FEATURES
Letter from the President
You will be astounded at the many different items that you can put into balloons: flowers, stuffed animals, champagne bottles with glasses, food, clothing, jewelry, all types of themes, etc. You will be amazed at the number of vertical markets that afford Balloon Wrapping successes: county/state fairs, swap meets, craft shows, weddings / banquets, retail, decorating, and, of course, gift wrapping in stores, malls, and shopping centers. As a Balloon Wrapper you enjoy up to 80% profit margins. Read more...
 
Opportunity Knocks
by Yvonne Underwood
Wherever there are birthdays, holidays, parties and celebrations, there are people looking for last-minute gifts. To capitalize on that need, Balloon Wrap dealers offer these desperate shoppers a novel alternative: shiny, transparent balloons bearing gifts inside. What makes them irresistible to gift-givers, of course, is the fact that the gift is inside the balloon. It defies logic. It looks magic. And with a wholesale cost of about $1 per balloon, and retail price of $6.50 and up depending on the gift inside, it's one impulse item that has profit potential. Read More...
 
Balloons for Every Season
by Kathleen Mitchel
Judy Beaudoin deltly fords a dollar bill into accordian pleats, twists a tie around it, and fans it out to resemble a leaf. She wires the leaf to a silk flower, then places it next to a teddy bear sitting inside an inflated balloon. A small crowd gathers as Beaudoin places more pleated dollars around the bear, who sports a graduation cap with tassel and a bright yellow shirt which says "Congratulations." Read More...