Rental Agreement, Release and Acknowledgement of Risk

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                  Rental Agreement, Release and Acknowledgement of Risk

In consideration of the use by the Lessee of the Leased Property described below, and for and in
consideration of the payment by the Lessee to “LRJ Jumps”. (hereinafter referred to as
“Lessor”), and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and adequacy of which is
hereby acknowledged, the Lessor and Lessee, each intending to be legally bound, agree as
follows:

    1. Lessor agrees to deliver to Lessee the leased property described below at the approximate
       times specified. Lessee hereby grants unto Lessor the right to enter said property to pick
       up and deliver the lease property. Lessee agree to indemnify, hold harmless and release
       Lessor from any damage resulting from the delivery, set up, use or removal of the leased
       property.

    2. The Lessee does hereby acknowledge that the activity to be engaged in through the
       Lessee’s rental of an inflatable, interactive amusement device brings with it both known
       and unanticipated risks to Lessee, Lessee’s guests and invitees. Those risks include, but
       are not limited to, falling, slipping, crashing, and colliding and could result in injury,
       illness, disease, emotional distress, death and/or property damage to Lessee, Lessee’s
       guests and invitees. Lessee further agrees to advise all guests, invitees, and users of the
       lease property of the risks described above prior to the delivery of the lease property by
       Lessor.

    3. The Lessee does hereby voluntarily release and agree to indemnify and hold harmless the
       Lessor, as well as the Lessor’s agents, employees or affiliates, from any and all liability,
       claims, demands, actions or rights of actions, whether personal to Lessee or to a third
       party which are related to, arise out of, or are in any way connected to Lessee’s rental of
       the lease property, including those allegedly attributable to negligent acts or omissions.
       Lessee further agrees to reimburse any reasonable attorney fees and costs which any be
       incurred by Lessor or Lessee’s agents, employees or affiliates in defense of any such
       liability claim, demands, actions or right of action.

    4. In the event the Lessee files a lawsuit against Lessor’s agents, employees, or affiliates, it
       is agreed that the substantive law of the State of California shall apply to such action.

    5. Lessee hereby acknowledges that the lease property may be an attraction to minor
       children and other persons. Lessee agrees to supervise the leased property and the use of
       the leased property at all times when the leased property is in the Lessee’s possession.
       Lessee also acknowledges that he or she has read and understands the “Rules” governing
       the use of the lease property, which is attached to this agreement. Lessee further agrees to
       advise all guests, users of the leased equipment and invitees of the aforementioned rules.
       Lessee further agrees to follow the aforementioned rules and to require all guests, users
       and invitees of the leased equipment to follow these rules at all time.

    6. Lessee hereby acknowledges that he or she has sufficient homeowner’s insurance, tenant
       insurance, or other liability insurance to cover any bodily injury or property damage,
       which might result to me, my guests, or invitees from the use of the lease property or the
       pickup and delivery of the leased property.

    7. Lessee agrees that in the event that any portion of this agreement is deemed by a Court of
       competent jurisdiction to be void or unenforceable, the validity of the remainder of the
       agreement will not be affected in any way.
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8. Lessee acknowledges and certifies that he or she has had sufficient opportunity to read
   this entire agreement and the attached “Rules,” that the lessee has executed this document
   freely, intelligently and without duress of any kind and that the Lessee agrees to be bound
   by its terms.



____________________________________                                 __________________
Signature                                                            Date



____________________________________                                 __________________
If under 18, signature of parent or guardian                         Date




____________________________________
Drivers License or Identification Number
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                                RULES FOR BOUNCE HOUSES

   SAFETY FIRST - Read and follow all posted / provided safety rules as you are responsible
   for safe operation and hold harmless “LRJ Jumps” thereof.

   CHILDREN MUST BE SUPERVISED AT ALL TIMES.

   SPECIFIC RULES TO FOLLOW:

   1. Compatible age groups must play on unit at the same time. Age groups must not be
      mixed. Different sized children must not be mixed.

   2. The inflatable unit should not be operated if winds exceed 25 mph or in rain or lightning
      conditions.

   3. The maximum number of children allowed in the standard 13x13 or 15x15 bounce house
      is: (for 15x15 units add 2 more kids and 1 adult)

       Ages 2 to 8 …….. 8 children maximum
       Ages 9 to 13 …… 6 children maximum
       Ages 14 to 17 …… 4 children maximum
       Adults . . . . . . . . . . 3 maximum

   4. NO SHOES - do not were shoes while in/on Jumpers or Slides.
       NO SHARP OBJECTS - Make sure no sharp objects in or on clothing.
       NO EYE GLASSES - Do not wear eye glasses in/on Jumpers or Slides.
       All persons must remove shoes, glasses, jewelry, and anything else that may harm the
       bounce house or other users of the bounce house or anyone in door around the bounce
       house.

   5. No flips, somersaults or horseplay. The operator must strictly enforce the rules posted on
      the warning sign and on this contract.

   6. No food, drink, silly string or gum inside or near (within 10 feet) of the bounce house. If
      this occurs there will be a $100.00 cleaning fee charges to clean food and drink residue
      from the bounce house.

   7. We do not give discounts or refunds due to weather or if not used

   8. Please do not cut the plastic ties on the front of the bounce house.

   9. Please do not tape or fasten anything on the bounce house.

   10. All rentals to be picked up by 6:00 p.m.unless multiple day(s) rented. Day Rental equals
       8 Hours time and 1/2 day rental is only 4 hours time.   $20.00 per hour charge for time
       extension.

