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118 - 13x13 All American Jump


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All American 13x13

Get ready to celebrate the red, white, and blue with the 13x13 all-American themed jumper! This inflatable wonderland brings a patriotic burst of fun to any event or party. The vibrant colors of the American flag, combined with iconic stars and stripes, create a festive atmosphere that will make everyone feel like a true patriot.

Step inside this bouncy paradise and let the fun unfold! Kids can bounce, jump, and play to their heart's content, surrounded by the spirit of the USA. The all-American theme adds an extra dash of excitement, with images of fireworks, eagles, and Uncle Sam, creating an immersive experience that sparks imaginations. Whether they're pretending to be star-spangled superheroes or competing in friendly games, the all-American jumper offers endless possibilities for laughter and joy. So get ready to show off your best moves, enjoy the patriotic vibes, and make unforgettable memories in this lively, all-American extravaganza. Great for block parties, Memorial Day, Independence and Fourth of July events!

Who is this for? Kids of all ages.

How many at a time? 6-8

Basketball Hoop? 1

Safety Features: Giant mesh windows ensure visibility from all angles.

Setup Area: 17 L X 15 W X 12 H

Circuits: 1

Product Id: 118 - 13x13 All American

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All American Trivia
  1. The Fourth of July commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, while Memorial Day honors and remembers the men and women who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces.


  2. The original American flag, also known as the "Stars and Stripes," had 13 stars representing the 13 original colonies and 13 stripes representing the 13 British colonies that declared independence. This flag is a symbol of freedom and unity for Americans.


  3. Both holidays are often celebrated with outdoor activities such as picnics, barbecues, and parades, making them opportunities for families and communities to come together and enjoy each other's company.


  4. On Memorial Day, a National Moment of Remembrance is observed at 3:00 PM local time, during which Americans are encouraged to pause for a minute of silence to honor and remember the sacrifices of fallen soldiers.


  5. Fireworks are a traditional part of Fourth of July celebrations, dating back to the first anniversary of independence in 1777. However, fireworks are not typically associated with Memorial Day, as it is a day of reflection and remembrance rather than festivities.


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