Homecoming Balloon Tunnel Seattle

Homecoming Balloon Tunnel in Seattle, Washington

Create a dramatic entrance with a homecoming balloon tunnel. Why spend the money on expensive venues where keeping track of the students can be challenging? With dramatic balloon entrances, grand dance floor treatments, and awesome balloon drops, the students quickly forget their are “at school”.

Decorating for an in-house homecoming or prom is a great culmination project, requiring hours of planning, coordination, vendor relations, ticketing, crowd control, food and beverage calculations and traffic control. Real life problems that people are hired to solve every day.

We can work with students on design and execution of the balloon decorations. Students enjoy being a part of the planning process.  There is plenty of math this is used in determining number of balloons and helium required to do the job right.

Put the physics class to work calculating the how much mass and size of footprint is required to keep 8′ tall balloon columns from falling over when 40′ long string of pearl arches are attached to the top of the columns.  The number will amaze you.

Or how many balloons at a prescribed size are needed for a balloon net 40′ long and has a diameter of 5′? Balloons are round, remember.

Call today and we can work with school staff to turn the balloon decorations into a multi-disciplined school project.

 

 

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