   11. ½ Day rentals from 8am to 12pm (1 st half).    2pm to 6pm (2nd half) ONLY. ½ day
       rentals available on Saturday and Sunday only.

Customers are responsible for any licensing or permits required for event.

Equipment and supplies should be checked BEFORE and AFTER use for shortage or damage.
Notify “LRJ Jumps” immediately for repair or replacement. No claims can be honored after the
event.
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Charges will be imposed to repair or replace items due to abuse, loss, misuse, overload,
negligence, or dirty equipment.

All prices are for time out on rental whether used or not.

Deposits required. Rentals require payment in advance of $50.00 per unit to reserve.

Rentals by Cash or Money Order - NO PERSONAL CHECKS.

CANCELLATION POLICY
Deposits are NONREFUNDABLE

    SHOULD THE BOUNCE HOUSE BEGIN TO DEFLATE OR ANY OTHER
    EMERGENCIES:

    Emergencies can arise for various reasons. The following are a few examples of
    emergencies and how they can be handled. This is strictly a guide. Please use
    common sense when an emergency occurs.

    Loss of Electrical Power: When a loss of power occurs the inflatable will slowly
    start to deflate.
    Remain Calm! You will have sufficient time to help the riders to quickly and safely
    exit the ride. This situation tends to cause panic. . .unless the operator stays calm and
    relaxed. Talk calmly to those inside telling them not to panic while you’re helping
    them walk out.
    Check to see if the blowers have come unplugged or the cords are unplugged from the
    outlet. If so, plug them back in and the ride will re-inflate. Do not leave the ride
    unattended to check on any problem. Empty the ride and then address the issue.
    If the bounce house deflates and entrance is not found, please advice the children not to
    panic, to find the square on the roof, push it out and exit the bounce house.

    Weather: Bad weather can arrive in the form of rain, lightning or strong wind. In each case
    you want to evacuate the ride as quickly and safely as possible.
    Remain Calm! If you panic, your riders may also panic. Stay calm and stay focused on your
    job, which is to help your riders exit the ride quickly, but in an orderly fashion. After
    everyone has exited the ride, deflate the ride by turning off the blower and moving them to a
    dry location.

    Damage: If the ride becomes damaged while in your operation, take the following steps.
    If the ride is ripped or otherwise begins to lose air, assist all riders from the ride and deflate it.
    Write down what happened, when, and any other details you observed and turn this report in
    to “LRJ Jumps”..

    Should the bounce house deflate, or if you experienced any other problems with the
    equipment, please call or page the “LRJ Jumps” representative at the following phone
    number (909)225-4764 before allowing or engaging in further use of the bounce
    house. Do not leave the ride unattended
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                                  RULES FOR SLIDE

CHILDREN MUST BE SUPERVISED AT ALL TIMES.
Please read the list to all children using the giant slide.

1. No more than 3 adults or 5 children on the Slide at the same time

2. Only 1 person going down the Slide at a time

3. No Doubles and No Racing.

4. All persons must remove shoes, glasses, jewelry, and anything else that may harm
   the Slide or other users of the Slide, or anyone on or around the Slide.

5. No flips, somersaults, or horseplay.

6. No food or drink on or near (within 10 feet) of the Slide. If this occurs there will
   be a $100.00 cleaning fee charged to clean food and drink residue from the Slide.

7. Please DO NOT open air hatches located on the front and rear of the Slide.

8. Please do not tape or fasten anything to the Slide.

9. No playing in or around Ropes or Stakes of the Slide.

10. There needs to be 2 adults supervising slide at all times. If unable to provide
    supervision, “LRJ Jumps” can provide supervision for additional labor fee.

SHOULD THE SLIDE BEGIN TO DEFLATE OR ANY OTHER
EMERGENCIES:
Emergencies can arise for various reasons. The following are a few examples of
emergencies and how they can be handled. This is strictly a guide. Please use
common sense when an emergency occurs.

Loss of Electrical Power: When a loss of power occurs the inflatable will slowly
start to deflate.
Remain Calm! You will have sufficient time to help the riders to quickly and safely
exit the ride. This situation tends to cause panic. . .unless the operator stays calm and
relaxed. Talk calmly to those inside telling them not to panic while you’re helping
them walk out.
Check to see if the blowers have come unplugged or the cords are unplugged from the
outlet. If so, plug them back in and the ride will re-inflate. Do not leave the ride
unattended to check on any problem. Empty the ride and then address the issue.
If the slide begins to deflate, inform the children to slide down the unit and exit it
as quickly as possible. Do not leave ride unattended!
Weather: Bad weather can arrive in the form of rain, lightning or strong wind. In each case
you want to evacuate the ride as quickly and safely as possible.
Remain Calm! If you panic, your riders may also panic. Stay calm and stay focused on your
job, which is to help your riders exit the ride quickly, but in an orderly fashion. After
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everyone has exited the ride, deflate the ride by turning off the blower and moving them to a
dry location.

Damage: If the ride becomes damaged while in your operation, take the following steps.
If the ride is ripped or otherwise begins to lose air, assist all riders from the ride and deflate it.
Write down what happened, when, and any other details you observed and turn this report in
to “LRJ Jumps”..

Should the slide deflate, or if you experience any problems with the equipment,
please call or page “LRJ Jumps” representative at the following phone number
(909)225-4764 before allowing or engaging in further use of the bounce house.