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Party rental business attracts more customers

Caleb Cagle hops around the Bounce House at the Hayden Farmers Market on Thursday, August 4, 2022. Cagle recently launched Sassquatch Party Rentals. Sassquatch Party Rentals rents out a number of attractions and is based in Hayden.
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Hayden resident Caleb Kegl started the summer with a new business that wanted to bring fun to Northwest Colorado with a number of inflatable attractions.

On Thursday, August 4th, Cagle set up the Bounce House to entertain kids visiting the Hayden Farmers Market.thisIt’s been a busy summer for Cagle, who started Sassquatch Party Rentals. We entertained our customers at events such as the Reggae Festival in Craig, a private event in Walden a few weeks ago, a Farmer’s Market in Hayden, and several events in Steamboat Springs.

“Entertainment. Any eventWe’re doing it, we have something for everyone,” said Kegl.I have a barbecue in my backyard and would like some entertainment.Got an inflatable ax throwing yard game. Whether it’s a graduation ceremony or a birthday party, there are attractions where all sorts of people gather. ”

Sasquatch Party Rentals opens July 18 with 7 attractions including 2 Bounce Houses, Dual Slide and Splash, 17-foot-tall dual water slides, Human Hamster Ball, Viking Ax Throwing Game and more. provided. He even has an inflatable tent with a mister to help make summer gatherings a little more fun.

He said some attractions are perfect for children’s parties, but Sasquatch has attractions for every gathering and every age.

“Look, I don’tI just want to focus on young people,” said Kegl. “I think adults will enjoy this stuff too. Slip and Splash and Hamster Ball and Jelly Ball. He has a blaster too. This one.It’s a combination of a nerf gun and paintball, with very little biodegradable ammo and less damage than paintball. ”

The business idea was that Cagle, who works intermittently as a raft guide, had just returned to Tennessee and had just opened a daycare and was looking for something to anchor his grand boat to his mother and her business partner. It was born when we were talking about ideas for Opening celebration.

Kegl told his mother that he should get a bounce house. She replied that she had tried, but it was impossible to find someone in the area who rented them, and perhaps he should consider opening a business.

Caleb Cagle sits on a slide in the bounce house he offers through Sassquatch Party Rentals at Hayden Farmer’s Market on Thursday, August 4, 2022. Cagle recently launched his Hayden-based Sassquatch Party Rentals.
John F. Russell/Steamboat Pilot & Today

Cagle has been a Steamboat resident since 2019 and has had a haunting conversation with his mother.

“I put it in my mind and couldn’tNever stop thinking about it,” said Kegl. “I started researching and found out that there is a trade show in Orlando, Florida, which is just a few hours drive away.”

So Kegl headed to Florida, saw what the trade fair had to offer, and kept thinking about starting his own business.

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“When I got there, I saw the type of future this business offered,” he said. There is, and I feel I can enter. It was a good step.”

So Sassquatch Party Rentals was born, but Cagle couldn’t escape his love for Northern Colorado and decided to move back to Hayden and open a company.

People can contact him through his business Website, SassquatchPartyRentals.comor if you’re interested, call 970-896-9399 and he’ll show up at your event to set up the attraction.

“It’s been busy for the most part,” Cagle said. “I willThere are several rentals taking place every weekend. ”