Open for Business: The Rainbow Balloon Company

Open for Business: The Rainbow Balloon Company



AS BRITTANY DECKER SHOWS US, SOME STILL BRING SMILES TO PEOPLE’S FACES. REPORTER: RAIN BLOW BALLOON COMPANY OPEN FOR BUSINESS. BRINGING CELEBRATION TO THE RIGHT SURPRISE REVEAL FOR JOSHUA’S SPECIAL DAY. >> IT’S THE BEST BIRTHDAY EVER! >> LIGHT SABER IN HIS FRONT YARD. WHICH CHILD DOESN’T WANT THIS TO HAPPEN? REPORTER: THE YARD ART DESIGNED AND CREATED BY THE RAINBOW BALLOON COMPANY. MORE SPECIFICALLY, BY TWO VERY TALENTED ARTISTS. >> WE CHOOSE TO USE BALLOONS AS A MEDIUM. REPORTER: NOW JESSICA AND MARY LOU ARE TWISTING THEIR BUSINESS MODEL TO SUPPORT CELEBRATIONS, EVEN IN QUARANTINE. >> SOME OF THE MOST FLEXIBLE THINGS YOU CAN USE. BUT THEY MAKE EVERYONE SMILE. JOURNALIST: ALSO FLEXIBLE — THEIR WILLINGNESS TO ADAPT. IN JANUARY, THE TWO COMPETED WITH THE BEST BALLOON ARTISTS IN THE WORLD. >> WE WON DESIGNER OF THE YEAR. CO-DESIGNERS OF THE YEAR. JOURNALIST: SHORTLY AFTER THE PANDEMIC FORCED BUSINESS OWNERS TO — BUSINESS OWNERS TO SHUT DOWN. >> WE THOUGHT, I DON’T KNOW HOW I WILL PAY MY BILLS. JOURNALIST: THE CHANGES HAVE NOT DEFLATED THEIR DETERMINATION. JESSICA AND MARY LOU SAY THEY ARE HUSTLERS AND — >> CELEBRATIONS ALWAYS DESERVE TO HAPPEN. JOURNALIST: SO THEIR BUSINESS MODEL IS TO DECORATE WITH LARGER THAN NATURAL BALLOONS AND PERSONALIZED MESSAGES FOR BIRTHDAYS, BIRTHDAYS, GRADUATES. >> CAN IT COME IN, PUT IT IN YOUR FRONT YARD AND WE’RE LEAVING. JOURNALIST: CREATING SMILES LIKE JOSHUA’S FOR

Open for Business: The Rainbow Balloon Company

WVTM 13 features businesses from our community trying to navigate the coronavirus pandemic. While many small businesses must remain closed for the time being, some business owners are finding other ways to generate income. Birmingham’s Rainbow Balloon Company typically thrives on decorating big events, but COVID-19 has forced women to celebrate with customers in a new way. Learn more about their extravagant garden displays in the video above!CONTACTWebsiteInstagram

WVTM 13 features businesses from our community trying to navigate the coronavirus pandemic. While many small businesses must remain closed for the time being, some business owners are finding other ways to generate income.

The Rainbow Balloon Company in Birmingham typically thrives on decorating big events, but COVID-19 has forced women to celebrate with customers in a new way. Learn more about their extravagant garden displays in the video above!

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