponsored by BalloonCoach.com you will get a workbook plus a follow up webinar on February 11 th at 9 pm EST to help you stay focused on your goals after returning home. We forget 90% of what we learn if we do not take action on it…this program will assist you in making the most of your investment in FLOAT Grab your ticket today while supplies last! click here to reserve your seat! Your name will be on a list as you check into the lunch..you do not have to bring “a ticket”   Your Partner in Success,           Joette Giardina, CBA Mentor. Motivator. Speaker. Join us in Orlando for Promotions & Profits Retreat Orlando November 11 – 15 2019 Purchase your 1/2 price ticket by January 31st – payment plans available. Learn online 24/7 from anywhere in the world at BalloonCoach.com Email Joette@ballooncoach.com with any questions you may have.  

Balloon Business End of Year Review Tips

Balloon Business End of Year Review Tips It’s the end of the year and our news feeds start getting filled with messages to purchase planners and goal setting systems. TV commercials talk about New Year’s Resolutions, and fitness centers have special promotions for kicking off the New Year with a “New You”! There is something magical about the start of a new year, that we can make something NEW happen in the next year. To create NEW things for our business it’s important to REVIEW last year. I recently attended a local training with business owners here in Lakeland Florida with 2 people who had been trained by John Maxwell. They shared that each year John Maxwell takes a full week (the week of Christmas) to review his calendar from the previous year and make a plan for the next year. He takes notes and figures out the things he wants to start, stop, continue and change for the following year. If you would like to have a copy of the full End of Year review worksheet – join our Balloon Boss Mastermind In my role as Balloon Coach, Your Partner in Success, I spend a lot of of time listening to podcasts from business leaders and reading blogs and business articles to help increase my knowledge of best business practices to support creative balloon business owners in having tools for success in the area that most of us struggle in – the business details. When I started in the balloon industry full time in 2003, I knew that I loved how balloons can transform a room and make any dream a reality. The magic of creating a space that when my client or a guest of the event walk in they say, “Wow, I can’t believe those are balloons!” But I did not have a full understanding of how to grow and run a successful business. In January of 2015, I started BalloonCoach.com to create the business resources I wished I would have had! This was a SCARY decision for me. For years, my husband had seen people in the balloon industry reaching out to me with emails and phone calls asking me how I had grown my business and stayed so busy. One day Brian stated, “If you are going to take that much time away from your business and your family to answer peoples questions, then you have to get paid for your time.” I thought to myself, “will people really pay for me to coach them?” Then I thought about how much I would of been willing to pay ANYONE to keep me from going through many of the struggles and challenges I have faced over the years in growing my business. For example, not knowing what resources were available to support business success. I knew how to find out how to create balloon decor, but it took a lot of trial and error and investment in business training to learn how to overcome price objections, how to network and market my balloon business, and how to use the internet wisely to grow a larger customer base. I had spent more hours and money than I can count going to business symposiums and networking events to increase my knowledge and confidence as a business owner. November of 2018 I watched my dreams come true as I held a sold out workshop with 75 attendees and 10 staff put on Promotions & Profits Retreat Orlando 2018. It was a magical experience hearing all the testimonies as people came up to me with big hugs, thanking me for putting on an event where they could have networking lunches to talk with the staff each day, and work hands on to create the professional photography for them to go home and market with. Click here to see