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by:KK INFLATABLE      2020-06-06
CAMBRIDGE —
Steve Falco hangs on a cliff and is hit by a paintball, it\'s all about making money. Now the 37-year-
The old entrepreneur is turning his talents to another kind of leisure. time pursuit.
The Cambridge native has launched Grand River inflatable toys to bring bodyguards, slides, monster trucks, obstacle classes, biowu pits and more to schools, churches, birthday parties and corporate events.
Inflation is now his friend, not his enemy.
When Falco teamed up with St Nancy Schappert last winter, the Glendale inflatable toy began to exist
Catharines residents have been operating Niagara inflators in the area for the past nine years.
Falco who started rock
The rock climbing business eight years ago, the paintball business four years ago, has met Schappert in various leisure activities over the years.
The two decided to have the opportunity to open an inflatable toy business in this area.
\"In the past year, we have just decided to put everything together.
Let\'s come up with a new identity that suits our region.
That\'s why we came up with the Grand River, \"Falco said in an interview at the storage facility on Franklin Avenue, where he kept a lot of inflatable equipment.
Although the couple are in common
Owner, Falco operates for one day-to-
When Schappert joined as an investor, his day-to-day business was over.
When he started extreme climbing in 2003, Falco often set up his climbing wall and bungee jumping trampoline next to inflatable games and equipment.
They are sometimes dirty, glued or untidy.
He was not impressed.
Until he met Schappert.
She\'s new and clean.
College students working in summer.
\"This gives me a completely different picture,\" he said, explaining what the inflatable business might look like.
In the past winter, the two spent a lot of time planning new businesses to prepare for the spring season.
They sent brochures to schools, spent money on a new website, and made contacts with companies and community groups to find out about the big river inflatable toys.
On November, they visited the annual trade show of the Florida International Amusement Park Association, which gave them the latest inflatable equipment.
Falco\'s goal has always been to run his own company while having fun doing so.
While still studying at Glenview Park Middle School, he started working at his father\'s rendering company and then continued to work for his uncle\'s headhunting company.
He saw a rock ad one day.
Climb the wall in magazines.
He started calling potential clients and within a day the two companies called him back.
Six weeks later, he picked up his first stone on his way to Utah --
Climb the wall from the manufacturer.
He kept his headhunting job for the first few years, but now the leisure and entertainment ambassador has spent all his energy on Big River inflatable toys and rocks
Climbing and paintball adventures.
Big River inflatable play with five
The staff in the busy warm
Weather months, but in special events such as Canada Day at Cambridge Riverside Park, there are up to 20 staff members.
The busiest times are June and September, But Falco aims to provide indoor business for schools, churches, companies and shopping centers in the winter.
Car dealers have even known, he said, that they will remove the vehicle and introduce inflators for special activities.
While local school boards currently ban the use of large inflatable devices in schools due to safety reasons, Falco says he has a lot of other safe indoor games to keep students happy.
When fully inflated, he says, his monster truck is about 30 feet high, so it is essential to hold its property to the ground.
Elsewhere, he says, people have been taken away by slides blowing on the road or inflatable devices blown by a gust of wind.
Falco said he and Schappert are expected to recover their initial venture capital by the end of next year so far.
Within five years, they want to expand their business four times and grow to areas such as London, Strathford and Hanover.
Chowitt @ township enterprises.
Address: 9 Juliana Kerry.
Cambridge, Ontario. No.
Number of employees: 5 website: www.
Grandpa\'s inflatable toycom. Phone: 519-957-9731. CAMBRIDGE —
Steve Falco hangs on a cliff and is hit by a paintball, it\'s all about making money. Now the 37-year-
The old entrepreneur is turning his talents to another kind of leisure. time pursuit.
The Cambridge native has launched Grand River inflatable toys to bring bodyguards, slides, monster trucks, obstacle classes, biowu pits and more to schools, churches, birthday parties and corporate events.
Inflation is now his friend, not his enemy.
When Falco teamed up with St Nancy Schappert last winter, the Glendale inflatable toy began to exist
Catharines residents have been operating Niagara inflators in the area for the past nine years.
Falco who started rock
The rock climbing business eight years ago, the paintball business four years ago, has met Schappert in various leisure activities over the years.
The two decided to have the opportunity to open an inflatable toy business in this area.
\"In the past year, we have just decided to put everything together.
Let\'s come up with a new identity that suits our region.
That\'s why we came up with the Grand River, \"Falco said in an interview at the storage facility on Franklin Avenue, where he kept a lot of inflatable equipment.
Although the couple are in common
Owner, Falco operates for one day-to-
When Schappert joined as an investor, his day-to-day business was over.
When he started extreme climbing in 2003, Falco often set up his climbing wall and bungee jumping trampoline next to inflatable games and equipment.
They are sometimes dirty, glued or untidy.
He was not impressed.
Until he met Schappert.
She\'s new and clean.
College students working in summer.
\"This gives me a completely different picture,\" he said, explaining what the inflatable business might look like.
In the past winter, the two spent a lot of time planning new businesses to prepare for the spring season.
They sent brochures to schools, spent money on a new website, and made contacts with companies and community groups to find out about the big river inflatable toys.
