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3 Reasons Why Bumper Cars Aren't Just for Kids

Last updated 6 years ago

Bumper cars have long been a staple of fairs and party events for decades. Today, they provide a valuable service for grown adults to smash into each other in a friendly, competitive atmosphere. Corporate events and bachelor parties alike are made even better with the addition of these wonderful machines.

 1.      Bumper cars are awesome. A bumper car is designed to allow human beings to crash into one another without the risk of injury to anything more severe than pride. And since the objective of these smash-up parties and events is to participate in as many collisions as possible, pride isn’t usually injured at all.

 2.      Bumper cars have a proud history. County fairs, parking lot carnivals, and amusement park standbys, bumper cars have provided fun for parties and events for years upon years for people of all ages. Typical bumper cars began by using electric power routed from a pole attached to the ceiling within a ride. Today, some cars don’t require the pole to the roof any longer and come in many shapes and sizes. More modern bumper cars run across conductive strips in the floor, receiving constant power while allowing crazy drivers to enjoy the bump and smash. Even better, some drivers wield lacrosse sticks and chuck whiffle balls at basketball goals. That’s where WhirlyBall comes in.

 3.      WhirlyBall is proudly awesome. As one of the most inventive applications of the bumper car today, WhirlyBall is a perfect part of any private party or corporate event. It makes for a great stress-reliever, teambuilding exercise, or excuse to smash into people under the guise of sports.

See what WhirlyBall is all about on our website. For your next bachelor party, team building exercise,  or reunion, schedule a great time with us. Call (773) 486-7777 to gear up for a smashing good time!


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