a behind the scenes video from the event. I share this story with you because I stepped out in FEAR in January of 2015 to launch Balloon Coach, just like in December of 2003 when I stepped out of my fear and into my dream of becoming a full time Balloon Business Owner. If I would of listened to the doubts in my head, the doubts shared by family members and friends I would of never lived the amazing blessed life I have today because of balloons! In 2008, I assisted Melissa Vinson as she won Designer of the Year at Balloon Camp, and from that went with her on a trip to China to serve with an international team of Balloon Designers under Guido Verhoef for a balloon fashion show in Shanghai. That experience in China showed me the WORLD of balloons, and how creativity has no limits. Over the years I have invested thousands of dollars to learn from other balloon companies and in the process have made some of the best friends I have today. So what does this have to do with end of year review and setting your goals for the next year? I encourage you to DREAM BIG! To INVEST in your business and in yourself. Being a business owner is NOT the easy way to money. I believe that anything is possible if you write it down, take action and set up a support system to help you succeed. Are YOU ready to take action? Are you ready to make this next year Your Best Year Yet? If you answer YES, here are 5 steps you can take:
  • Review last year and decide what you want to Start, Stop, Continue & Change
  • Write your dreams down
  • Create a plan to make dreams reality
  • Create a support system to make them happen
  • Take action daily
I know owning a balloon business can be an amazing journey. I also know the road is not always easy. Many times I have wondered how I’m going to pay my electric bill, praying my clients payments would arrive before the bill is due. I know the struggle to find new clients, wondering how I can get new customers to purchase balloons. Wondering “who that magic contact is?” at the companies I want to work with. That is why I created our monthly Passport to Success Webinar program for people experiencing success to share their tips and hints with you, to help you grow your business quicker and easier than I did as you know what things to avoid and which activities to do to create the dreams you have. I grew Party People Events to a $150,000 a year business (it was at the level I needed to bring in half the income for our family expenses) In 2015, I sold the company to Johnathon Gerber, who has purchased several Balloon Businesses and put them all together. I now serve as the marketing director of Party People Events. We are a large company based in central Florida and will end 2018 with over $600,000 in sales. I know what it’s like to be on my own as a business owner, the struggles of when to hire staff, and now experience what it is like to be a team player of a larger company. No matter what your goals and struggles are I would enjoy serving as your Partner in Success. If you want to have solid support in your business journey Balloon Boss Mastermind puts over $2,500 of online training at your finger tips 24/7.
As long as you stay current on your $97 a month membership investment you will have access to:
  • All the past Passport webinar replays since September of 2015
  • All of the Action plan Q & A replays
  • The LIVE webinars the 4th Tuesday of each month 9 pm Eastern Time
  • The LIVE Balloon Boss Mastermind Member Only calls the 1st Monday of each month at 9 pm Eastern Time.
  • Decor 101
  • Vision Board Class
  • Private Facebook group
If you have questions about any of our programs email Joette@ballooncoach.com TAKE ACTION and create your plan to make 2019 Your Best Year YET! When you write your goals down it is 42% more likely for your goals to become reality! Your Partner in Success,   Joette Giardina, CBA Mentor. Motivator. Speaker. Reserve your seat today Promotions & Profits Retreat Orlando, November 11-15 2019 Payment plans available – Early Bird Registration at 1/2 Price currently. Bonus Online training with sign up Jan 6 and June 2nd on Goal Setting and More! Register by Midnight 12/31/18 to have your name in Drawing to win Business Coaching with Stuart Davies, Balloons Beyond, Wales UK! “Step into the Balloon Coach Spa and Leadership Center Experience”  

