Today my daughter Claire filled her first official gig as a Balloon Distractions Entertainer at a local restaurant. At the end of the booking I drove over to take her home. Claire is 16, she’s working with Balloon Distractions in order to save up enough income to buy a used car. I’m not buying her a car, I want her to EARN it.
In this pic she’s making a flower for one of the restaurant workers at the PDQ in Wesley Chapel, I took the picture at the end of the shift.
Claire made some neat shapes and did a great job engaging with the customers at each table. I got to watch her at 3 tables and she was doing what comes naturally to any talkative extrovert; smiling at the guests, having a conversation and just being friendly in general. I was very proud of my little girl!
We can teach anyone how to twist balloons, but you CAN’T teach personality. I’ve known that Claire would be well suited for this since she was five years old, her success today confirmed that.
Over the last few years we’ve had over 5,000 outgoing folks join our team and benefit from our business model across the United States. We’ve focused on finding engaging and charming people and THEN teaching them how to twist 30 clever and original balloon shapes before we send them out to a restaurant.
Filling a gig with excellence is 25% about the balloons, and 75% about the conversation with the guest and the personality of the entertainer. When we interview applicants we look for that native charisma and charm that has to already be there before we add them to the team.
If you are talkative and extroverted you might be a great fit for our team!
If you would like to join us as an entertainer please go to this link and fill out this form: