Bobbing for Apples

Bobbing for Apples

The tradition of bobbing for apples came from the celebration of Roman festivals. There was a day to honor Pomona, the Roman goddess of fruit and trees. The symbol of Pomona is the apple. Kids have enjoyed Bobbing for Apples for years and now we’ve come up with the human, inflated version.

2 Participants get harnesses up to a bungee cord and race each other to the center and grab as many apples as possible. The player with the most apples at the end of the game is the winner.

Dimensions 40'L x 10'W x 12'H
Cost for Additional Hour $20.00
Power Requirements (1) 12.0amp blower
Price:

$599.00


Rate for up to 8 hours

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