Do You Want to Be a Balloon Boss?

Do you want to be a balloon boss? What do I define as a balloon boss? A person who looks at their balloon business as something that can run without them and generate money even when they are on vacation. My full time career in the balloon industry started in 2003 when I purchased an existing decor company in Lakeland, Florida. The previous owner of the company had a store front for several years and closed it when her lease doubled and she could not find another space to rent at a decent price. She moved the business back into her home to deliver balloon decor to her existing repeat clients. When I purchased the company, she had an assistant that worked with her on an as needed basis and let me know that having a second set of hands on a job is really helpful from time to time. Due to limited budget when I first started, my husband (a teacher) and my 4 year old daughter served as my crew! Over the years as I attended training on creating a business plan and how to grow a business to earn larger incomes, everything pointed to the fact that when most creative people stop working for “corporate america” and start their own business, they actually create a job that they spend double the time working to make half the amount of money they did at their “9-5” job. What is it that is missing that can make you a Balloon Boss? A team! It may sound scary to hire a support team or staff. The typical objections I hear from my coaching client: “I can’t trust anyone else to serve my customers like I do” “No one else can create the type of balloon design the way I do” “How do I know my employee won’t just leave and start up their own business” “I don’t know how to be a boss or lead other people” I UNDERSTAND, I have been there. What I know is if you do not choose to be a Balloon Boss and create a support team, if you get hurt, have to have surgery, go on a family vacation, a family member needs medical care YOUR BUSINESS STOPS GENERATING REVENUE and that is a stressful place to be! If this concept of being a Balloon Boss sounds like something you want to understand better – get on Amazon today and Order this book in audio or paperback. The Emyth Revisited by Michael E. Gerber Reading this book changed my entire thinking on how to run a business, how to guide my coaching clients and is full of concepts I wish I would of known in 2003 when I leaped into balloons full time. When I read the book I did it with a group of other balloon professionals and picked apart the pieces we needed to apply to our businesses.   I would love to hear from you as you read the book – in my facebook group Balloon Coach Community If you are not a part of that conversation yet, click the link and ask to join the group. We can share ideas and see different insights as you go. Starting January 7, each Monday will be our Book Club Conversations in balloon coach community to share your thoughts on the book.   Are you Ready to become a balloon boss but would like some support along the journey – a bit of a road map of how to get there from where you are? I know being a business owner can feel like a lonely journey at times. That is why BalloonCoach.com was created to provide you with the support and resources I wish I would of had at my fingertips. Due to demand, I have put together a training and support system to walk beside you on your journey without the cost of my one to one coaching program. In Balloon Boss Mastermind you have access to over $2,500 of online training available to you 24 hours a day 7 days a week to give you guidance and training each step of your journey. A Marketing program to take you to the next level of your business and gain new contacts and clients when you take action. Support from Coach Joette and fellow Balloon Boss Mastermind Members in a private Facebook group, and Interaction with me LIVE in our monthly Mastermind Live Call. Check out Balloon Boss Mastermind today to feel connected and gain support to go after your dreams like a Balloon Boss!   Have a question or want to share a struggle you are having as you grow your balloon business? I would love to hear from you – email Joette@ballooncoach.com

Power of a Professional Network: How to Build Yours

Power of a Professional Network: How to Build Yours

When starting in the balloon industry in 2003, I had no idea that my interpersonal skills for building relationships with other people was going to be one of my keys to business growth. I have a background in adventure based counseling, outdoor education, social work, mental health, and in high school served as a peer counselor. Through those experiences some of the skills I gained that helped me grow my balloon business include: Listening skills, really listening to a conversation as an active participant, not just thinking about what I’m going to say next. Genuinely caring about others success – asking probing questions to find out about others needs and how I can help support and encourage them. Building lasting relationships. Over the years I have created relationships by connecting with people in networking meetings and experiencing the business journey together outside of meetings. If you are not a person who is comfortable in social settings, networking groups etc, I encourage you to: Work on developing those skills or hire a team member to be that person for you. Ways to build a Professional Network – inside the events industry and out: Join a local professional organization:
  • Chamber in a city you wish to service
  • SCORE
  • American Business Women’s Association, ABWA
  • National Association of Women Business Owners, NAWBO
  • International Live Events Association, ILEA
Over the years, Party People has grown the client base that we serve based on our relationships with businesses in need of our services, as well as relationships with vendors in the events industry. We are known for providing beautiful decor and excellent customer service. By focusing on excellence and being easy to work with, vendors then refer us to their clients based on our reputation and strong relationships. Our top paying clients have come from referrals and relationships with event planners and other vendors in the industry. Building relationships does not happen overnight. It takes time to AGE just like “fine wine”. Do not expect that everyone you meet will immediately start referring you. If you are new to the industry GROW YOUR BALLOON SKILLS. You need to be able to provide professional decor – for people to want to work with you. Hands on training or online training and practice are the top two ways to grow your skills. The style photo shoot below was part of the Balloon Coach Promotions & Profits Orlando Retreat 2018. The decor created in class by Cody Williams, of Cody’s Red Balloons and the 75 attendees of the workshop. The models were provided by one of my Event Planner “Friendors”. The DJ and lighting another “Friendor”. Both of their companies refer business to Party People Events, and we refer to them – this is the POWER of networking and building relationships. People do business with people they KNOW, LIKE & TRUST Invest your time to make this happen.   UNSURE what route is best for you and want some support in this process? Do you feel alone in making your business decisions and wish you had support? Become a member of our Balloon Boss Mastermind:
  • Access to over $2,500 of online training
  • All the replays from Passport to Success webinars started Sept 2015, learning from businesses around the world.
  • 9 week onboarding program to help guide you in making local connections with a 10 – 20 minute video and then downloadable notes
  • Membership in our Balloon Boss Mastermind secret Facebook group to share struggles and success.
  • Weekly marketing and decor tips
  • Support from Balloon Boss Joette to overcome obstacles
  • Monthly Live Mastermind Call, 9 pm Eastern the 1st Monday of each month.
  • Monthly access to the new Passport to Success Webinar 4th, Tuesday of Each mont
  • Access to the monthly Action plan follow up from the webinar.
  • Decor 101 tips and hints in creating and selling decor
Sound like just the type of support and education you have been looking for click here to check it out! THERE IS NOTHING like the POWER OF REFERRALS to make your business grow! Start building new relationships today!     Your Partner in Success,             Joette Giardina, CBA Mentor. Motivator. Speaker. Grab your seat today for Promotions & Profits Retreat Orlando 2019! November 11-15, 2019 Disney Springs Holiday Inn  