On November, they visited the annual trade show of the Florida International Amusement Park Association, which gave them the latest inflatable equipment.
Falco\'s goal has always been to run his own company while having fun doing so.
While still studying at Glenview Park Middle School, he started working at his father\'s rendering company and then continued to work for his uncle\'s headhunting company.
He saw a rock ad one day.
Climb the wall in magazines.
He started calling potential clients and within a day the two companies called him back.
Six weeks later, he picked up his first stone on his way to Utah --
Climb the wall from the manufacturer.
He kept his headhunting job for the first few years, but now the leisure and entertainment ambassador has spent all his energy on Big River inflatable toys and rocks
Climbing and paintball adventures.
Big River inflatable play with five
The staff in the busy warm
Weather months, but in special events such as Canada Day at Cambridge Riverside Park, there are up to 20 staff members.
The busiest times are June and September, But Falco aims to provide indoor business for schools, churches, companies and shopping centers in the winter.
Car dealers have even known, he said, that they will remove the vehicle and introduce inflators for special activities.
While local school boards currently ban the use of large inflatable devices in schools due to safety reasons, Falco says he has a lot of other safe indoor games to keep students happy.
When fully inflated, he says, his monster truck is about 30 feet high, so it is essential to hold its property to the ground.
Elsewhere, he says, people have been taken away by slides blowing on the road or inflatable devices blown by a gust of wind.
Falco said he and Schappert are expected to recover their initial venture capital by the end of next year so far.
Within five years, they want to expand their business four times and grow to areas such as London, Strathford and Hanover.
Chowitt @ township enterprises.
Address: 9 Juliana Kerry.
Cambridge, Ontario. No.
Number of employees: 5 website: www.
Grandpa\'s inflatable toycom. Phone: 519-957-9731. CAMBRIDGE —
Steve Falco hangs on a cliff and is hit by a paintball, it\'s all about making money. Now the 37-year-
The old entrepreneur is turning his talents to another kind of leisure. time pursuit.
The Cambridge native has launched Grand River inflatable toys to bring bodyguards, slides, monster trucks, obstacle classes, biowu pits and more to schools, churches, birthday parties and corporate events.
Inflation is now his friend, not his enemy.
When Falco teamed up with St Nancy Schappert last winter, the Glendale inflatable toy began to exist
Catharines residents have been operating Niagara inflators in the area for the past nine years.
Falco who started rock
The rock climbing business eight years ago, the paintball business four years ago, has met Schappert in various leisure activities over the years.
The two decided to have the opportunity to open an inflatable toy business in this area.
\"In the past year, we have just decided to put everything together.
Let\'s come up with a new identity that suits our region.
That\'s why we came up with the Grand River, \"Falco said in an interview at the storage facility on Franklin Avenue, where he kept a lot of inflatable equipment.
Although the couple are in common
Owner, Falco operates for one day-to-
When Schappert joined as an investor, his day-to-day business was over.
When he started extreme climbing in 2003, Falco often set up his climbing wall and bungee jumping trampoline next to inflatable games and equipment.
They are sometimes dirty, glued or untidy.
He was not impressed.
Until he met Schappert.
She\'s new and clean.
College students working in summer.
\"This gives me a completely different picture,\" he said, explaining what the inflatable business might look like.
In the past winter, the two spent a lot of time planning new businesses to prepare for the spring season.
They sent brochures to schools, spent money on a new website, and made contacts with companies and community groups to find out about the big river inflatable toys.
On November, they visited the annual trade show of the Florida International Amusement Park Association, which gave them the latest inflatable equipment.
Falco\'s goal has always been to run his own company while having fun doing so.
While still studying at Glenview Park Middle School, he started working at his father\'s rendering company and then continued to work for his uncle\'s headhunting company.
He saw a rock ad one day.
Climb the wall in magazines.
He started calling potential clients and within a day the two companies called him back.
Six weeks later, he picked up his first stone on his way to Utah --
Climb the wall from the manufacturer.
He kept his headhunting job for the first few years, but now the leisure and entertainment ambassador has spent all his energy on Big River inflatable toys and rocks
Climbing and paintball adventures.
Big River inflatable play with five
The staff in the busy warm
Weather months, but in special events such as Canada Day at Cambridge Riverside Park, there are up to 20 staff members.
The busiest times are June and September, But Falco aims to provide indoor business for schools, churches, companies and shopping centers in the winter.
Car dealers have even known, he said, that they will remove the vehicle and introduce inflators for special activities.
While local school boards currently ban the use of large inflatable devices in schools due to safety reasons, Falco says he has a lot of other safe indoor games to keep students happy.
When fully inflated, he says, his monster truck is about 30 feet high, so it is essential to hold its property to the ground.
Elsewhere, he says, people have been taken away by slides blowing on the road or inflatable devices blown by a gust of wind.
Falco said he and Schappert are expected to recover their initial venture capital by the end of next year so far.
Within five years, they want to expand their business four times and grow to areas such as London, Strathford and Hanover.
Chowitt @ township enterprises.
Address: 9 Juliana Kerry.
Cambridge, Ontario. No.
Number of employees: 5 website: www.
Grandpa\'s inflatable toycom. Phone: 519-957-9731.
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