Your Balloon Business: Prepared for Family or Medical Emergency?

Your Balloon Business: Prepared for Family or Medical Emergency?

  I’m typing this blog to you from a hospital surgical waiting room. My husband just had gallbladder surgery after being in the hospital for 6 days. One of the key things that came to mind: “Are you prepared for your clients to still be served, if you were in my shoes?” I started in the balloon industry in 2003 and for the first several years I did as much of the business as I humanly could on my own. Often, my husband and daughter became not-so-willing helpers but supporters of my business and would work many evenings and weekends. Over time, I trained other people to work with me as needed and on days my husband had medical issues and would not be able to work.  I was thankful I had others who were trained and could pitch in. In January 2015, I sold my company to be able to work full time as Balloon Coach to support the balloon industry by creating new training opportunities for business owners. I still work as the Marketing Director and as-needed crew leader for Party People Events. I’m thankful to be a team member now rather than the sole proprietor of the company. In May 2015, on a busy event day, the principal from my husband’s school called to let me know he was having a heart attack while teaching and to meet him at hospital. I got in my van and called Johnathan Gerber to let him know the situation and that staff needed to grab supplies out of my vehicle, as I would not be at the events for that day. If I was the only worker for the event, I would have had to make a choice to either not be at the hospital for my husband or break two contracts and owe refunds to my clients. So put yourself in my shoes. What systems do you have in place to make sure your clients are served and money continues to be earned if you are not able to work? What would happen if you were the one with the medical emergency? Do you have someone who knows how to access your files? Does anyone know how to contact clients and be able to create the balloons and set the decor or fill in if you are an entertainer? If the answer is NO, here are some steps you can take to prepare:
  • Network with balloon professionals in your area that might be able to cover for you if needed.
  • Have your recipes, directions to venue, contact info and all details set in writing or in computer system to easily be accessed
  • If you don’t have an employee yet, have family member or friend trained to know how to find this info to pass onto another balloon pro
  • Start the process of having a part time or full time staff member who could step in and take care of the event for you.
  • Dream Big!! If the idea of having staff makes you nervous and you tend to be a bit of a “control freak” I encourage you to read the book The E-Myth Revisited. It has a great perspective on business and why many fail for not having business systems in place and share steps to put in place to grow.
Accidents and medical emergencies happen with no warning. Protect your business and clients by creating a plan now to be prepared. This is my husband’s 3rd hospital stay in the last 4 months. If I was running a balloon business on my own, my stress level would be through the roof and I would have disappointed clients. So, is your balloon business prepared for family or medical emergency? Team work makes the dream work. I encourage you to make a plan of who your support team can be for now and what you want it to look like in the future.  For more information on building a strong foundation for your business join us in our group coaching and online training program Balloon Boss Mastermind

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